Whilst doing my usual trawl through On The Market, I noticed this gem pop up. Admittedly, I am not usually a massive fan of flats. I have several of my own flats and can’t say that they’re my favourite but I do have some at Simon Close (where this flat is for sale) and these flats are, BY FAR, my favourite! The management company are fantastic and the flats rent very quickly here.
This flat is on for offers over £80,000 but it has been on since December so I’m thinking there may be some flexibility here.
Lets look at the fun stuff… If you purchase the flat for £80,000 and the current tenant pays £500. The ground rent and service charges are £1210/year, which would leave you with a gross yield of 7.50% and a net yield of 5.99%.
However, I will share a little secret with you….I charge £525 for both of my flats at Simon close so, if the rent were to be increased, you could be looking at a gross yield of 7.88% and a net yield of 6.36%.
Not bad, ey!!!
If none of you snap this one up, I might add to my Simon Close collection!
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You may have read my blog last week about the clever clogs
who suggested that landlords provide a 3 month rent free period to their
tenants if they are unlucky enough to get the COVID-19 virus and just take the
financial hit (more like Thor’s hammer to the face!).
Well, I read today that lenders are looking to support their
clients by offering a 3 month holiday from mortgage payments if they are
affected by the virus. At the moment it is only RBS but other lenders are
likely to follow suit.
The article by “The Negotiator” states that “With the fallout from COVID-19 likely to last many months, and some experts predicting another financial crash, the speedy move will go some way to maintain confidence in the market.” I am inclined to agree with this and say “hoorah” to the sensible lenders who are good enough to support their clients…and the economy as a whole!
I hope this doesn’t affect any of our readers and I hope you
all stay safe and healthy over the coming weeks/months. Elbow bumps to all of
As a property manager, I have a lot of phone calls from tenants saying “my heating and hot water has gone off” and I reply with “what is the pressure gauge saying on the boiler?” and they respond is usually “the what?”. Obviously, I do my best to avoid sending out a plumber unnecessarily so i get the plumber to call them and talk it through if possible.
Today i came across a very helpful video from Jamie at Hydro Heat Plumbing and he explains why the pressures drops and how to re-pressurise the boiler yourself.
I’ll be sending this round to all of our tenants and landlords so i wanted to share it with all of you too. Watch the full video HERE.