We would all like to maximise profits from UK property. One way to achieve this, both in terms of cashflow and capital appreciation is through a strategy called freehold to leasehold title splitting. Rachel Knight from titlesplit.com gives her top title splitting tips as I enter the second month of my four month challenge to buy a UK property at auction from my home in Hong Kong.
Jay Howard is also on hand to offer advice on how to turn the tables on agents and auctioneers seeking to put pressure on buyers to purchase.
Turn on and tune in to the fifth episode in the Auction Series. Enjoy!
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Rachel Knight and Harriet Dunn
Before TitleSplit.com was founded, there was nowhere to access any in-depth or honest information regarding the Title Split strategy. The information was rare, and life felt lonely for an experienced property investor who wanted to take their property business to the next level.
Nobody could tell us how to do this strategy – It was always, ‘do it later!’
We knew we were missing a trick.
We wanted to move away from a saturated HMO market and escape the feeling of being in constant competition with other investors.
We wanted to achieve the same cashflow as an HMO but with long -term equity, from a strategy that didn’t leave us with no exit options. We wanted to avoid the responsibility of dealing with residents; we didn’t want to feel as though we were back at our 9-5’s. We wanted an exit strategy that allowed us to become financially free, while leaving legacy to our families.
So, we figured this out for ourselves. We did our first Title Split. We came together with legal and real-life experience and created a training program to help others implement the lucrative strategy – Title Splitting.
From confused and isolated, we became two confident and prosperous Title Split experts, now running a successful training company alongside a supportive and growing Title Split community.