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Investment in Student Pods?

Is it a good investment in Student Pods? Any restriction for reselling?

Asked on Oct 16 2013, General in Nottingham | Report content

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  • They are not mortgageable generally so you need another cash investor for any exit. If you bought a house round the corner from a university and rented it to students you would get 1. a mortgage. 2 A more liquid asset 3. a better yield on the whole. You will also find that you are generally paying 50% on exchange for this investment. You are financing the developer to to build and usually getting no return in the interim. Take the location of your proposed development and find a house nearby. Call a lettings agent to confirm letting demand and do the sums. I'd bet £1000 the returns are better if you go it alone. Another way to buy property more cheaply is to buy a repossession or at auction.

    Web reference: http://www.diligentinvestments.com/repossessions/

    Answered on Oct 17 2013, Report content

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