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Was wondering how many of us actually own houses on here that we rent out.

Lanlords names are mud on here but I know theres a few. I rent my house out as I work so far away and have settled with my girlfriend, Dont feel like you have to make excuses though. (not to me anyway) :lol:

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Was wondering how many of us actually own houses on here that we rent out.

Lanlords names are mud on here but I know theres a few. I rent my house out as I work so far away and have settled with my girlfriend, Dont feel like you have to make excuses though. (not to me anyway) :lol:

You're brave. Parasite.

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Was wondering how many of us actually own houses on here that we rent out.

Lanlords names are mud on here but I know theres a few. I rent my house out as I work so far away and have settled with my girlfriend, Dont feel like you have to make excuses though. (not to me anyway) :lol:

I rent out 2 - whats wrong with buy to let. Gives Mr Average a chance at building up more assets. Lets face it most of us are wage slaves, so whats wrong with trying to build up some properties. Actually I wish I had a few more.

Every person should always be looking for other ways of making cash other than their 9 to 5., not just buy to let. Limited Job Security, hostile work enviroments, lack of payrises and promotion - Is it not any wonder more people are looking for ways of making cash.

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Despite being morally opposed to it, I've always had half an eye on BTL.

However, when you compare the < 5% yields that are typically on offer before voids, damage, agents fees, solicitor fees, landlord responsibilities, capital risk, illiquidity, earning 3% in the bank genuinally starts to look like a decent alternative :-)

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