Ever heard of the term rent-to-rent? Like others, have you been intrigued by exactly what it is?
It has been one of the hottest topics in the real estate industry lately, and the clue is actually in the name, but how does it work?
It’s cheap to get started
No deposits. No mortgages. No legal costs or stamp duty. Can it get cheaper than this? Unlike buying a property, you don’t need to pay a down payment or take out a loan.
There are various business models that you can try, most of which allow for short-term or flexible rent. With different options, you have control over how you want to manage your rent-to-rent property.
And tax efficient
Because you’re not buying the property, you’re not responsible for paying the tax! (although you have to check in with the landlords/s to see if they’re paying on time).
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There are three basic models on how you can manage your rent-to-rent properties.
In this scenario, the landlord is guaranteed an income stream without the usual risks and hassles of renting out a property.
If you have a deal for a 3-bedroom property, instead of renting it out to a single-family, you can rent it out as 3 separate rooms.
Think of Airbnb or hotels! Serviced accommodation is similar since you’ll only be renting the property on a weekly or daily basis.
We recently did a deep dive into why more investors are choosing the rent-to-rent model in our article in the Property Reporter.
Finding rent-to-rent opportunities can take a lot of time and effort.
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Once you get a few properties up and running, you can earn £30,000 a year for working less than 40 hours a week (with 5 rent-to-rent properties).