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Joint Ventures - Pitching & Paperwork: Mentoring Taster Weekend
Sat, 29 Jul 2017, 10:00 – Sun, 30 Jul 2017, 17:00 BST
Join TGPC’s mentoring group for one weekend and see what it is like to be mentored by Susannah Cole.
Joint Ventures are a great way to make your cash go further and to build your property portfolio.
A whole weekend focusing on the more technical side of Joint Venture investments, and the things you need to know before diving into a venture. The paperwork you need to complete, your legal position and of course the different type of venture partners, and those you should be wary of.
Who is this for?
Those of you considering mentoring with Susannah and are looking to experience first hand what the mentoring programme involves. For a one off price you can join Susannah’s mentoring group for one weekend, learn loads from Susie’s years of experience and mix with the fellow mentees. If you love the weekend (which we are sure you will!) your ticket cost will be refunded from your initial mentoring fee, you can’t really lose out.
Property is a wealth making business, when done correctly. Susannah’s mentoring programme is designed to support your development and help you work towards your objectives whilst working with an experienced property investor on all aspects of your property business. This is done with a ﬂexible and entrepreneurial approach and attitude. Susannah is a well established property investor who has run a successful flipping (Buy to Sell) strategy for over 5 years. She also owns a substantial HMO and single let property portfolio and she is now enjoying giving back and help others, in the form of her mentoring programme and workshops.
What does the Joint Venture part two Weekend cover?
Cleat experience and advice on finding and working with investors
A fantastic opportunity to look at you pitch and get feedback on what you should and shouldn't pitch!
Receive examples of joint venture agreements that cost susannah thousands of pounds to make sure both parties are covered fairly
A look at good and bad joint venture deals to spot the signs
A review of PS13.3 and how to screen your investors
A look into joint venture deal qualification and how to make it work
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Book your place now - We look forward to welcomg you!