Renovation & Conversion of a 3 Bedroom House to an HMO – Part 2 | Property Investing

I would like to say a big THANK YOU to Ash Zuberi for inviting me back to the property now that it’s finished, AND for taking the time to answer the questions which were left in the comment section of the previous video.

I always enjoy spending time with professional investors and landlords who are raising the standards within the private rented sector, and I appreciate Ash taking the time to share his knowledge and experiences for the rest of us.

Keep up the good work Ash, and I hope to see you again soon.

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Questions asked and timeline:
 
5:21 What is an HMO?
 
10:52 Purchase price, build costs and rents likely to achieve?
 
15:42 Timescales for start to finish on an average project?
 
19:39 Was planning permission or a licence required to let the loft?
 
Join the HMO Group on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/groups/housesofmultipleoccupancy/
 
Take a look at Ash Zuberi’s website:
www.easylivingproperty.com
 
If you have any additional questions for Ash, please leave them in the comment section below and he will be sure to reply.
 
Best wishes,
 
Andy

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Renovation & Conversion of a 3 Bedroom House to an HMO – Part 1 | Property Investing

We visit Ash Zuberi’s current renovation and conversion project of a 3 bedroom house in Swindon with www.easylivingproperty.com.

This is a project that Ash is managing for one of his clients, and it will be a 6 bedroom House of Multiple Occupation (HMO) when it’s complete.

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If you have an interest in HMO’s, as a beginner or someone with experience, I would recommend joining the HMO Group on Facebook. I have been a member for a number of years, it’s a great community and I have always received sound advice from other investors whenever I have posted a question.
 
UPDATE 24th November 2017: Works to the property are now complete and you can watch Part 2 here.
 
Thank you for taking the time to read this post. I appreciate you!
 
Best wishes,
 
Andy

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