Property-Tech firm “Mr Investa” starts up in MediaCityUK
Billed as “The future of UK Buy-to-Let”, 'Mr Investa' have officially opened their first office in MediaCityUK and have launched their online platform.
Billed as “The future of UK Buy-to-Let”, ‘Mr Investa’ have officially opened their first office in MediaCityUK and have launched their online platform.
Founded by Ryan Hughes, who was born and raised in Salford, has achieved his personal dream of starting a business in his hometown.
Ryan started his career in the property industry as labourer aged 15. Working his way up the corporate ladder, Ryan has experienced this industry from the ground up. By the age of 19, “Mr Investa” was responsible for running a property portfolio worth over £12 million.
Now aged 31, Ryan looks to make his own impression on the property market, following on from a successful period as the Head of Sales of a renowned online estate agent.
Ryan Hughes, Founder and Managing Director of Mr Investa said:
“Whilst in my last job, I discovered a gap in the market. The needs of investor to investor sales are being neglected by the high-street brands. Asset disposal will be key over the next two years, with most business owners needing to free up equity to stay afloat. Throughout the pandemic, 70,000 UK households have been made homeless, with thousands more threatened out of the need to move on investments.
“With Mr Investa, you can sell your tenanted buy-to-let straight to another likeminded landlord. Tenants in situ provide buyers and sellers with the most security, as rental income continues throughout the sales process. The buy-tolet sector continues to grow exponentially. However, the biggest stumbling block for most new investors is the time it takes to get it right!
Mr Investa, provides their clients with all the tools they need to make fully informed decisions from the comfort of their living room and on the go. They do detailed video walkthroughs, property floor plans, as well as current and projected financial performance.
“Something that is really important to us is our dedication to customer service. An advisor will
personally support you, from the point of inquiry, through your investment journey.”
Mr Investa are currently offering free consultation for a limited period. Find out more information via their website:
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