Making Lease Option Agreement (LOA) Calls from Gumtree | Samuel Leeds LIVE Property Phone Call Posted on May 30, 2019 Agreement Call Calls chicago hotels dallas hotels Gumtree hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels lease leeds Live LOA Making Option Phone private jet Property rental property Samuel travel travel vlog vacation 46 thoughts on “Making Lease Option Agreement (LOA) Calls from Gumtree | Samuel Leeds LIVE Property Phone Call” Post more phone callsReply After the LOA is done and you assume control of the property, the bills also become your responsibility right?Reply hello hello I'm just thinking about your property that you've just bought on to come trillion is it still for sale oh just yeah I've just seen it come up so um that's great– would it be okay maybe ask a few questions about the about the house?-okay so I'm looking at the pictures it looks I can't really see too clearly but it looks like it's in reasonable condition but I just wondered does it need work or is the condition goodit looks nice and like I see he's got a garden it's got garden everything that's nice excellent and there's no problems no no I'm not I'm not from address field I'm based in Sheffield so not too far yeah so um yeah are you-are you living in it are you or what's your (no the place is empty the past few months)-so how much how much how much rent were you getting for it if you don't mind me asking? (400 pounds)yeah yeah yeah it's extra it is extra nice yeah yeah-cuz I've got I've got quite a lot of properties I'm a landlord so a lot of landlords are looking to sell at the moment with the new tax changes and brexit and everything like that but I'm just looking at I'm looking again a few more like this I mean this is on four is it sixty sixty four sixty five thousand was it?-okay well I know the I know the area reasonably well I know it's in Huddersfield what's the whereabouts is it because I've not got an exact address on here?-okay okay no that's right that's right well okay I mean what I was thinking is I mean we may be are you arranging are you doing viewings on the property or an agent-okay yeah I mean probably just just to sort of save time and things like that what I usually do is if I can kind of maybe just have a look do some comparables and give you an idea of what my offer would likely to be but it would be definitely more than 60,000 because I'm not one of those investors that offers really cheeky offers because I don't like to do that so no it's a waste it so I so I don't like to waste time because I think time is time is money-right yeah what sort of sort of yeah yeah that makes sense I mean what what what what sort of I hope you don't mind me asking like a couple of financial questions about the house so that I can maybe give you an offer perhaps Thanks what watch them what I was gonna ask what the reason for selling it was and not renting out-yeah now that makes sense, do you know if the property is mortgageable can you get have you got a mortgage on the property at the moment or is it-okay that's fine because yeah yeah yeah yeah and also some of the properties that I buy… I do like a rent to buy scheme where I'll pay a monthly guaranteed rent with then a delayed completion at the end of the agreement… I don't know ever that's something that you'd consider in your situation or not-for instance to give you an example to give enough to obviously see the property but if you could if you're saying that the rent would be four hundred pounds and then obviously you've got to you know you've got to pay for maintenance and management and everything like that so you might be left with two or three hundred pounds profit afterwards what we what we do is we would say we can give you maybe two hundred pounds or two hundred and fifty pounds a month guaranteed rent no costs and then we'll buy the property for say seventy thousand pounds but we'll buy in a few years to give the market chance to recover and that's the sort of structure of the of the of the deal so would that be something you'd be open to-yeah of course yeah sure I understand yeah okay well exactly yeah yeah so we could either there's two ways you could do it we could even set a price now and size for instance seventy thousand pounds and give the market chance to recover OR we could we could we could say a percentage of what its going up by depending on what you know you felt more comfortable with so we could just set an agreed figure and say in in say three years time we'll buy it for 70 and we'll give you two hundred and fifty pounds per month guaranteed until the end of the three years but of course it's all negotiable in the same way as you do you have to think about it and see what the response was from the advert I would of course have to see the property and and things like that I'm not making you an official offer I'm just letting you know the the the outline of what it could look like that make sense-yeah yeah okay yeah that sounds like a good plan that sounds like a good plan but what I'll do then do you want me to I mean there's a few options we could do now I could leave it leave it for the time being and then touch base with you in a few days or a few weeks or whatever or well I could arange a viewing or I mean it just depends on what on what you want to do-okay yeah yeah so what I'll say I'll leave you I'll leave my number with you as well so if you if you want to give me a call you can and then perhaps we'll touch base it is it is I think I think I can get you on on gumtree-that's no problem thank you so much for your time and I hope you sell it and if not then we can live a chat Cheers bye now byeI mean that's my first callReply Hi Samuel. Thanks for the great content!… The house i am currently renting has come up for sale and I would love to buy it…. Unfortunately I don't think I will have a sufficient deposit saved for another six months. It would be a perfect first house as I already have a friend as a tenant. Is there a way to approach this purchase with a low deposit on the premise of having a full deposit soon?…Reply Why would the seller accept 200 a month rent when he could rent it out himself for 400 a month?Reply That's well smart bruv!Reply Time is not money. Time is more important. You can always make more money. You can never get more time.Reply the guy on the phone is killing meReply Is Samuel in a barnyard?Reply Great video! Samuel. Thank you. so you made agreement of final price with the landlord, as well as monthly rent until the end of the LOA. My question is what's your cost to make this LOA? and will you be able to use this property while you paying the rent to the landlord? Thanks again for your great video! God bless!!Reply by the end of the rent to buy if u cant by the house (not enough funds) what happens thenReply Is he leasing some farmland?Reply I don't really get how this is a win for the current owner. He's getting less rent which would only would make sense for him if he thinks he or his agend wouldn't be able to rent it out or he couldn't be bothered. But how is he profiting from the option after 3 years? Chances are the market will have picked up again and the Sam banks the difference and if it goes down he will be stuck with the loss…Reply why did it cut out sam's nameReply Sounds like the phone jacker on the phone loool!! DooovdeReply Hilarious how many noises your house offers alone 😂 Animals, clocksReply Brilliant conversation Samuel!!Reply it is fake video.he's trying to get money in to YouTubeReply If anyone has any lease option deals then please email me on [email protected]gmx.com . I have investors ready to buy the deals.Reply Subtitles next time please lolReply holy banana what is she sayingReply I wish if we had those kind of prices around oxfordshire lol.Reply Samuel! This is super interesting, because myself I work as a telesales person selling businesses marketing. (I'm still at beginner level) But It's really easy to point out some of the hooks and tricks you use here on the calls. Awesome work!Reply How do you get the money to pay the 70k back in 3 years? The profit you make from renting out the property won't be close enough to that. Do you still have the option to back out after 3 years?Reply I need advice . I'm about to buy a property and sewer runs underneath the house. My solicitor raised concerned but I have no idea or experience … I do want the house but is it worth buying knowing there might be future problems ? ThanksReply 😁😁 I am so excited!!!Reply Sounds like inspector clouseauReply Great stuff! Its all about action. Your really an inspiration to us all. Well-doneReply Keep grinding dude!!!😀Reply As an amateur property investor, the thought of even considering a Lease Option Agreement is very daunting. This video has simplified it though and has no doubt given not only me but others confidence in trying this out. Cheers for another excellent video Samuel 🙂Reply Looking forward to the Documentary!Reply You’re in Sheffield! Thats my home town, I would love to meet you and learn from you if you’re free please email me [email protected]live.co.ukReply So a LOA is very similar/the same as a deal via delayed completion?Reply I listened to this through my earphones and that cockerel made me [email protected]*t myself 😂 apart from that, pure gold 👌Reply Im 16 and saving to create my first deal. Im hungry like you was at 17. I love your videos!Reply Love this!Reply Great call and I can see now how you like to add value and give the person on the phone the options. You don’t come across desperate or salesy and it’s a conversation but dropping some great nuggets. I reckon in 2 weeks he will be calling you back if not sooner. Keep up the good work.Reply I love this video😍keep doing pleaseReply Samuel, I am on my way to secure my first R2R deal, 6 beds house in Ilford. Viewed it yesterday and agent passing to me a 9 beds house not on market yet. both houses were HMO's before. I am doing my due diligence at the moment.Reply Great demonstration of how to keep control of the conversation and dig out the info needed. Very helpful! Awesome stuff 😀Reply BrilliantReply Finally more action less talkReply Thank you Samuel, very helpful. I’m negotiating my possible first L.O. deal. I wasn’t as smooth as you but always learning. 😊Reply Fantastic Samuel! Great stuff that will help a lot of us today and in the future, thank you so much…awaiting for more to come.Reply Amazing! This is so helpful! With practice I can definitely see this working well for me. You’re a literal God send. Thanks Samuel! Putting this to use immediately. Motivated Seller!Reply Didn't even get out of bed…Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.