We have recently been able to get a FREE excerpt from John Pauls ebook “LHA and How to Make it Work for You”, it’s full of tips and tricks that you can use to improve your cashflow, and your understanding of LHA.
- Would like to know more about investing using an LHA Strategy, but dont know where to start?
- Do you already use this strategy to invest, but your LHA Tenants are costing you time, energy and MONEY?
It doesn’t have to be that way – in fact, getting LHA Tenancies right can be hugely profitable and hassle free!
“LHA is an opportunity to increase cash-flow and produce rental yields that we haven’t seen for years, all you have to do is to learn how to work the system, and use it in your investment strategy”. – John Paul
Download the free excerpt here to learn more about LHA Investing.
If youre keen and an action taker then you can get the complete 40 page book here.
A bit about the author – why is he the expert?
My name is John Paul and I own the Castledene Group, which is a property based group of companies in the North East of England. Our property management company looks after over 600 properties and we are pleased to announce that we have recently agreed to purchase another letting agent that manages a further 400 properties. We should be completing the deal very soon. Within our original 600 properties we have 550 that are DSS tenants and therefore LHA. We get paid directly for 97.5% of these tenants, which is unheard of. Most letting agents are happy when they can get paid direct for one or two. We get upset if one or two tenants get paid directly.
What we do works, its as simple as that, it’s not just getting paid direct from the councils that we are proud of, there is so much more to understanding LHA, it’s a very complicated topic.
We regularly get paid in or around 4 weeks and have even been paid within 10 days before. We have tackled the council on issues such as overpayments and who to pursue for those overpayments, we can also get the tenant paid on two properties if they leave to go to another landlord, basically we leave no stone unturned when it comes to LHA