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Hi,

I am thinking to invest in 2 bed flats in Bristol. Could anyone show me the area in Bristol that worth investing?

I am generally looking for 2 or 1 bed flats in Bristol < 150K.

Many thanks.

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Hi,

I am thinking to invest in 2 bed flats in Bristol. Could anyone show me the area in Bristol that worth investing?

I am generally looking for 2 or 1 bed flats in Bristol < 150K.

Many thanks.

Hi Kevin.

I'm going to assume that you're not taking the piss and are asking a serious question.

I think you mighgt find a rough consensus on HPC that dipping your toe into BTL is probably an ill-advised thing to do in Bristol or any other urban area right now.

Some HPC'ers may put it more strongly.

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There are so many HOUSES to rent in Bristol, I would advise against purchasing a flat! :huh:

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Hi,

Many thanks for your advice :) I will definitely take your advice and hold until next year.

I am still new to property market and hope to learn from HPCs.

Regards

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Hi,

I am thinking to invest in 2 bed flats in Bristol. Could anyone show me the area in Bristol that worth investing?

I am generally looking for 2 or 1 bed flats in Bristol < 150K.

Many thanks.

It may be a radical suggestion - but have you ever thought of investing your money in something productive, rather than seeking a capital gain via rent seeking activity?

There are lots of bright companies out there that need start up capital, and other investment options via the stockmarket or other funds. They almost certainly have a larger upside in terms of profit, given the piss poor state of yields in Bristol, but they also have far fewer social downsides - like screwing those who cant afford to buy at current prices when competing with BTL.

The future generations of Britain will thank you for it.

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