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This week The Robs are answering two fantastic questions on investing in Birkenhead, and talking about whether you should be overpaying on your mortgage. These are two questions that will definitely benefit a lot of listeners.
Joe from Leeds got in touch recently, he’s currently living in London and has a budget of £80,000 - £100,000 and he’s looking for a buy-to-let deal up north.
He’s considering our hotspot areas of Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool but has noticed significant growth in the Liverpool area.
However, he’s wondering if Rob & Rob have any insider tips on investing just across the water from Liverpool, in Birkenhead. Could this be a good contender for capital growth when the ripple effect kicks in?
Now we know this is an area that holds a special place in Rob B’s heart, so does he automatically think that Joe should be investing here?
Next up we’ve got Adam from Surrey. Before listening to The Property Podcast, he bought his first buy-to-let property on a capital repayment mortgage and has since remortgaged to an interest only mortgage.
The property makes a good income each month, so now Adam is wondering, now that he’s on an interest only mortgage, should he utilise the 10% interest free payments and chip away at his mortgage?
So, should Adam risk potentially losing out on £200 per month in his back pocket to reduce his mortgage over time? Or should he wait and allow capital growth to do it’s thing?
Tune in to find out what Rob D advises.
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