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5. Buy properties in good areas - Analyse this by looking at PROPERTY VALUES.

Limited owner occupiers - £20,000-£50,000 valued properties.

Typically Local Housing Allowance areas with little investment. These areas have limited owner occupiers and are typically bought by amateur investors in search of the “shiny coin” returns. While there may be success stories, typically these properties do not produce anywhere near the annual returns that they are supposed to do and an exit strategy is limited due to the range of potential purchasers.

Low valued property - £50,000-£90,000.

Typically a mixture of Local Housing Allowance and professionals. These type of properties are generally in first time buyer areas.

Property strategies that can be used:

-Lease options.
-Ideal areas for high returns on Single Buy to Let properties.
-House in Multiple Occupation.

Medium valued property- £90,000-£150,000.

Typically these properties are solely rented/owned by professionals. These type of properties are generally bought by first time buyers or people buying family homes. They have higher potential for capital growth and allow a mixture of property strategies to be implemented.

-Lease Options.
-Single Buy to Let properties.
-Serviced Accommodation.
-Buy To Flip.
-House in Multiple Occupation.

High valued property- £150,000-£250,000 +.

Typically owned solely by professionals. These type of properties are generally family homes. They have the highest potential for capital growth due to the area always being in high demand and lots of historical investment.

Property strategies that can be used:

-Serviced Accommodation.
-Buy To Flip.
-House in Multiple Occupation.

5. Buy properties in good areas - Analyse this by looking at POST CODES

5. Buy properties in good areas- Analyse this by DOING YOUR OWN RESEARCH Use this handy valuation tool to nail down the valuation ranges of your investment property.

Take the emotions out of the buying decision, buy based upon numbers - Principle 6 of the 11 Guiding Principles of Successful Property Investment