OK! So Is Property ACTUALLY a Good Return

Local Housing Authority (LHA) tenants are a great way to mazimise the cashflow of a rental property. However if you dont get your investment right in the first place even this may not be the saviour some people imagine. In reading the IPD (Investment Property Databank) Report Julie noted that “Residential Property has represented the best real return to a December 2000 investment [against equities, bonds and commercial property] at every stage throughout the previous 9 years.” So how true is that? Is Property a good return? Can you buy any old property and get good cash flow with LHA tenants? Even if the answer is yes, why not maximise your cashflow further. In this interview Julie Hanson, Just Do Property, asks John Davies, Hedge Property Investment, exactly that, "Is Property A good vehicle for Investors?" Obviously we are all told it is a good vehicle for investors and John outlines...
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Vicky Pollard from Little Britain, your average LHA Client ... Right?

Generally speaking many landlords do not fully understand Local Housing Authority (LHA) clients and can have the view that they are just your Vicky Pollards from Little Britain. Also due to some stories of bad LHA Tenants, a lot of landlords will not consider LHA or social housing. Of course as with any tenant you need to do your homework and be careful, but the extra income and satisfaction can be great. In this video interview, Julie Hanson from Just Do property asks John Davies from Hedge Property Investment and LHA Network about Local Housing Authority and Social Housing tenants. If you would like to ask John a question click here
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Background to the Local Housing Authority (LHA - formerly DSS)

Hello, this is john Davies founder of Hedge Property Investment and the LHA Network. Many of you may have heard me speak at a number of the property events around the UK and therefore know that we try to help as many would-be and experienced investors alike succeed in the current housing market by providing up to the minute strategies, based on both ours and our clients’ real life experiences. Julie asked me to provide her readers with a background to the Local Housing Authority( formerly DSS ) tenant market place and I hope to do this through a number of articles and perhaps by answering questions you may have around this particular sector. To start here’s how we initially became involved; Back in February 2008 a family friend of mine who knew I had an interest in property, and is herself a senior member of a Local Housing Association, passed...
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