15:45 PM, 25th October 2021, About a month ago
It’s been an interesting time for landlords, as we’ve all been witness to the property market soaring to record highs, and very rightly it’s caused many of us to think: Is now finally the time to sell up my portfolio and cash in?
Over the last decade, a huge proportion of landlords have been enjoying rental yields from portfolios and HMOs they’ve built up over the years, but if the eviction bans, high taxes, and constantly changing regulations have taught us anything, it’s that we’re finally at the crossroads where we want to take a big cash sum and retire without the hassle of managing a large portfolio, letting agency or complex accounting. The question is if we’re going to do it, when is the best time? And how can we ensure we get the highest price? With just two months to go until the end of the year, we’re probably not going to get a market this high for another seven years. It seems the answer is simple: the time is now.
Landlord Sales Agency specialise in assisting landlords sell tenanted properties; HMOs, blocks of flats and portfolios. Our directors gained their status as industry experts from purchasing over 300 buy to let properties over the course of 15 years. From private portfolios, £1 million blocks of flats and HMOs to £10 million plus portfolios, we lead the way when it comes to enabling landlords to sell quickly and for the best price; we know first-hand what it takes to get the job done. Our strategy is simply based on an “any problem we can fix” mindset, coupled with an extensive network:
We throw everything at it to get properties sold and completed. And because we’ve done it ourselves, no-one goes further to get it done for you too.
So if you’re interested in selling your property portfolio and cashing in, there’s no better time to do it than right now. Our experts are ready to help you. Just fill out the form below with your details, sit back and relax, and let us do the rest.
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