Matthew Moody is a property investor and developer.

He began in property in 2003 and started buying HMO’s straight away.

Prior to building his own businesses, Matthew spent eleven years working at senior levels in international companies in revenue management, pricing and marketing.

He was formerly Head of Revenue Management (EMEA) for RCI and prior to that he was Pricing and Inventory Manager for Europcar UK.

With a reputation as an innovative entrepreneur and great financial acumen, most of Matthew’s recent time has been focused on increasing his highly successful property portfolio and associated business interests

Matthew has grown his portfolio from nothing through to a portfolio valued in excess of £3.5 million with 90% of this portfolio comprising of HMO’s generating massive cashflow every month.

Matthew spent 12 months back in the mid noughties creating and finely tuning a robust business system to allow him to continue buying properties whilst his current business virtually runs itself. This, together with his unrivalled experience with all types of HMO’s makes him the expert to go to for advice on building a cashflow-rich HMO property portfolio. 

Featured on the hit BBC2 business affairs program, Working Lunch http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/working_lunch/6062052.stm, and offering pertinent advice to mentees and private membership organizations, Matthew is sought after for his views on the HMO market and how you can get into this market.

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joe April 23, 2009

hi matthew, ill be hearing you at reht lewis seminar on this 25 april, in case i dont get to speak to you could you provide your views on a possible hmo purchase comint to a auction end of april. Its above a dentist , its a semi maisonette style set over two floor, being first and second as ground is the dentistry, 900 year lease remaining, four very big bedrooms , large lounge kithchen and bathroom, very little work required and its overlooking a park so good views and very well located walking distance to bristol centre. my question does this sound like a possible good hmo and will i be able to sell on again when market goes up.
i hope you can reply soon before the auction , if you want to pass me your tel i could call you.
See you at the seminar rgds joe segura mob 07971827239

Matthew Moody April 24, 2009

Hi Joe, good to hear from you and I look forward to speaking to you at the weekend – make sure you come up and grab me!

OK, the HMO sounds like its possibly a maximum of four rooms – unless you can convert any of the rooms into more rooms?

Are you buying the commercial unit as well as this may impact on the type of loan you can get?

Depending on what market you are renting too, you could get up to £400 pcm for double rooms in that area so depending on the cost of the unit (which you haven’t mentioned), it may be a great buy or it could be a poor buy – I’m not sure on the limited information you’ve given me.

The location does sound good though so make sure you speak to me at the weekend.

James Benoy April 27, 2010

Hi Matthew

I have a possibility of buying an HMO property worth producing income of around £40,000 pa. I would need to borrow about 60/65% of the value and wondered if you could recommend any lenders i can go to?

Thanks for your help.

Kind regards


Matthew June 8, 2010

James, try Aldermore Bank. Beacon. Tiuta. Natwest.

Sharad April 21, 2011

Hi Matthew,

We are looking forward to learn and network with you at MK Property Meet on 11th May 2011 🙂

Speak soon,

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