As Landlords, we all have different objectives when it comes to investing in property. Some may want to build wealth through capital growth, others cashflow, and within that there are many types of properties that apply to that strategy.
For example, anyone that invests in HMO's has a choice of tenants, from students, professionals and serviced accommodation (short lets). depending on the area. What if there was a 4th option? An investment type that didn't involve paying for certificates, repairs, or having voids for 5 -7 years with a guaranteed return?
We work with local authorities and Social Housing providers to lease property from Landlords that offer substantial benefits for all parties involved. We have drawn up a list of comparisons to help you decide how Social Housing tenants compare against private tenants and Supported tenants, to decide what works best for you risk vs reward appetite.
Below is a a list of comparable's to help you understand the differences between each......