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Hi all

I am looking for advice from like minded investors about whether to start investing in rent to buy. I am currently involved in the bellow market value market in Scotland, but due to recent downturns in the market the rents are not stacking up to well. what with higher rates from the lenders.

I would be glad to hear from anyone who has had experience in the buy to rent market.

I have also come across several sites which are looking for investors for property abroad in areas such as India, Carribean, Bulgarie etc.

One of these sites really got my mind going as they were selling property at up to an unbelievable 40% discount. I was hoping that you guys could take a look and let me know how good this company is or whether I should give it a wide berth. If you can help I will forward the link to your own e-mail as I have been informed that I can't have it here

Many thanks

#internet marketing #investment
  • Profile picture of the author KarlWarren
    Why does your link have an affiliate ID in it?
  • Profile picture of the author 2bneil
    I did a quick google search for comments about the company
    go to google
    in the search box type in "property horizons" forums
    I found this one thread at
    Property Horizons
    When I looked at their claims my b..llsh...t detector started buzzing. Just like the poster to the forum, I would be skeptical of a six month old company offering such returns. I have over a decade of experience in the financial services sector in Canada, and usually spectacular claims of high returns are at the least exaggerated.
    Apply the old adage, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

    Approach such deals with a lot of caution and put a very small limit on the amount of investment to risk. Do not exceed that limit regardless of the claims being presented to you. If this company is still around and the principals are still not under arrest in two or three years you might increase your investment then.
    Diversifying your investments is a good strategy. Picking the winners from the losers is a crapshoot.
    • Profile picture of the author Wullie
      Cheers for that 2bniel,

      your opinion is noted and after thinking about it I may just wait and see what the company achieves six more months down the line.


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