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A Buy-To-Let Investment With 6Pc Returns – And No Property Involved

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At least the 6 per cent return is actually a 6 percent return, unlike btl yields. You see these 6% yields being advertised for btl houses, when the net yield will be much lower, and if you value your own time, then the yield would be even lower still.

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At least the 6 per cent return is actually a 6 percent return, unlike btl yields. You see these 6% yields being advertised for btl houses, when the net yield will be much lower, and if you value your own time, then the yield would be even lower still.

I wonder if its an annual coupon or monthly..

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I wonder if its an annual coupon or monthly..

Twice yearly; Jan and July.

Before I invested anything in this business (equity or bonds) I'd want to really pore over the quality of their loans. A quick survey of their results shows 9715m of "other financial assets" (presumably the loan book) and 9383m of borrowing (presumably the funding for the loans). Write downs on the loans will kill them.

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Twice yearly; Jan and July.

Before I invested anything in this business (equity or bonds) I'd want to really pore over the quality of their loans. A quick survey of their results shows 9715m of "other financial assets" (presumably the loan book) and 9383m of borrowing (presumably the funding for the loans). Write downs on the loans will kill them.

Yeah, wise, the quality of loans is key...though I'd probably rather look at Lloyd's as a more mixed large property backed portfolio of more floating rate loans...

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