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LATEST REPOSSESSION PROPERTIES

SOLD OUT
1 & 2 bed flats, Newcastle
» Tenanted at up to 9.8% yield
» Rental income: £400-£600 pcm
» £65,850 below purchase price*
» CIty centre location
SOLD
Repossession: Bow, London
» £71,500 discount to RICS
» Rental income:£1,950 pcm
» Next to Olympic 2012 Park
» £9.5bn regeneration area
SOLD
Battersea, London
» Three floor mid-terrace house
» Seven rooms
» Available at £550,000
» Vacant possession. Freehold
SOLD
Croydon, Surrey
» Seven studio flats
» Available £400,000
» Income: £41,977 pa
» Freehold
SOLD
Peckham, London
» Three Floor Terraced House
» Three self contained flats
» Available at £320,000
» Freehold. Vacant possession
Sold
Walthamstow, London
» £49,000 Below 2006 Price
» 7.94% Yield
» Rental Income: £900 pcm
» PI Price: £136,000
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INTRODUCTION TO REPOSSESSED PROPERTY

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UK Repossession property

Repossession property is often sought by property investors on the premise that this type of investment property can be bought at a bargain price and sold at a profit subsequently. The price of a repossessed property is often the main consideration investors have when considering whether to buy or not. If a repossessed property can be purchased substantially below market value, then price alone may override other considerations that an investor should normally consider.  Price should be considered along with the condition, size, type and location of the property. Property auctions frequently have repossession property, however buying property this way carries a hight degree of risk.

It is often wrongly assumed that repossession property will be in a poor state of condition.  This is not the case.  However, careful due diligence is required if the repossessed property requires renovation.

The greatest danger and most common fault in buying a property which requires renovation is that the cost of carrying it out is often under estimated. Additionally, the time involved in carrying out any renovation that may be required may lead to unforeseen delays, which in turn may hit the profitability of the investment. The majority of property investors want to achieve the maximum possible gain with the minimal possible effort, in the shortest period of time. 

 

UK Repossession property overview

Buying a repossession property does not automatically mean that an investor will pick up a bargain, however, with the right due diligence carried out it can be very lucrative.

Propertyinvestment.co.uk is as a buyer’s adviser focusing purely on UK residential and commercial investment property .   Our service enables our clients to profit from our experience, contacts and purchasing power to negotiate discounts or financial incentives that might not be otherwise available to a single investor.  Our recommended investment property is typically provides a rental income ranging from 6% - 10% and has been discounted by 15% - 30% of the market value.

Call us today to find more about investing in repossession property and how we can help you achieve your property investment goals.