Mortgages & The Power Of Leverage Explained | Property Investment | Real Estate Investing Tips

Mortgages & The Power Of Leverage Explained | Property Investment | Real Estate Investing Tips – Andy explains how leverage can be powerful in the world of property investing and why you should consider using it.

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Mortgages & The Power Of Leverage Explained | Property Investment | Real Estate Investing Tips

0:00 Leverage is very powerful in the world of property investing and the buy to let business.

1:00 Buying without leverage.

1:33 Buying with leverage (property portfolio).

2:47 My views on good debt.

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Mortgages & The Power Of Leverage Explained | Property Investment | Real Estate Investing Tips

9 thoughts on “Mortgages & The Power Of Leverage Explained | Property Investment | Real Estate Investing Tips”

  1. Andy, I love your videos, thanks for what you are doing. On another side, could you please explain what are the risks of leverage?

  2. Hi there, I have just bought my first property for 80k, I have bought it outright as i failed to get a morgage (another story) and my parents helped me. I am living there now and making a small monthly income from my lodger. I bought this property because i didn't think i'd live here more than a few years and it had a good yield and paid no stamp duty. The property had tenants paying 600/month when i bought it. the property's previous owner bought it brand new in Leeds 10 years ago for 132,000 just before the financial crash, So I am hoping the market will recover in Leeds and make me some capitol growth. But I have started to realize from looking on line i would be better off if i could utilize some leverage, so hopefully when i've learned more i will Remorgage and invest that money in multiple BTL's. I am a bit scared of investing in the North (being a Southerner)…. But anyway do you have any advice or tips for me? I've only read one book and watch youtube things and i want to make good decisions! Any tips would be appreciated, thanks

  3. I think I made a mistake in not leveraging my properties when I first started.Got my eyes on another townhouse. When the opportunity arises, I'm gonna leverage it.

    Good video! Production skills are on point.

  4. Andi would you think it's possible to get a 'buy to let' mortgage when you don't have a job or you are self-employed and one room out of 2 in the flat will basically cover the mortgage payment? The other room would be for me to live in. So, yeah… it seems to be a residential mortgage. But the point is if, with a big deposit, the rental income would be enough to obtain a mortgage with no steady income from a job.

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