If you’re considering entering the buy-to-let property investment market for the first time, and taking on the title of ‘landlord’ there is a raft of things you need to consider before jumping in; the property price, the structure of the building and the amount of rooms, to name but a few, however one not to be ignored is location. Kirsty and Phil have a point – location is everything!
The location can make a real difference to your rental return; new landlords may find that tenancy agreements are signed quicker if they can attract tenants to a region where there are plenty of opportunities. Consider facilities, such as transport links, shops, gyms and cinemas, not forgetting institutions such as hospitals, a university campus or a really good school down the road.
Here at The House Crowd, we do the homework for you, taking the hassle out of property investment and the burden of being a landlord, by finding great investment properties, in areas of good rental demand that produce high property investment net yields. We then add value through refurbishing empty properties therefore breathing new life into them and then selling them on.
Our unique crowdfunding model, opens property investment to the masses, by using just a small amount of capital. So if you’re weighing up the options and considering becoming a landlord, why not invest in The House Crowd and let us carry the weight of property investment on our shoulders rather than yours.
The House Crowd is a brand new concept in property investment which allows people to invest small amounts via crowdfunding (for more information on the process, visit www.thehousecrowd.com/how-it-works/). We are committed to breathing life into empty, rundown properties whilst giving investors great returns on their investments (for more information about us, visit www.thehousecrowd.com/about/our-manifesto/). If you’ve read enough and want to invest now, visit www.thehousecrowd.com/invest-in-property/)Tags: crowdfunding, house prices, housing shortage, property investment UK, property management, UK landlords