The Complete Guide to Property Strategies by Angela Bryant

The Complete Guide to Property Strategies is the second book written by Angela Bryant, who has been investing in property for over twenty years. Angela has built a portfolio of 100 properties with a value of £15,000,000. This book has been written to help YOU succeed in property NOW.

Make no mistake. There is much for landlords to be worried about today in the UK. With ever-increasing legislation and adverse tax changes that are set like minefields for the unwary, it is more important than ever to be on the alert:

  • Educate yourself about what is possible and what’s changing;
  • Be flexible and focused on the right thing;
  • Learn about a variety of strategies and be open to change;
  • Adapt and survive!

Let this book be your road map, whether you are an existing landlord or investor, or looking to get started in property. It will guide you by showing you the many strategies that investors are using and that you can too, starting TODAY, to fast-track your success in property NOW.

We are living in times of rapid and tumultuous change, none more so it seems than in property; yet it is still possible, starting today, to build a successful property business and this book will show you how.

All the main property strategies that investors use are covered, with chapters including:

  1. Strategic Planning
  2. Sourcing and Options
  3. Rent-to-Rent
  4. Buy-to-Let
  5. Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs)
  6. Short Term Lets: Serviced Accommodation, Holiday Lets, Airbnb
  7. Estate Agents: Sales and Lettings
  8. Property Development
  9. Crowdfunding

And more niches and sub-strategies within these.

There are also chapters on the twin threads that run through everything — where knowledge is power:

  1. Finance
  2. Tax

With the government clamping-down on buy-to-let in recent years, the assault on landlords has been relentless: from anti‑landlord tax changes, including the limiting of mortgage interest to a 20% tax credit instead of it being allowed as an expense, the 3% stamp duty surcharge on investment purchases and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) imposing stricter criteria on mortgage applications. There is much for landlords and property investors to fight against.

But, as property is still the best investment for many, it is a fight that’s worthwhile...

This book is written for the courageous. For those with courage, who seek the insights required to escape mediocrity and succeed in building wealth through property. I hope you are among them.