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How To Profit From Online Shopping With Amazon

How To Profit From Online Shopping With Amazon

How To Profit From Online Shopping
By Partnering With Amazon

Are you interested in profiting from the booming trend of online shopping that doesn’t involve affiliate marketing.

You see, according to a recent international study, the average British citizen will buy 21.2 items online in 2015, spending around £55.36 per purchase online.

And there’s a way you can profit from this, simply by partnering with Amazon.

 

How to make £1,000/month or more by partnering with Amazon

You won’t need any special skills, web site or email lists. In fact you can do this even with No Experience.

  • You don’t need to stock products.
  • You don’t need to sell anything yourself.
  • You don’t have to speak to customers.
  • You don’t even need to make a product.

Intrigued? Of course! If not then you should be!

The thing is, ordinary people are already profiting by partnering with Amazon, receiving a cheque from Amazon every 14 days.

And you can do the same.

  • Jackie’s Amazon business generates around £3,000/month in sales.
  • Neil had tried property investing and internet marketing. But he hadn’t been successful. Then he discovered Amazon. His Amazon business now generates around $25,000/month in sales.
  • Tumi has had her own Amazon business for around two years. It now generates around $50,000/month on the Amazon US web site. And around £25,000/month on Amazon UK.
  • And there are many ordinary people generating an extra £1,000 or more every month.
Could The Amazon Gold Rush Make You Rich?

Partnering With Amazon Is A Gold Rush!

How to make £1,000/month or more by partnering with Amazon

If you’re wondering why I’m quoting these figures in dollars and pounds it’s because some people offer their products through the Amazon US site, while others stick to Amazon UK.

Why are people making so much money with Amazon?

The reasons are simple. Amazon’s sales booming. They’ve jumped $50 Billion dollars (USD) in the last year. And are forecast to reach $200 Billion (USD) in 2017.

As shoppers we trust Amazon because we know we’re safe when buying through them. As a result Amazon is the largest ecommerce platform online.

And the only product Amazon actually own is the Kindle.

What this means is there’s huge opportunity for entrepreneurs such as yourself. That’s because there are over 120 million products available through Amazon UK alone. Never mind Amazon US, Amazon Australia and all the different Amazon sites in Europe.

Look, there’s not enough room in this short post to give you the nuts and bolts of this amazing Amazon opportunity.

That’s why you can download a special free report from the highlighted links.

Inside you’ll discover the four simple steps to generating an extra £1,000/month with Amazon.

There’s no obligation. No future commitment. Just the opportunity to discover if this Amazon opportunity is right for you.

How to make £1,000/month or more by partnering with Amazon

Here’s to your success

Daniel Wagner

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UK Property Investment Increases 8% In A Year

UK Property Investment Increases 8% In A Year

UK Property Investments Rise By 8% During 2014

UK property investment is booming again, thanks in part to the Government changes to the way pensions are controlled. The changes allow interested property investors to release pension funds for property purchases early, because bricks and mortar continue to offer a greater return than pension funds currently provide.

Property investment in the UK is becoming even more popular with the number of property investors increasing by 8% during the past year, according to data recently released by letting agent, Ludlow Thompson, with landlord numbers rising to approximately 1.63 million controlling approximately 3.1 million private rental sector (PRS) properties in the UK. 

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Rob Moore

Rob Moore

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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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UK PRS Landlords Expect Tenant Demand To Increase

UK PRS Landlords Expect Tenant Demand To Increase

UK PRS Landlords Confident About Continued

Strong Tenant Demand

As we reported yesterday (UK Property Boom ContinuesSpotlight – 7th January 2014), the private rented sector boom looks set to continue throughout 2014 and a recent survey conducted by LSL Property Services, has discovered that six in ten UK private rented sector landlords agree.

The LSL survey of 2,195 private rental sector landlords found:

  • 58% of UK PRS landlords are confident that tenant demand will continue to increase over the next twelve months
  • 41% of UK PRS landlords reported growth in tenant demand in past six months
  • 16% of UK PRS landlords expanded rental property portfolios during 2013
  • 18% of UK PRS landlords expect to expand their rental property portfolios in 2014
  • 10% of UK PRS landlords expect tenant demand to fall
  • 6% of UK PRS landlords experienced a drop in tenant demand
  • 77% of UK PRS landlords believe now is a good time to buy or sell rental property
  • 71% of landlords cited attractive property prices
  • 50% of UK PRS landlords highlighted better capital returns on offer compared to other types of investments
  • 47% of landlords said that strong tenant demand was a key investment driver

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Expect 1 Million More PRS Tenants In 5 Years

Expect 1 Million More PRS Tenants In 5 Years

UK PRS should prepare for a million more tenants, say Savills

Giant UK estate agency, Savills are predicting a massive increase in the number of tenants living in the UK private rented sector (PRS) over the next five years.

The company is also predicting that more UK housing associations will seize upon a fantastic business opportunity and that these associations will add to increasing competition for private rented sector landlords.

Savills say there were 4.3 million tenanted households in the private rented sector in the UK during 2011 and tenant demand remains strong despite the recent upturn in the UK economy and recovering housing market, leading to the prediction of at least another 1 Miliion additional tenancies being required over the next five years.

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Buy “Buy To Let Boom” CD set + get free Multiple Streams Of Property Income Event tickets HERE!

Buy “Buy To Let Boom” CD set + get free Multiple Streams Of Property Income Event tickets HERE!

Purchase The “Buy To Let Boom” 10 CD Box Set + Get 2 Free Multiple Streams Of Property Income Event Tickets…For Just £15 (GBP)

There’s a real frenzy of activity taking place among serious property investors right now… and it if you are quick it could involve YOU!

Last night Rob Moore, director of Progressive Property Education, hosted what he threatens to be his last ever online video training for 2013, LIVE to over 1,400 property investors on a special webinar, hailing it “The Imminent Buy To Let Boom”.

And as a thank you to every serious action-taking investor who attended, Rob gave out a link to Progressive Property’s flagship 10 CD training pack, which normally sells for £149 + VAT (GBP)

AND 2 tickets to the next Progressive “Multiple Streams Of Property Income” Live training event… for just £15 (GBP) !

Purchase Your “Buy To Let Boom” CD set + get free MSOPI Event tickets HERE!

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Buy-To-Let Mortgage Lending Increases By 31%

Buy-To-Let Mortgage Lending Increases By 31%

UK Buy-To-Let Mortgage Lending Hits £5 Billion (GBP)

The resurgence of property investment in the UK means that landlords are extending their rental property portfolios and cashing in on the strong demand for rental property from “generation rent”.

The buy-to-let boom has seen mortgage lending reach another milestone as latest figures released by the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) show that mortgage borrowing has hit a five-year high, and the Bank of England’s (BoE) historically low interest rates are predicted to fuel even more growth in the sector.

Buy-to-let mortgage lending has continued to excel expectations as the latest CML data shows £5.1 Billion (GBP) was advanced to landlords in the second quarter of 2013, that’s 21% up on the first quarter of the year and up 31% on 2012 figures.

The new governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has indicated that interest rates are expected to remain low until at least 2016, encouraging further growth in the UK private rental sector (PRS).

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Tenants Prepared To Pay More Rent For London Property

Rental prices in the UK have been rising steadily for some time and rents in London have risen by 12% over the last year and look set to continue rising for years to come.

Rents Reach Record High and Continue to Rise

UK Rents Reach Record High and Continue to Rise

Central London residential rents rose 3% during the third quarter of 2012 and rental prices are predicted to rise even more over the next ten years as the supply of housing in the capital fails to meet the needs of people working in the city.

The Government forecasts a rise in residential household numbers in London of between 34,000 and 38,000 annually up to 2028, however this estimate is over ambitious according to some forecasts.

The author of a new report claims that based on development levels over the last ten years, an optimistic estimate of the number of homes which will actually be delivered each year is just 21,000.

The Government estimates were exposed in a new independent research paper, commissioned by Cluttons, called ‘Renting in London: The Coming Boom’, written by Professor Michael Ball.

Professor Ball says that the supply deficit offers attractive opportunities for residential property investors to provide long-term rented accommodation for those living and working in London. Although market cycles may affect yearly returns, income yields are expected to rise along with significant capital growth. He also forecasts average rent increases of 5% annually over the next ten years, exceeding house price growth of around 4% per year.

The research paper’s conclusion predicts a significant housing shortage, with people either paying more, crowding into existing homes or being priced out of the city.

Currently almost two-thirds of households rent in inner London and 40% in outer areas, roughly equally divided between private and social housing.

The lettings market in London continues to strengthen, as demand is still far outstripping supply. Transaction levels in terms of rental deals done rose by 31% compared to the second quarter and 8% more than the same period in 2011.

The average rent increase of renewing tenants in London during the 3rd quarter of 2012 was 4%.

Residential lettings partner at Cluttons, Lynn Hilton, said: “The private rented sector feels the strong pressures of a growing population and workforce, being both the first point of contact and the safety option for many people searching for housing. New jobs being created in London are increasingly for well-paid and highly qualified staff. Those tenants in the higher income groups, including families, will be a growing component of the rental market, seeking good-quality accommodation over longer periods. The pressure of demand from tenants wanting to live in the city will underpin rental growth at a level ahead of the historic long-term trend.”

Following the gloomy post I made on 31st Aug “UK Home Ownership Set For Decline”

There is a sort of upbeat flip side to the same story as reported in the national media 

Property prices are set to soar by 21.3% by 2016, according to economists.

In what is hailed as “fantastic” news for the property market, the average value of a home in England is expected to rise from the current £214,647 to £260,304 within the next 5 years.

This news comes after property asking prices rose by 1.3% in July, the biggest monthly jump since January 2010.

According to research by Oxford Economics for the National Housing Federation, the shortage of housing, combined with rising rental demand will drive the next property boom, with house prices rocketing by more than a fifth in just under five years.

The new report stated that over the past year, only 105,000 new properties have been built across the UK – the lowest level since the 1920s.

This is less than half the number needed to meet the current demand.

The predicted boom in property values will come as welcome relief to homeowners, many of whom have battled with negative equity since the start of the recession.

If the findings of the report are to be believed then all regions of the country should see an increase in property prices.

7% of home owners currently owe more than their property is worth, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders, (CML).

In some parts of the country this figure is actually as high as 16%.

Stephen Dyer, managing director of Ideal Property, said the forecast was “fantastic news for homeowners. These projected figures are massively positive and they are from a credible source so it’s great news that they think house prices will rise by so much. It is an absolutely fantastic forecast. Some people will find these predictions very hard to believe given the current economic situation and the fact that the housing market is still struggling, but this report is looking at more than just this year. There are not currently a lot of new houses being built so there’s competition for the properties that are on the market already. That means house prices will rise. It is just a matter of time. Lending will also free up at some point. When that happens, which it will, and when more people start becoming more confident about the market, which they will, there will be a significant improvement. Many people have seen huge sums wiped off their pensions because of the stock market crash, so this will be very welcome news.”

Housing Minister Grant Shapps said: “The trebling of house prices in the 10 years from 1997 has locked too many out of owning their own home. We need to get Britain building again. That’s why I’ve announced plans to release thousands of acres of public land. Despite the need to tackle the deficit we inherited, this government is putting £4.5billion towards an affordable homes programme, set to exceed our original expectations and deliver up to 170,000 new homes over the next four years.”

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