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Hi, I have a question regarding my property which is one deed, but has two buy-to-let mortgages and a business loan on it all HSBC. Receivers have been appointed due to problems paying the business loan five years ago (£1,813 PCM) and then me stopping paying the agreed £1,200 18 months ago when thinking I would sell soon. HSBC are owed 165K plus 33K on the business loan, which could be paid back with the sale of one part of the property. The two buy-to-let mortgages are relating to a flat and a studio flat and are paid-up have only 25K and 47K now owed. Last month I paid £600 for a marketing valuation which gave a value of 825K for the whole lot. I would like to keep as much as I can. How do I go about getting the shop at the front sold which at £235K gives a 7% yield to an investor (yearly income = 7% value). Although HSBC have divided for loan purposes, there is only one deed. The deed is with them. Thanks in advance, M.