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What would your mum say if she knew?

30th Mar 2016

Lesson 011 - 101 Lessons   Property Investing is often about the balance in relationships... ...Are you getting it right at the moment, or are you (whisper it, so your mum can’t hear!) wanting it all one-way – yours? If so, epic fail! (Sorry to be so blunt) Find out how you can help ...

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Deal Evaluation

Deal Evaluation

26th Oct 2016

Lesson 036 – 101 Lessons   To understand their valuation of A1 standard (done up, but plain, beige carpet cream walls, nothing fancy). We then look at sales comparable in the near vicinity in the past year or so, through land registry. Finally, we look at what is …

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Paperwork closes the deal

Paperwork closes the deal

26th Oct 2016

Lesson 035 – 101 Lessons When sourcing property off market, ensure you have the paperwork required to agree the deal with the vendor, so that they can see you are a professional property investment company. Look at it from their point …

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The ‘Can’t Commit’ is an even more frustrating Property Investor type

The ‘Can’t Commit’ is an even more frustrating Property Investor type

19th Oct 2016

LESSON 047 – 101 LESSONS The property investor have the funds available, they have expressed serious interest in working with you, perhaps almost committed to a deal to the point you think that they are in. However, when it comes down …

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Never push someone into accepting an offer from you

Never push someone into accepting an offer from you

13th Oct 2016

Lesson 034 – 101 Lessons Once you have let them know your price, give them the time to digest and consider. Even once they have verbally accepted, I like to brew another cuppa and sit together, to allow questions and ‘and another thing’ to come out, …

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When meeting with your vendor

When meeting with your vendor

10th Oct 2016

Lesson 033 – 101 Lessons When you meet a vendor in their own home, aim to have a meeting over the kitchen table with a cuppa.  That’s where the real business gets done. It can be fun, enjoying meeting new people, learning about their interesting lives and …

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Time management is key for property entrepreneurs

Time management is key for property entrepreneurs

6th Oct 2016

Lesson 032 – 101 Lessons The one thing we could all do with is more time! Therefore time management is key as property entrepreneurs. Set aside 2 times in the day to call back vendors – 11 am and 8pm are …

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Tracking your advertising

Tracking your advertising

23rd Sep 2016

Lesson 031 – 101 Lessons The key is to track your  advertising methods – and identify on a cost and time basis, which are the most successful in giving you a return on your investment. One method to do this is to have a database …

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Remember Plan, Do Review?

Remember Plan, Do Review?

21st Sep 2016

Lesson 030 – 101 Lessons Well, this helps you, the Property Investor, with the review, before you then get back to planning on how to improve your business further. Understand your void rate How many days in the year your …

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Broccoli v chips…

Broccoli v chips…

10th Aug 2016

Lesson 029 – 101 Lessons Lettings. The unsexy, unsung hero of owning houses as property assets and having a relatively passive property income (aka financial freedom), detached from your hourly rate. Why broccoli v chips? Chips are golden, smell great, …

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Two for One!

Two for One!

27th Jul 2016

Lesson 027 & 028 – 101 Lessons I know property lettings is the ‘unsexy’ side of property investing, but done correctly, it is also the key to long term wealth generation. So I’m slipping in these lessons we learnt, because, …

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