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Registered with Property118.com
Tuesday 21st February 2017


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 6

BakerStreetPropertyMeet

9:17 AM, 17th October 2020
About 2 months ago

50% rental Yield On Commercial Buy To Let Property!

Hi. Some are, some aren’t. It all depends.

It depends on who you have as tenants. Shops which sell products off shelves (apart from supermarkets and convenience stores) are stuffed. It depends on what commercial property you have and who the tenants are. For example, yesterday we agreed a rent increase and a renewed 10 year lease with no break clause on a building let to a tyre and exhaust centre. A good solid business who pays the rent and if it ever became empty, a great building plot.

Like with anything In life, commercial Property is great if you know what you are doing... Read More

BakerStreetPropertyMeet

10:36 AM, 13th May 2020
About 7 months ago

Bounce Back Loans for property businesses - Part 2

HSBC are not fast, but I believe they are the only bank taking on non-customers... Read More

BakerStreetPropertyMeet

11:33 AM, 21st June 2019
About A year ago

BakerStreetPropertyMeet

21:49 PM, 9th February 2018
About 3 years ago

How To Corporatise Your Property Business

Reply to the comment left by NW Landlord at 31/01/2018 - 11:27
The opposite is in fact true. During the summer of last year, HMRC updated their tax manuals to specifically say under what circumstances landlords are eligible for s162 relief.

I wrote an article explaining all, which was published in Property Investor News Magazine. The article is titled, 'Now Is The Time To Incorporate Your Property Portfolio', and you can read it here >>>
https://bakerstreetpropertymeet.com/incorporate-buy-to-let-portfolio/... Read More

BakerStreetPropertyMeet

7:22 AM, 3rd February 2018
About 3 years ago

Corbyn - Government "in the pockets of Rogue Landlords"

If he ever gets in power then No.10 will have a 'rogue tenant'... Read More