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Property Investment Quick StartProperty Investment Quick Start With Simon Zutshi

Would be property investors who want to get their investment career off to the best start in 2015 should consider joining Simon Zutshi’s Property Investment Quick Start Programme (PIQS) to help them achieve amazing results.

Simon Zutshi’s PIQS programme teaches new and seasoned property investors how to buy property using none of their own money!

As many property investors will testify, there has never been a better time to make money in the UK property market, if property investors know what they are doing!

One of the most profitable ways to invest in property is to purchase from motivated sellers, who are more than happy to sell you their property for less than the true market value.

This allows property investors to make instant equity profits from day one, as well as positive monthly cash flow as well as long-term capital growth.

There are still thousands of property owners who need and want to sell their property but they can’t because there are just aren’t enough buyers in the market.

First-time buyers don’t think they are able to buy even with the aid of the Government’s Help To Buy scheme, and amateur property investors are waiting until they are certain that the market has recovered and is on its up way again before they buy.

What this means for you is that there is a HUGE opportunity, as long as you know what you are doing, and start taking action now!

After just one day with Simon Zutshi, property investors will know exactly how to profit in the current property market whilst minimising the risks.

On the one day “Property Investing Quick Start” (PIQS) seminar, Simon Zutshi will share with property investors the benefit of his successful property investing experience, as he has been in property since 1995 and has already helped many thousands of investors personally since 2003.

Property investors will know exactly what to do and even have their own action plan to make sure that they really do get a quick start!

To discover more about Simon Zutshi’s Property Investment Quick Start Programme and find out what the four biggest property investment problems that stop investors from benefiting  are – CLICK HERE!

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Rob Moore

Rob Moore

Get (Rob) Moore …

From Your Property Investments!

A couple of weeks ago, Rob Moore from Progressive Property surveyed a segment of their 126,000 property investment subscribers including the newest people to join their email list. Progressive asked property investors what were their biggest roadblocks to getting those first few CASHFLOWING buy-to-let properties into their portfolio.Property investors, just like you, say they’re struggling with:

  • Lack Of Finance
  • Sourcing Below Market Value Deals
  • Buying 5 Investment Properties In A Year
7 Property Investment Top Tips and The “No-Money-Left-In” Secret!

7 Property Investment Top Tips and The “No-Money-Left-In” Secret!

And those property investors who answered the progressive survey wanted more practical and useful resources and additional online training to help them smash through the negative roadblocks that were holding them back.

So with that in mind Progressive have launched the  The Buy Refurbish Remortgage BlueprintThe “No-Money-Left-In” Secret [PDF] and it is available for a limited time so grab your copy now! 

Below is a copy of the responses that the survey generated:

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How to source and buy property Below Market Value (BMV)

How to source and buy property Below Market Value (BMV)

New Property Sourcing Revolution Training
Report And Video Guide On CD

The UK’s biggest property buying and property investment educators, Progressive Property, have just released a fascinating new training report and video guide on CD that shows how property investors can identify and snap up properties at up to £25k off the market value, that are within walking distance of your own front door!

Guided by Progressive Property’s Expert Buyer – Mark Phillips, this revolutionary property sourcing report is invaluable to every level of property investor, because it requires no ‘negotiation’ or ‘sales’ skills. Property investors just need to know what to look for, using a major property website that house buyers and renters use every day.

The report is called “Property Sourcing Revolution” and details how you can buy property Below Market Value (BMV). There is a link below for you to get your free copy right now!

To grab your free copy –> Click Here Now <–

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Buying Property At Auction Just Got Easier

Buying Property At Auction Just Got Easier

Buying Property Using Auction Finance

Many new investors are being inspired by TV programmes like “Homes Under The Hammer” on the BBC, and there are a number of ways for people to purchase properties cheaply, and the auction rooms are the best places to find some real property bargains.

Many property investors get tired of pounding the pavements in their local areas and scouring newspapers for great Below Market Value (BMV) property deals, only to lose out to first-time buyers who were quicker off the mark?

Some property investors tend to scoff at the idea of buying properties at auction, leaving a handful of knowledgeable, savvy investors to pocket the best deals.

Property auctions can be a real goldmine for property investors because many auction houses list properties out of their area, so the number of people bidding on them is low! That’s how some of the most unbelievable property deals are scooped up by amateur investors.

Buying properties at a property auction is a great way to grab a real bargain and a fantastic way for landlords and property investors to expand buy-to-let property portfolios without breaking the bank, using specialist finance products.

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Property Repossessions Fall As Prices Increase

Property Repossessions Fall As Prices Increase

Property Repossessions Make Great Investments

Latest figures from the Land Registry show that property repossessions have dropped in every region of the UK with falls in the past year ranging from 10 – 39% whilst property prices have continued to climb.

The December 2013 data from Land Registry’s House Price Index (HPI) shows an annual property price increase of 4.4% which takes the typical average property value in the UK to £167,353.

The monthly change from November to December 2013 showed a property price increase of 1.1%.

But behind the good news there is a large North-South divide in property repossession volumes, with the number of property repossessions far greater in Northern England than the number of repossessions in the South, even after the recent falls.

Property repossessions are a fantastic opportunity for would be property investors as the mortgage lender in possession of the property are only seeking reimbursement for their initial mortgage outlay, presenting below market value (BMV) opportunities for investors.

Repossession volumes decreased by 31% to just 1,129 in October 2013 compared to 1,636 property repossessions in October 2012.

The UK regions with the greatest fall in the number of repossession property sales were the East Midlands and the South West.

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More Auction Action For Property InvestorsEasier Access To Finance Increases The Number
Of Property Auction Purchases

There has been a sharp rise in the number of property investors snapping up property at auction and the reason has been credited to easier access to finance, as lenders report significant growth in lending, surpassing pre-property crash levels.

The number of properties sold at auction is booming as property investors seek to build rental property portfolios below market value (BMV), without breaking the bank.

There has been a huge increase in the number of loans that have been financed by specialist lenders over the past 12 months, with average loans increasing by more than 22% according to property finance lender, Auction Finance Limited.

The news comes as the latest Essential Information Group (EIG) figures show a seven year high for UK’s auction houses, with lots sold in October 2013 up by 30% compared to October 2012. These record figures have now surpassed pre-recession auction house transactions.

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Are You An Ethical Property Investor?

Are You An Ethical Property Investor?

Is it really ethical to buy a property
Below Market Value (BMV) from a motivated seller?

This is a question that you may have asked yourself time and time again as there are certainly some property investors out there who don’t seem to act in a very ethical manner!

We believe that if you genuinely look to help the property seller and put them first then you could find an ethical solution to their problem that will make you money at the same time.

This is a very important concept to understand and get straight in your head if you want to be a really successful property investor who prefers dealing with motivated sellers face-to-face.

What does it mean to be an ethical property investor?

It means treating property sellers with respect and aim to conduct business fairly and having the courage to stand up for how you believe property investment should be done and not feathering your own nest.

For this very important reason we recommend you watch this short video that the founder of the Property Investors Network (PIN), Simon Zutshi, released last year.

http://property-mastermind.co.uk/freebook/videobp.html

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If you have ever wondered about how property investment could be the way for you to quit your j.o.b and change your lifestyle for the better, then take a look at the offer below from our friends at Platinum Portfolio Builder

How Property Investment can change your life!

  • Are you serious about Investing?
  • Are you looking to build a Buy-To-Let property portfolio but don’t have the time to manage it?
  • Are you looking for properties in prime locations at significantly discounted prices?
  • Do you want higher yields on your investment?
  • Would you like to benefit from lucrative assembled bulk deals?

…If you would answer YES to the questions above, then you might want to talk to us!

 

Whatever your requirements … Platinum Portfolio Builder knows how to invest for your future

8 two bedroom apartments located on a modern housing estate

 

Purchase Price £400,000
Expected Valuation £600,000
Purchase Costs £15,600
Refurbishment Costs £2,000
Equity £182,400
Discount 30.04%
Annual Rent £42,900
Gross Yield 10.27%

Head of Property Buying at Platinum Portfolio Builder, Dean Thompson has this lucrative offer for property investors:

 

An exciting opportunity has arisen to purchase 8 two bedroom apartments located on a modern housing estate, within a larger block. 75% of the apartments are currently let with active marketing taking place for the remaining apartments. A rental income, when fully let is estimated to be £42,900

Now that you have seen a brief snapshot of HOW Platinum Portfolio Builder do it, find out WHY people like us invest with them…

Not only do Platinum Portfolio Builder buy properties on a large scale, they can tailor property purchases to everyones individual needs, just like the property portfolio PPB are building for Chris and his wife Natalya. All at a minimum of 25% below genuine market value (BMV)….

So, why did Chris and Natalya invest with Platinum Portfolio Builder?

  • “Even though we have investment experience, we’re m no property experts. What really attracted us to Platinum Portfolio Builder was the fact that we could get at least four properties in our property portfolio using just £75,000 (GBP) of our own money”.
  • “Without third party property investment services, we could never have got into property investment on our own “.
  • “The great thing with PPB is that all of the properties they secure for their clients are cash flow positive from day one”.

Chris and Natalya, Platinum Portfolio Builder Clients

“Our plan is to get about 16 properties in total that we can use them to support our family, and pass down to our children in the future.”

A typical property from a PPB portfolio

Purchase Price £77,000
Expected Valuation £110,000
Purchase Costs £1,250
Refurbishment Costs £3,100
Equity £27,500
Discount 26.05%
Annual Rent £5,400
Gross Yield 7.01%

  

 

Disclaimer

Please note that Platinum Portfolio Builder is not authorised or regulated by the Financial Services Authority and as such is not permitted to offer financial or investment advice to UK resident investors, whether or not the intended investments are regulated or unregulated. We strongly encourage you to consult an FSA-authorised Independent Financial Adviser before committing to any form of investment.

The profitability of this investment can go down as well as up. Historic performance should not be taken as a guarantee of future returns. This investment can increase the risk of losing money as well as increase the possible gains. Bank interest rates may increase during the term of the project. This is a non regulated investment and is therefore not covered by the financial services compensation scheme.

 

 

OFT Investigating Property Quick Sale Companies

OFT Investigating Property Quick Sale Companies

Property Quick Sale Companies Face
Investigation By Office Of fair Trading

The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) have announced that they are investigating 3 property quick sale companies for unfair practices after it was alleged that some customers had lost out on many thousands of pounds.

Property quick sale companies offer to buy property from distressed vendors within a short time frame, however some companies have brought the practice into disrepute.

The announcement comes as the Office of Fair Trading publishes a report on the sector, which found that property quick sale firms can be beneficial to consumers who need a fast, hassle-free property sale.

In fact the OFT found that many other property quick sale companies in the sector were operating in an “open and fair” manner.

Quick sale property providers offer to purchase properties from struggling consumers within as little as seven days, but at a discount – typically between 10% and 25% – of the property’s full market value.

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Discoveries That Change Property Investors Lives

Discoveries That Change Property Investors Lives

I was fortunate to attend the PIN National Conference at the weekend and I found the attitude of new property investors is far hungrier than my own property ambitions were when I first started out.

These days property investors are becoming far more creative than they were a few years ago and new ideas and investment strategies are emerging almost daily that enable investors to control and profit from property using other people’s money, other peoples mortgages and even ways to profit without actually owning property.

I started my property investment journey in 2005 when I bought my first property at a price that was significantly well below the true market value (BMV) and used that to leverage my position and raised enough finance to enable the purchase of a few more investment properties.

I entered the property investment arena reluctantly on the advice of my wife and I wish I had listened to her a few years earlier as I would have not dragged my feet and we would have bought significantly more investment properties before the peak of the UK property market was reached in 2007, followed by the property crash in 2008 as the financial reasoning of many western nations was rocked by the collapse of the US real estate market and the aftermath affected property markets around the world.

My wife had realised far quicker than I had that there was profit to be made in property and she set about educating me on the benefits. It was one of those discoveries that changed my life and I remain eternally grateful to Rachel for opening my eyes to the possibilities that property investment can bring.

The property crash forced property investors to examine the strategies that had previously enabled them to profit from property and the contraction of financial availability meant that investors had to become even more creative in order to obtain investment properties. Among the new strategies was the emergence of Lease Options (LO) as a method to control property without owning it outright in the UK. The opportunities seized on by property investors already existed and was already being used by investors to control residential property in other countries. This investment method kept savvy investors ahead of the game and has now become widely adapted as a mainstream strategy.

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There Will Never Be A Better Time To Invest In Property

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