John Clare -- The Ultimate Real Estate Guide
This is an updated version of
a book I first wrote in 1993 which was originally
called Buying to Let; Your Pension. After all, it was
me who invented buy-to-let back in 1991. This is the third
I give a list of the metrics
which property specialists should be observing, and show how
they can always be used to show where we are in any particular
property market, and how to use those metrics to buy and sell
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This is a
book which every property professional and wannabe should
read. It will tell you whether it's a good time to buy or not;
and most importantly, this is the only book on real estate
that tells you just how you should value that house or
apartment. And there are charts and spreadsheet analyses to
help the reader understand what is going on
This book will save you tens of thousands
of pounds and decades of heartache
Finally, if you have any questions or problems, email
me. I'm always happy to assist.
I can tell you how to value a
house. No estate agent can do that and neither can a surveyor,
because they don't know the difference between intrinsic value and
sentiment value. Use the wrong value and you will be in trouble.
There are chapters on buying
property as part of a pension scheme, and a chapter on the best
way to get started with buy-to-let. There are also chapters
covering the auction scene, property reversions, and a thorough
investigation into the off-plan market, with copious warnings on
what to beware.
Finally, there is a chapter
rescued from my first book showing precisely how buy-to-let
started, and the problems we had in getting underway. This also
points up just how drastically the maths have changed for the
worse over the years.