Category — HMO
Yesterday I was one of the guest speakers invited to be on the property expert panel at The Money Show, discussing if it was a good time to get back into property.
There were some really interesting questions asked including should you buy ex council properties in London. My answer was [Read more →]
November 5, 2012 12 Comments
I got talking at length to Jim Haliburton the other day, one of my investing contacts who happens to own 104 HMO properties in the West Midlands (at the last count at least, he often loses track of how many he owns). And it only took him 2 years to get to that many, once he’d given up his full-time job as University Lecturer.
So suffice to say, if I want to know anything about HMO’s (houses of multiple occupation for the uninitiated), I ask Jim. What was his opinion on the types of investments we should be looking at in the current climate? Does he still think HMO’s are the way forwards, despite regulatory tape squeezing the HMO landlord? After he illuminated me with his advice, I asked him to write an article that would summarise his view inside 20 minutes. He agreed and here is the article…
September 26, 2007 20 Comments