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6 Bed R2R HMO North London

The plan is to purchase property on a 3-5 year agreement and rent it out as a HMO and earn regular income from month 1.
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Key Features

  • HMO licenced
  • Good rental income
  • Good quality interior build
  • Close to local amenities
  • 3-5 years agreement
  • Large kitchen, reception room and lounge

The Property

The plan is to purchase property on a 3-5 year agreement and rent it out as a HMO and earn regular income from month 1. It has good quality interior build, comprises of 6 bedrooms, large kitchen, reception room and lounge for communal purposes. It is located within walking distance to Harringay Green Lanes station and to local amenities and shops.

Selling office: Sourced Milton Keynes Central

Planning Information


The Plan

The plan is to purchase property on a rent to rent basis and run it as a HMO, keep it fully occupied and earn the rental income after paying all expenses. keep it profitable and extend the the agreement.

The financials:
▪ Rent: £2,900
▪ Sourcing fee: £4,000
▪ Annual rental income: £48,600

The Location

High demand for rooms to rent in Harringay including working professionals in
the area and NHS staff (Child Development Centre, St. Ann's Hospital).

 5 mins walk to Harringay Green Lanes station. Other local railway stations include: 9 minutes’ walk to Harringay station.

 Within very close proximity to local amenities such as several shops
(Sainsbury’s and restaurants).

Average estimated value for a house in N4 1AA


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