Fantastic webinar with Mike Frisby

We hosted a fantastic webinar last night with Mike Frisby.  It was a very busy webinar and we were thrilled that so many of you managed to get on. The webinar (LHA and Rent 2 Rent - made simple) was presented by Mike and he gave out so much useful information.  I was astounded by how much profit Mike and his students were making from using his strategies. It was interesting to hear that the social housing market is worth £22bn in the UK. There has been a large increase in claims over the last 12 months. Mike discussed many of his strategies, including the 2 +2 strategy and the micro studio strategy.  You can make thousands more out of your portfolio using these strategies. One point that Mike made clear is that you need to be educated in these strategies properly before you go ahead.  Its very easy to...
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Are you looking to maximise your own portfolio?

Don’t have your own property but want to get into the property business? Have you allocated all your funds elsewhere but still want to make an income from property? If you answered yes to some or all of these questions – then you need to attend the live LHA and Rent 2 Rent – made simple webinar on Wednesday 16th September 2015 at 7pm. JOIN THE WEBINAR HERE This NO COST webinar is going to be hosted by us and presented by Mike Frisby.  Here is some information from Mike about Social Housing and rent to rent. I have long been considered an expert in the social housing market, where I uplift rents within my personal portfolio by about 33 – 90% AND Ive been running a successful rent 2 rent business now for 5/6 years. If you know or have met/heard of me, you will find, I’m an avid networker...
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Many more landlords using Section 21 Accelerated Proceedings this year

Since we started in 1999, which incidentally is also the year the accelerated Section 21 procedure was introduced, we have never had so many instructions from landlords and letting agents wishing to proceed to court to obtain possession orders under Section 21. Last year, there were 34,080 claims issued under the accelerated procedure, which was an all time high since its inception in 1999. I believe 2014 will be even higher. In quarter one of this year, there were 47,220 claims issued at court for standard procedures with hearing dates and accelerated Section 21s.  In quarter two, there were 38,509 claims issued. The total number of claims issued for all procedures in 2013 was 170,451. This was 20,000 more than in 2012. Recovering Possession This trend of more and more landlords opting to recover possession using the section 21 entitlement, where a hearing date is not required, is because most...
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The growth of generation rent

Anyone who likes to keep up to date with developments in the private rental sector (PRS) will no doubt be familiar with the phrase generation rent. This term has become commonplace in the industry in recent times and essentially refers to the growing number of young people who are living in rented accommodation rather than buying their own home.
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Will government plans to tackle the lack of affordable housing be enough?

The government has unveiled big new plans to get the housing sector back on track. A lack of affordable housing paired with a lack of substantial and sustained building and development has created a shortfall in availability whilst demand grows year on year. Under the plans, approximately 450,000 new homes will be built by 2015 and a great deal of these will be affordable housing. The plans aim to lend a much needed boost to an industry that has fallen to its lowest completion rate for decades, with investments and financial support for new schemes in the private and social housing sectors. New home project A £400m initial investment to build up to 16,000 new homes on previously stalled projects is earmarked to start by July 2012, but only 20% of this new stock will qualify as affordable housing. With up to 1.8 million households sitting on the waiting list...
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Claimants of Local Housing Allowance rise but landlords want out

  Latest Government figures reveal significant rises in the number of private tenants claiming Local Housing Allowance (LHA). According to Paul Shamplina, founder of Landlord Action, a company specialising in tenant eviction, more must be done to re-balance the rules and subsidies in order to encourage landlords to support this important part of the private rented sector (PRS), rather than pulling away from it as many have threatened. An uncertain economy on the brink of slipping back into recession has not only forced flat-lining wages, increased cost of living and rising unemployment figures, but pushed even more households into the category eligible to receive LHA. Paul Shamplina comments. “I am not at all surprised by the figures revealing dramatic rises in tenants claiming LHA, as these sit in line with our own experience of carrying out more evictions against LHA tenants than ever before.” Rise in claimants The Government figures...
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DWP reforms may bring social landlords more in line with private rented sector

A spokesperson for the DWP said: "We intend to keep a facility within universal credit to pay landlords directly where absolutely necessary as we recognise the importance of stable rental incomes for social sector landlords."
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Buy to let sector predicted to grow this year

In an article for Mortgage Strategy, John Phillips - financial services director at Kinleigh Folkhard and Hayward - said growing demand for rental property combined with a shortage of housing has caused consecutive rent rises over the last few months.
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How will future house prices go?

How will future house prices go? By Alan Forsyth, Property Secrets We keep hearing about a double dip, and concerns over house values. I actually look at how resilient house prices in the UK are. Unemployment has increased by 50% over the last 3 years, credit has been slashed, and yet house prices are only down around 10% from their peak! Why are house prices so resilient? Supply and Demand Shortage of New Properties being Built The government outlined in 2006 how many houses they feel are required by 2031 - and currently nothing is yet being done to address the structural undersupply of new housing - we require 6 million additional homes by 2031 on current projections - and this will continue to support the case of longer-term price increases. So demand is huge yet supply is not nearly enough. The number of properties being built in the UK...
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Planning and Houses of Multiple Occupation

  Why the change in the planning laws is good for HMO Landlords! Lets look at this so called change in the planning rules for HMO’s from a completely different perspective. If I was to have an imaginary conversation with the Housing Minister who introduced this change while he was still in office I think it could go like this. Readers: Please note (1) I have never had a conversation with the Housing Minister – this is pure fantasy and my apologies to him. (2) The current government have indicated that they intend to repeal the changes made in October but few details are forthcoming, it appears they are going to leave it to each Local Authority to do what they want! Me: Thank you Housing Minister for agreeing to talk to me about the change to the Use Classes Order for HMOs which became law on 6th April 2010. I,...
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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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"Nobody is Perfect", John Davies, how things can go wrong;LHA High Yield Strategy; Tax Busting Checklist; Next Weeks Events; News Update

Hi! We hope that you are well and have been busy with your investments. Along with the upcoming changes to the website weve got some changes to our newsletter as well. Updates We had a superb day with John Davies from Hedge Property Investments this week recording some awesome videos about a number of key property related topics. These will be made available VERY soon. As one of the requests from our recent questionnaire was for case studies, good and bad, we twisted Johns arm to give us a story as to how things can really go wrong. Find out why Johns nickname is Nobody i.e. "Nobody is perfect"- this is a great story! We have some great new blog posts over thelast two weeks: The LHA high yield strategy 10-Jun-2010LHA,investment,investor Government is ignoring the need for a balanced housing market, says NLA 10-Jun-2010News,house prices,Housing Market BSA – Industry can...
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Kevin Green talks Property, Soil and Social Housing

Kevin Green is an amazing speaker. He gave us so much information about his property strategies. Read about how he made his fortune and his strategies for property investing.
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