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Investing In Property For Beginners Workshop
Thu 30 March 2017, 17:30 – 21:30 BST
Do you invest near where you live, or wherever yields are best? Do you rent to families, or professionals, or students? Should you be trawling through Rightmove or lurking at property auctions?
We have helped 1000’s of investors from complete beginners to part-time landlords tap into the huge potential of property investment.
Light Refreshments will be served!
You will learn
How to select the right property in the right area
How to pick an investment strategy that matches your skills and goals
The only three calculations you need to know to size up any deal
The costs you need to account for along the way – including all the tax changes announced in 2016
How to (safely and sustainably) stretch a limited pot of cash to build whatever size portfolio you want
How to create an income now as well as wealth for the future
How to make money through property with very little time and money
The 7 top property investment criteria and the 7 things to avoid at all costs
This short FREE introductory course covers the big questions you should be asking yourself before you so much as glance at an estate agent's window. Our jargon-free explanation of basic investment principles, summaries of the major post-crunch investment strategies, and advice on developing a mindset that will support your long-term success will stay with you forever.
What our previous clients are saying…
"The course was very easy to understand and explanations very clear. With a good set of references and personal experiences, this course is a must for anyone interested in property investment." – P Shah
"A property investment course that keeps it simple. I really enjoyed it, and will use the knowledge gained forever. " – A Spero
"I stumbled across this course randomly on Eventbrite and I'm so pleased I did – it has given me an excellent overview of what it is to invest in property and has really helped me to focus on my specific goals. It has also opened my eyes to a world of useful tools and contacts, which I may never have found without it.” – P Schmitt