Repossessed Houses for Sale, BMV Property, Alternative Investments
Repossessed houses for sale are normally sold for 5% – 25% less than their real market value which is often based on RICS valuation reports.
We operate a super fresh list of auction, investment and repossessed properties in the UK. You have found the original source of repossessed homes for sale in the UK.
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Investing in BMV Property
Currently there are some terrific opportunities to invest in the property market. You can make a healthy profit from repossessed houses for sale, new build properties and established houses or flats.
There are many factors to consider when buying an investment property:
- Choose if you want BMV property, international property investment, student accommodation.
- What location – Is it a new build area with higher risk or a more established location with lower risk?
- Yield or capital increase – Can I achieve a high yield from the property? Or is it a lower yield and higher capital growth property, or with more risk achieve both.
- Due diligence - When investing in property make sure you understand what due diligence is required and complete it thoroughly before considering any purchases.
- Understanding the local, national and international property hot spots.
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The UK’s mortgage sector has been hit hard by the worldwide credit crunch since 2007 and continues to be affected. Easy lines of credit such as 95% loan to value mortgages deals are not as easy to come by, housing prices are in general down from their peaks and the UK economy is taking a battering. The Bank of England base rate is still at its all time low and may well rise if inflation keeps creeping up.
While the experts don’t agree on exactly what will happen in the long term, they all acknowledge that mortgage credit and the housing market will be facing difficulties for some time to come. UK house repossessions will always be an issue, people will lose their homes and this can make way for below market value (BMV) property purchases for our clients.
Help from the Government and HouseRepossession.co.uk
In an attempt to help fight the rise in house repossessions UK government ministers have created a badly needed rescue package. This forces county courts to offer free legal representation to anyone battling with home repossession in the UK. In addition the Chancellor has set aside an extra emergency fund of £9 million for the Citizens’ Advice Bureau, to help them support home owners in crisis.
Get yourself informed and beat home repossession –The best way to avoid house repossession and hang on to your home is to inform yourself about every aspect of home repossession and arm yourself with the facts.
This site can help you keep your house.
This website provides all the information you need to help you inform yourself about UK home repossession: the processes and procedures, the legalities, your rights and the actions you can take to protect yourself and your home from repossession.
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