Tonight – 8PM – This Is Filling Up FAST!
Rob Moore from Progressive Property reveals some honest feedback below
Some of which might surprise you…
But Rob also wants to tell you something important that affects you:
A lot of ‘investment educators’ are running online trainings right now… seems to be the in thing 🙂
Progressive started running them back in 2009, and the property investment community loved them. For good reason…
You see, when Rob and his business partner Mark spend 6 figures on their own personal property education and research (every year), because they know that the broader and deeper their own knowledge becomes, the better they can help YOU to succeed as an investor. At any level.
Progressive go far and wide to bring you the latest strategies, and whenever they learn something new, they want to tell you about it immediately.
Because it might just give you the stepping stone you need right now.
They put themselves to the test for you just last week, when Mark ran their big “Auction Bargains” training
Over 1,800 investors registered, and the feedback (below) suggests Mark really delivered the goods!
When you attend one of Progressive’s online training, you get a FULL detailed breakdown of everything you need to know about that subject, as well as the top-line strategy and mindset to make it WORK
You pick up tips and information about all areas of property investment, at a level that every other property investment educator would charge you 4 figures + to teach
You get to listen in on Mark’s experiences of what actually happens the real world. Everything is tested.
And you get to ask your specific questions LIVE, in an open ended Q&A
So why is Rob telling you this…?
Below, Rob shares some of the great questions, comments and honest feedback from last week’s “Auctions Bargains” training.
Progressive are hosting this important training one last time tonight (8pm start time)
And there’s still time to register, here:
If you’ve never attended one of Progressive’s online trainings before, take 30 seconds to glance at what people are saying below
It’ll give you an idea of how much in-depth knowledge they share in a little over an hour, and what YOU can learn, no charge, simply for joining them tonight…
Questions asked LIVE by attendees:
Doug “Are auctions simply better than normal buying methods?”
Sheryl “if I wanted to sell at auction for profit what sort of fees do I need to consider?”
Ranjit “1. What % is the Guide Price set from Market Value ?
2. Is the Reserve Price set at Market Value ?”
Christine “Can the EPC only be seen by authorised people?”
Lubna “There are many times when you talk to the auction house to find out about the property you want before an auction. Is it worth befriending the person/s in charge like the estate agents?”
Lubna “Can you do a delayed completion at the auction house, if the vendor is willing?”
Christopher ”how does bridging work and what % do they normally charge.”
Christopher “how do you calculate the price by the sqft”
Andrew “did mark say him and rob all ways use capital repayment mortgages now?”
Dave “is there an easy way to find all the properties in my goldmine area that are being sold at auction …not matter which auction house is selling it?”
Paul “Would you ever telephone bid or put a top offer in when you cannot attend the auction?”
Ruta “Flat purchase £56k market value £70k. Is it worth risking putting it in the auction or better to sell on open market? No refurb required. Many thanks.”
George “What is your advice on listed buildings?”
Andy “how much experience buying property do you think is needed before buying at auctions in your opinions?”
PF “Hi Dan/Mark – Re. Buyer incentives, can vendor gifted deposit still be offered (5% max) nowadays? Also, as you bought at auction, you can STILL rent to existing tenant? (SARB?)”
Adrienne “By High end HMO do you mean these are all ensuite rooms?”
Ingrid “Please could you cover the 7 ways to get finance?”
Ike “VOA -Split for Council tax/services – what does this mean?”
Buki “What does Mark think about buying outside your area to start with? London is quite highly priced. Also, do you have to own a property already before you can get a bridging loan? What if you are a newbie?”
Jane “Re: Buy, refurb and sell/flip – does the six month rule still apply? Or can you sell pre six months if the situation allows?”
Julie “how do you stop the flat screen TVs from walking?” 🙂
Feedback after the online training closed:
Jay – “Great presentation” Mark “here since 7.45, Did not want to miss it! lol 4 pages of notes, excellent stuff guys! thanks to you Daniel and indeed Mark”
Ranjit “Mark and Daniel… WOW! Thank You For This Evening, It’s A Webinar With Rich Killer Content, Information and Knowledge.”
Christine “Good, see you at the auction house! thanks”
Lubna “Thank you. Been waiting for this from day one! Needless to say an absolutely fantastic webinar. First time I heard you, Daniel. Didn’t know you were such a good speaker!”
Audrey “Very good. Looking forward to studying, and getting back into the auction room feeling more confident.”
Sanjeev “Hi Daniel/Mark. This is my first time with Progressive. It’s been great so far.”
Graeme “Thanks gents, My pen is smoking! Mark has such sensible advice”
Susie “thank you guys brilliant webinar”
Sean “great stuff, very informative!”
Douglas “Invaluable, really interesting and lightening the fire”
Philip “great info, 5*”
Carolina “It is great to hear what you would do with the property once you purchase it!”
Mina “Mark has given us very valuable information. Thank you so much Mark”
Put your trust in Progressive tonight, and we’ll ensure that you feel your time is well spent.
And remember, as part of this training, you’ll also receive a copy of our Progressive Ultimate Auction Success Guide:
Register here to join Mark live tomorrow night and claim your copy:
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The Progressive Group
Over 350 Properties Bought since 2005
Four-Time Best Selling Property Author
GBP25 Million JV Partner
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