Buying property in Turkey

Some investors want to start off with buying properties close to home and some like to buy internationally. This all depends on the investor’s strategy and personal requirements. They may have a personal interest in having a holiday home abroad and of course making money at the same time is a good bonus.
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"Relief for thousands of landlords thanks to Court of Appeal Rule" says Landlord Action

The Court of Appeal’s decision that rent paid in advance does not count as a deposit in the long-running case of Johnson v Old, will bring much welcomed relief to hundreds of landlords, according to Landlord Action.
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Due Diligence made easy - free trial

I was recently chatting to Mark Barrow, whos the creator of the Property Investor Toolkit.   He has put together a great piece of software which helps you with your Due Diligence when investigating a property. I was very impressed, you can see more about in the presentation below.  It also includes a free trial, so you can see for yourself.  Click here for a the free trial   This will allow you to easily handle the entire due diligence process in a FRACTION OF THE NORMAL TIME! Property Investor Toolkit is an intuitive, user friendly software designed to help you quickly and easily evaluate all those hot property deals. Whether you are a seasoned investor with an established portfolio, or a beginner eager to get your dream of financial freedom through property started, Property Investor Toolkit is GUARANTEED to make the process easier, save you hours of valuable time and help...
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What makes a great investor? By Hazel de Kloe

This is a question I have asked myself frequently whilst working with the numerous and varied clients I have coached and mentored over the last 5 years in the field of property investment. The answer is multi-faceted and thought-provoking. Most of you will read this and common sense will very likely lead you to the same conclusions, although how many of us actually take stock every now and again to see where and how we may improve our abilities and increase our success rate? It takes a number of skills and traits to really ‘get it’, some of which are innate and some we have to learn over time and through experience.   The Right Formula The reason for asking this question and wanting to get to the bottom of it was to find the ‘right formula’ to pass on to others’, thus enabling them to be successful and progress...
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A Guide to Buying Property in Las Vegas

Buying real estate long-distance can be very intimidating, but knowing what you need and want in a property and forming a good strategic approach to ownership is the key to being successful.
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2012 Targets – Have you set them?

We hope you’re looking forward to Christmas and a bit of down time.  We always think of it as a good time to do some planning (as well as enjoying yourself)!  This sort of thing always goes to the bottom of the ‘To Do’ list in normal every-day life. However, it’s such an important thing to do. You know the old saying: “fail to plan, plan to fail”! 2011 Target We personally had a target to acquire 5 additional investment properties in 2011 and we almost achieved our target, we have almost bought 4! 1 is a multi let with a JV partner (great Cashflow). 1 is a lease option 2 bed house, 1 is a 3 bed apartment and we should complete this week on the 4th, which is a 2 bed tenanted property with a £230 net cashflow. We were happy that we’d almost achieved our goal for 2011. ...
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Landlord Action sees 11% rise in instructions against defaulting tenants

Landlord Action, a company specialising in tenant eviction, are starting to see the effects that rising unemployment and the increased cost of living are having on the rental sector as their number of instructions against defaulting tenants has risen by 11% year on year. A recent report from Templeton LPA suggested that although cases of severe rental arrears are up 13%, the impact of this has yet to filter through to landlords, with total buy-to-let mortgage arrears cases falling by 12% in the last year. However, Paul Shamplina, Founder of Landlord Action, believes that landlords are in fact feeling the increasing pressure on their finances as a result of defaulting tenants, but are simply less tolerant than they might previously have been which explains the rise in instructions seen by Landlord Action. Paul comments “Tenants are stuck in a catch twenty-two situation.  Lending criteria requiring large deposits has locked many...
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Landlord Action and Kate Faulkner team up for a seminar on the possibilities and pitfalls of buy to let

On Thursday 21st April 2011, Landlord Action, an organisation specialising in tenant eviction, and property expert and Director of Designs on Property, Kate Faulkner, will be joining forces to deliver a seminar on the possibilities and pitfalls of buy to let investments. The one day event will be held at the Holiday Inn, Kensington Forum, London.
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Would you like a £40K tax refund?

I blogged a couple of weeks ago about an incentive that the government has introduced to encourage us to buy more property (I like that!).  I recently interviewed the Directors of Global Cashflow, Julie Jackson and Lisa Matterson to find out more about it. (listen to the interview again here). Julie and Lisa explained that only 4% of eligible people have claimed for Capital Allowances. Surely this is like having the winning lottery ticket in your pocket but not claiming it! Does it sound too good to be true? – the government will give you money which is rightfully yours, and you only get charged a fee when you get the rebate– definitely sounds too good to be true! However, we have put some cases through and I wanted to update you on the results so far with a couple of examples: Case 1 Furnished Holiday Let Jointly owned property...
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Get the valuation you need!

Getting your property deal often seems like a succession of hurdles that the investor must go through including agreeing, negotiating and getting the finance. A further hurdle that is paramount to getting your deal is getting through the valuation and this is often an area where investors feel most out of control. Very few investors have attended more valuations than the new owner of Meet The Surveyor, Sonny Walia and his professional team. Many investors may know Sonny as the founder and previous owner of Meet The Surveyor or ‘MTS”. Sonny told us that he is proud to once again have sole ownership of MTS from January 2011. Here Sonny gives his top tips to get the valuation you need. What kind of supporting evidence do you suggest the buyer takes to support the value they feel the property is worth? My advice is to always take along “Sold” comparables in...
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Just Do Property WORKSHOP – Achieve Success in 2011 With Yvonne Emery Property Investment Coach

Are you motivated by property investment but feel like you’re not achieving what you could be? Do you know about some of the strategies but not sure if they still work in this current climate?
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The 7 GOLDEN rules of property investing....

I thought it would be useful to give you a short exerpt from Paul McFaddens Property Jumpstart training. Hope you enjoy it! The 7 Golden Rules of Property Investing By following the 7 simple golden rules, you will minimise the risk when investing in property. The following rules will ensure that you do not lose money by making bad investment decisions.... Research, research, research! Always do your due diligence! It is essential that you stick to your buying strategy and never deviate from it. By keeping this discipline you will always make good investments and minimise the risk. It is vital that you do enough research to ensure there is zero risk in the investment you are about to make. Stick to the basics! The key is to keep the fundamentals in mind at all times. Location, type of property, rental yield and so on. More on this as we go.......
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What constitutes a good ready made deal?

Heres a great article from Rob Hubbard our new Ready Made Deals Mentor. I often get asked by prospective new investor clients or novice investors the question “What constitutes a good ready made deal?” Therefore, this month I’m going to share with you some of the reasoning that I employ when seeking out potential deals. The thing is with property, each property is different, there is no such thing as “one size fit’s all” and it’s looking for the hidden potential that can make a deal good or even great. Why should you look at a ready made deal? Some investors have plenty of time on their hands although choose to invest in an area that is either not local to them or they are unfamiliar with. Other investors are ‘time poor’. Occasionally, Investors just choose to outsource the investigation works as they have no interest is finding property only owning...
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Property and Land in Brazil - Pros and Cons of Investing in Latin America’s Largest Country

The effects of the economic downturn on the global housing industry have bought into light the importance of analysing investment destinations from a broader and more detailed perspective. Despite the difficulties in marketplaces across the world, Brazil has continued to be publicised as a so-called ‘emerging’ country that offers investors solid and stable returns. However, as with any developing economy, risks do occur – many of which are not mentioned in the glossy sales brochures and marketing hype. So, is Brazil really the next global property hotspot?
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Will new ‘garden grabbing’ rules affect your land finding?

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="148" caption="Will new ‘garden grabbing’ rules affect your land finding?"][/caption] Whether you’re sourcing plots for your own developments or looking to generate quick five or six figure profits through planning gain ­– land finding is an essential skill in your property toolbox. However, because of recent policy changes brought in by the new Lib/Con Government, you may have become reluctant to get out there and source profitable development land. So let’s take a look at how the new rules affect you and your land finding… What are the new rules? Basically, the Government has changed the planning classification of gardens to tackle the so-called problem of ‘garden grabbing’. “What’s that?” you ask! Well, put simply, it’s the practice of developers snapping up back gardens and squeezing inappropriate properties onto the land, therefore spoiling the neighbourhood and upsetting local residents. In an effort to discourage this practice, the Planning...
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The Top 5 Mistakes Most Investors Make

"Lease Options in the UK are not worth the hype" [caption id="" align="alignright" width="148" caption="The Top 5 Mistakes Most Investors Make"][/caption] By Mark Jackson and Wendy Patton Wendy and I were recently discussing the feeding frenzy and excitement Options have created here over the last 12 months. This enthusiasm is contagious, like wildfire. Fire is friend as long as it serves. Its wise to build an Options portfolio at the right pace, in the right place and from the right stuff. Sandcastles are pretty until you have to live in them. So if you really want to build something lasting, rather than being caught on the crest of a wave, its good to consider your options carefully. That is what Wendy has done. The Top 5 Mistakes Most Investors Make 1. Letting Hunger Lead New investors just have to have that first deal. So did I. It cost me £8,000, and...
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11 Top Tips for Buying at Auction; Why buy a fractional ownership property?; Weeks Networking; News Roundup

    We are really pleased by the success of our Product of the Month, "Due Diligence in 15 minutes", mainly due to how it is helping our subscribers to better evaluate potential deals. Indeed we wouldnt evaluate a deal without it! If youve not yet had a look, see what others have to say: http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/due-diligence-in-15-minutes Weve also had an amazing response to our mini survey, if you havent yet responded please do, so that we can get the most accurate picture of you, our subscribers! Which category are you?   1 – Experienced Property Investors 2 - Active Property Investors with a small portfolio 3 – Aspirational Property Investorsie. Want to be in property but haven’t got started or are just getting started.   Why not become a member of our Priority Investment Club?  All you have to do is email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. giving your preferred areas of investment.  You will...
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Make sure your Buy to let investments stack up!

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="148" caption="Make sure your Buy to Let Investments Stack Up!"][/caption] One of the main benefits of investing in property is the significant capital gain you can make as your property rises in value over the long term. However, to benefit from the gain you need to make sure you can afford to hold the property in the meantime. Ideally you don’t want to have to support your property portfolio. Quite the opposite in fact! Your portfolio should support you financially. The rent you receive from your tenants should more than cover all the costs of ownership such that each month there is surplus cash profit left over for you to enjoy. Investors who lose money are often the ones who get it wrong because of cash flow. They can’t afford to hold their property and so have to sell which depending on the market conditions means they themselves...
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11 Top Tips for Buying at Auction

Buying a house at auction is easy when you know what you are doing but can prove costly if you don’t take some simple precautions. John Davies from Hedge Property Group gives some advice for anyone wanting to invest in property or just needs to grab a bargain 1. Plan your exit strategy – know what you’re going to do with the property 2. Visit the property with the valuer 3. Have the legal pack checked 4. Visit the local letting agent – Do your Due Diligence! (see http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/due-diligence-in-15-minutes for more help with this) 5. Choose the auctions wisely – sometimes going to the quieter auctions pays off 6. Never, ever bid first 7. Be careful of ‘off the wall bids’ 8. Bid when the auctioneer says “going once, going twice” – and watch other bidders, who’ve done their homework 9. When the auctioneer says “it’s in the room” that means...
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Mini survey results, Website of the Year, Due Diligence in 15 Minutes, Articles, Events and weekly news

First off a very big thank you to all who responded to our mini survey last month, its very interesting to know that we have 58% of people as Active Investors, 29% Experienced and 13% Aspirational. This will help us to ensure that we provide you the content relevant to you.If you didnt respond last week, please do so that we can get the most accurate picture of you, our subscribers! Which category are you? 1 – Experienced Property Investors 2 - Active Property Investors with a small portfolio 3 – Aspirational Property Investorsie. Want to be in property but haven’t got started or are just getting started. As you will see from the logo on the right we have been entered into the "Website of the Year" competition which we are REALLY excited and pleased about. Do tell thegoodwebguide.co.uk what you like about our site Updates Our Product of...
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