Don’t you think 2011 was a crazy year for Property?
The educated minority made it bigger than in the boom times…Yet the masses, in the guise of First Time Buyers,(FTBs), motivated vendors and uneducated Landlords & investors got hurt.
So what’s in store for 2012?
If you’d like to get in early on the predictions (from experienced investors -NOT the papers) and early mover trends for property investing…
And if you’d like to know where the new low deposit income investing strategies are hidden, and what to avoid like the plague (that many people will flock to unsuspecting of the damage they may cause their finances)…
Then this special, one off online Event is just right for you:
It’s being held by an investor Entrepreneur who went from 30K in credit card debt to over 5Million (GBP) in income and 20 Million (GBP) in assets in 4 years…
All in the recession & Property Crash,
With no prior experience in Investing.
In amassing 25 Million (GBP) that investor learned a few little known secrets about contrarian income investing…
And for the first time ever He will be revealing his top 10 Property Predictions & early mover opportunities, in a very special online Event:
And don’t worry, you only need to spare 1.5 hours on Thursday 12th Jan at 8pm (tomorrow) from the comfort of your own computer…
And it won’t cost you a penny.
But fair warning, there are only 300 spaces available due to online broadband restrictions
So register now at no cost
To Your 2012 Property Income Investing Success
P.S: From 30K credit card debt to 5Million (GBP) in income & 20M in assets in 4 years is quite something, and you can learn how to do the same here:
You’ll need to register now though for this online Event:
“Top 10 2012 Property Predictions & Early Mover Trends” as the bandwidth limit is just 300 people:
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