21st May, 2015 BACK TO ALL PODCASTS

Back to all podcasts

Uh oh…it’s a LIVE edition of the podcast!

We’re celebrating Issue 1 of The Property Hub Magazine landing on doormats around the country by conducting a Q&A with some of the listeners who’ve played a big part in helping us to get this – our most ambitious project yet – off the ground.

Some of the topics we touch on in this fast-paced episode are

  • Is it best to diversify early if you can?
  • Is £50k enough to buy in cash, or should you keep saving?
  • What’s the #1 mistake investors should avoid?
  • What will be the key issues affecting investors now the election is over?
  • High-yield hotspots or go for growth?
  • Who is the best tenant referencing company to use?
  • Is a broker really worth paying a fee for?

And a whole lot more!

Resource of the week

Big thanks to loyal listener Mark Morris for putting us in the direction of Streetlife – which is basically Facebook for your local community.

Sign up and you’ll see all the discussions that are happening near you – about recommendations, local news, second-hand items available and so on. Mark says that he’s got useful recommendations for tradespeople, and suggests that other investors might find it handy to ask about vacant commercial units or get information about new development projects.

News this week

Issue 1 of the magazine has landed…but if you missed it there’s still time to subscribe in time for issue 2!

And even better, when you subscribe you also get online access to all back issues – so you’ll also be able to digitally flick through all the great stories in Issue 1.

It’s only £5 per quarter, so sign up at thepropertyhub.net/magazine

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