Title Split: A Creative Wealth Property Strategy

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Episode 3 of the Property Business Club Podcast.

Title Splitting involves purchasing a specific property, which we can help to find and then developing it by splitting it into two, three or more properties to rent out or re-sell. This is a fantastic wealth building property strategy for company directors, corporate executives and family offices. Plus a win-win-win opportunity. 

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Hello and welcome to the Property Business Club Podcast episode 3. I’m Lena Benjamin, founder of the Property Business Club with topical events and webinars in 2019 details of which can be found on benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk/events or propertybusinessclub.eventbrite.co.uk. I’m a strategic property search consultant and project manager with over 10 years of residential real estate experience. At Benjamin Property Services – we find and develop off-market properties in London & Kent to transform them into income generating assets for company directors, corporate executives, family offices and other sophisticated investors. You can schedule in a free consultation at benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk/schedule. Or call +44 20 7097 8834

Today I’m going to be briefly talking about title splitting as a creative wealth property strategy. Now Title Splitting involves purchasing a specific property, which we can help to find, and then developing it, which we can also help with, by splitting it into two, three or more properties to rent out or re-sell. This is a fantastic wealth building property strategy for investors and a win-win-win opportunity. Title-splitting not only empowers the investors property portfolio, financially speaking. The strategy that is “title-splitting” also has a profound impact on the local community. There are a variety of “end-users” – target people that could benefit from this strategy including professionals renting, pensioners wanting to stay in their own home and first-time buyers. 

The types of properties that a title-split would work on is a 4-5 bedroom house freehold residential property. Or a townhouse with 2 or 3 levels. We would be able to work with you to understand your motivations and also uncover the opportunities to convert the building into leasehold properties for a combination of renting out or selling depending on whether the strategy involves short-term, long-term wealth building or a mixture of both.

If you have no time to find Title-split real estate opportunities we can help. To get started on a title-split property portfolio strategy, request an invoice for the property search commitment fee which is refunded on the first property purchase. You can also purchase this on the home page of benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk within the next Property Business Club event. Or pay via PayPal. We can then arrange to find these types of property deals in the London and Kent areas that you are particularly focused on. Send me an email. Also have a look at our Property Finding Process.

I’d like to interview successful real estate professionals from around the world for the Property Business Club Podcast, you can schedule in the interview in your timezone by visiting calendly.com/propertybusinessclub/podcast-interview or benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk/podcast. I look forward to hearing from you and thanks for listening.

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Over 10 years of property professional experience and client management expertise. Multiple years of experience working with London estate agents on sales and lettings negotiations. Landlord experience in the London and Kent areas including project managing refurbishments. Global multi-disciplinary plc engineering consultancy firm experience working with multi-million-pound buildings and infrastructure clients. Lena has two business degrees achieved from London universities, a Master of Business Administration (MBA, 2010) and a business studies degree specialising in marketing (BA Hons, 1999).