Should I Buy A House To Live In… OR… An Investment Property? | Property Investing For Beginners Posted on March 29, 2019 Beginners Buy chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas house investing investment las vegas hotels Live private jet Property rental property travel travel vlog vacation 8 thoughts on “Should I Buy A House To Live In… OR… An Investment Property? | Property Investing For Beginners” I can't find the link for "Rent a Room" scheme. Reply Buy a HMO property live in one room and rent out others. Get 2nd HMO property then financial free 🙂 Reply Hi tony, what independent mortgage broker do you use in Bournemouth/Poole? Reply hi tony investment property great content to keep it up Reply Hello Tony, I'm thinking about picking a trade and getting into real estate, what trade do you think would be most beneficial, which add the most value to houses, and what are the most expensive problems? Thanks Reply Hi Tony, I’m in this exact position and after speaking to a couple of mortgage advisors I’m opting to buy my own property first. Reason being is the rates offered to a non property owning person were quite a lot higher which as well as the LTV amount. Thanks for all your content! Reply Hi Tony. I am renting a 3 bed hause at the moment and rent out 2 rooms to save for deposit. Then I want to buy my first property add value and rent 2 rooms as well. Thanks for tips Reply sorry if this is a stupid question, property is just something I've recently been looking at getting into over the past few weeks, so still trying to wrap my head around everything. So I say i have 1 property which im renting out, and also have a mortgage on. Can i then get a second property i want to rent out and get ANOTHER mortgage on that house also Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.