The Property Geek Podcast

A Business and Investing podcast
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Every episode, I interview someone with expertise in a different area of UK property investment - discussing the issues in their field, and teasing out their top tips for investment success.

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Over the last few episodes we've covered various ways of funding property projects, in addition to the familiar options of cash and mortgages. In this episode, I round off the series by summarising my main takeaways and suggesting how to choose the most appropriate form of funding. See this episode on the Property Geek website: https://www.propertygeek.net/podcast/funding-property-project/
Joint ventures (JVs) get talked about a lot in property, with good reason: after all, if you don't have the cash to do all the deals you want to do, a JV is a way of solving that problem without going cap-in-hand to the bank. But where do you even start with finding someone who might want to lend you money? How do you structure the agreement? And what happens if something goes wrong? In this epis…
If you own your own home or have buy-to-let properties, you might find yourself with equity you can't access – due to redemption penalties or too-good-to-lose mortgage rates, for example. By unlocking that equity, you could grow your portfolio faster – and in this week's episode, I speak to mortgage advisor Dave Cookson about a relatively little-known way to do exactly that. See this episode on t…

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Started
Oct 12th, 2012
Latest Episode
Jul 5th, 2017
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
86
Avg. Episode Length
29 minutes

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