by Liz Hodgkinson

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It provides reliable advice on all aspects of becoming a landlord, from choosing the right type of property and calculating finances to selling a rental investment that has sitting tenants.

Liz Hodgkinson is a seasoned property professional with a skill for tackling the thorny issue of how to make money from investing in bricks and mortar. Entertaining as well as informative anyone contemplating entering the investment market would benefit from hodgkinson s vast knowledge.

The book guides you through all the pros and cons of investing in property, from outright cash purchases and mortgages and loans, to dealing with comfort and stress levels

Liz Hodgkinson is a prolific author and journalist.

Liz Hodgkinson is a prolific author and journalist.

Liz Hodgkinson has thoughtfully condensed her expertise into a handy manual. The cover price could be repaid thousands of times over. This book has become something of a bible - as the market expands so do the traps for the unwary.

Liz Hodgkinson (author). The book includes the latest information on markets in eastern Europe, as well as new material on the popular markets of Australia and New Zealand. Practical information and financial guidance is interspersed with case studies of those who have already purchased a home in another country, and with advice for those times when unexpected problems appear. The author herself is a landlord and the text speaks from experience.

Liz Hodgkinson is an author and journalist who has written more than 50 books. She has also written articles for most of the major British national newspapers in London, and for magazines for women. She has taught journalism for a decade. 1945 St Neots, Cambridgeshire, England. The Complete Guide to Renovating and Improving Your Property (December 2006), Kogan Page. Hodgkinson was born Elizabeth Garrett, and grew up, in the small Cambridgeshire town of St Neots.

By allowing mortgages on property to let, lenders have opened up the floodgates for thousands of potential landlords. This handbook, written by a property journalist, provides information and advice on all aspects of becoming a landlord. It discusses the pitfalls as well as the advantages, how to choose the right type of property and how to calculate the finances. There are case studies, tips from experts and anecdotes.
Real Estate
Author: Liz Hodgkinson
ISBN: 0749431865
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Real Estate
Language: English
Publisher: Kogan Page Ltd (March 1, 2000)
Pages: 224 pages