“We wish we’d done this 10 years ago” 
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by Chantelle Dietz
2M ago
Jonathan Smith lives in Saudi Arabia with his partner and children. He came across Property Hub Invest after listening to The Property Podcast. What motivated you to invest in UK property?   I’d tried other forms of investment, but I had reached a point where I felt I needed something more tangible. My partner’s sister had bought a property in a new development in Northampton and was already seeing an increase in its value, so I took the plunge and bought there too – with zero knowledge of property investment. I encountered a few issues during the purchase process which I could ..read more
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“This was the easiest purchase I’ve ever made” 
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by Chantelle Dietz
2M ago
Dan Riedo is a freelance podcast producer based in Hong Kong. He bought his first property through Property Hub Invest in 2023.  What motivated you to invest in UK property?  I was already investing in the UK property market before I left, and I wanted to continue building my portfolio for when I return.  Why did you choose to use Property Hub Invest?  I had bought a couple of properties while abroad, but it was such an effort. It took a lot of time and cost a significant amount of money for travel expenses like flights, trains, and hotels. After realising this, I decided t ..read more
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“Property Hub Invest offered me a one-stop-shop”
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by Chantelle Dietz
2M ago
Mary Vernazza, originally from London, now lives in Hong Kong. She works as an accountant and has a portfolio of six properties in the UK.  What motivated you to invest in the UK?  Having grown up in the UK, it felt like a natural investment choice due to its familiarity.   Why did you choose to use Property Hub Invest?  I was considering investing in property and read various books, including Rob Dix’s, which led me to Property Hub Invest. I appreciated the thorough initial chat with my portfolio manager in which I was reminded to consider my own personal goals, which was ..read more
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“It was my first property purchase”
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by Chantelle Dietz
2M ago
Daniel Grant Williams moved from South Wales to Beijing, China, in 2010. He bought his first buy-to-let via Property Hub Invest in 2023 and has since purchased another. What motivated you to invest in UK property? It helps diversify my portfolio as a steady long-term investment for retirement. Why did you choose to use Property Hub Invest?  The transparency of the investments and the additional support offered. I explored different companies, but they seemed to be more interested in pushing their preferred products than actually matching my expectations with what they have to offer. What ..read more
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The best books for property investors
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2M ago
Rob & Rob discuss their top reads for property investors – some of their choices might surprise you! The books featured can be purchased below: Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie Total Recall by Arnold Schwarzenegger The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco The Complete Guide to Property Investment by Rob Dix The post The best books for property investors appeared first on propertyhub.net ..read more
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Property investment goals: How to make success inevitable
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2M ago
Setting your property investment goals should be at the top of your to-do list. You might think that the biggest factor in determining your success in property is how well you can negotiate. Or your knowledge of construction, or the planning system. Or the ability to spot an opportunity to add value. Wrong, wrong and wrong again. From working with thousands of property investors, we know that the biggest predictor of success is setting good property investment goals and having a process to work towards them. By the end of this article, you’ll have four simple steps you can follow to ..read more
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Property accountant: How to find the right one
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2M ago
So you’re at the stage of your property investment journey where you need to find an accountant. It might sound like an easy task, but if you’re new to the property investment industry and have a lot on your plate, it can be a nightmare knowing the best property accountant to pick. That’s why we’re here to help make sure you know what to look out for – and what to avoid. Does your property accountant take an interest in your goals? It’s impossible for a property accountant to give good tax advice without knowing what you plan to do in the future, and what you want to get out of your property j ..read more
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Are property investment courses worth it?
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2M ago
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Property investment tips: 24 tips to make you a better investor
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2M ago
In conjunction with members of our community, we released a best-selling book called 100 Property Investment Tips. We’ve pulled out some of our favourites, to help you at every stage of the investment process. Get started 1. Invest in the fundamentals When choosing which area to invest in, you need to make sure it has a strong tenant demand – not just now but in the future. How can you do that? By looking at the “fundamentals” of each area. When assessing an area, look for the following: Shops – are they local and plentiful? Transport links – are there good road networks, train links and ..read more
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What’s the minimum deposit for a Buy-to-Let?
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2M ago
It’s a common question, what’s the minimum deposit for Buy-to-Let? Residential mortgages have become a lot more accessible, with 90% and even 95% LTV options now readily available – meaning buyers only need either a 10% or 5% deposit to get on the ladder. But Buy-to-L et mortgages work differently to normal ones. You’re going to need a bigger deposit, you’ll probably face higher fees and you’ll pay more interest. Before we look at what the minimum deposit is for a Buy-to-Let property, first things first… Are you eligible for a Buy-to-Let mortgage? The first thing you need t ..read more
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