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Number of tenants Renting Property Set To Overtake Number of Home Owners By 2025

 

Renting To Overtake Home Ownership By 2025

According to a new prediction from the professional services network – Price Waterhouse Cooper, (PwC), the number of tenants in rented properties will outnumber the overall number of property owners with mortgages in less than a decade.

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Simon Zutshi's Property Mastermind Accelerator workshop

Simon Zutshi’s Property Mastermind Accelerator workshop

Property Mastermind Accelerator
Advanced Workshop

Property investors have the opportunity to take their property investment knowledge to the next level

We are offering property investors the chance to get on Simon Zutshi’s dynamic 3 day residential Property Mastermind Accelerator workshop, which is normally the first part of the Property Investors Network (PIN) year long Property Mastermind Programme, which has been successfully running since April 2007.

The Property Mastermind Accelerator workshop combines Simon Zutshi’s 17 years property investment experience with some of the very best content from the 12 month Property Mastermind Programme, where property investors can learn:MMA-package-300x246

  • A full explanation of the Investing Strategy Flowchart and all associated strategies including HMO’s, Options and quick Cash generating strategies.
  • Complete tool kit to monetise every motivated seller lead including leads which most people would consider junk leads.
  • In depth step by step details on the 3 most successful lead generation strategies and how you can implement them.
  • How to get other investors to give you their surplus motivated seller leads for free.
  • How to systemise your lead generation process to save you time and ensure you never miss a motivated seller call
  • The knowledge and experience of exactly what to say to motivated sellers so that you can find the best ethical, win win solution to their problems.
  • How to convert more leads to deals and increase your success rate by 200%
  • How you can gain cash flow and equity growth from property you don’t own using options, without the need for mortgages or large deposits.
  • How to find perfect joint venture partners which means that you can do more deals that you would on your own.
  • How to maximise the cash flow from your properties with multi let strategies
  • How to profit from property even when purchased at full market value.

This is a summary of what Simon Zutshi’s Property Mastermind Accelerator is all about:

  • Learn How to become a professional investor
  • The very best bits from the Property Mastermind Programme
  • Full explanation of the Investing Strategy Flow Chart
  • How to attract motivated sellers to you
  • How to get other people to bring motivated sellers to you
  • How to put your lead generation on auto pilot
  • How to find and ethically deal with motivated sellers
  • How to monetise EVERY single motivated seller lead
  • How to maximize the cash flow from your properties
  • How to finance your deals

By investing in your own property education you are making an investment to change your life.

Investing in your self is the best investment you will ever make.

Simon has put together an incredible 3 day seminar which will give you all the tools to become a professional property investor which means you can earn your living from property investing without having to spend all of your time doing it.

The investment to attend this life changing event is just £2997 + VAT

Here is what you get for your investment:

  • 3 days intensive training in workshop format
  • 12 DVD set of the Mastermind Accelerator
  • Workbook with all the notes
  • Personal strategy outline
  • Clean step by step action plan of what you need to do
  • 2 night hotel accommodation
  • All meals and refreshments provided
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed

NO RISK -100% Money back Guarantee

As usual Simon Zutshi offers a full 100% money back guarantee with this intensive 3 day Property Mastermind Accelerator training programme.

If for any reason you are not delighted with the training at anytime up to lunchtime on the second day simply tell Simon, hand back the course materials and he will happily give you a full 100% refund.

Simon is so confident that the value you will receive will be far higher than the investment you are making in yourself.

Attend at No Cost

Having attended this training, if you decide to really Turbo Charge your results by joining the Property Mastermind Programme, then Simon will deduct your investment in this 3 day workshop off the full price of Property Mastermind Programme so that in effect you will have had the Mastermind Accelerator workshop for Free!

Your Next Step

Simon runs this event four times a year. The next dates are shown below. So decide which date you want attend and secure your place today!

5th-7th February 2015 – HEATHROW

19th-21st March 2015 – BIRMINGHAM

Below is a short testimonial for the Property Mastermind Accelerator workshop

UK Property Growth Cycle Has Already Started

Cash In On The UK Property Boom!

Cash In On The UK Property Boom!

Unless you are a professional property investor, you may not know that the next property growth cycle has already started and the media would have us believe that the UK will see another property boom!

The recent Budget put the property market back in the spotlight, while better mortgage deals have already been delivered by the Funding for Lending scheme (FLS). 

So now, thanks to the easing of the tough mortgage restrictions, UK residential property may be set for a historic run.

For the first time since the previous 2007 peak of the property market, millions of first-time buyers and owner occupiers will have the chance to purchase property without the ultra tough lending requirements and large deposits that have discouraged property purchasers for the last 5 years.

Cash In On The UK Property Boom!

Cash In On The UK Property Boom!

And according to the latest media reports, they’re likely to do that in droves.

So what does that mean for you as a property investor?

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  • UK property prices pushed up due to market activity?
  • Government intervention inflating a national property price bubble?
  • Difficulty in buying a reasonable priced residential property?
  • Discounts disappearing? (This is a big one…)
  • The beginning of the end?

So the BIG question is…

Is now the time to purchase as many cheap discounted properties as you can, before it’s too late?

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Help To Buy Scheme Could Cause New Property Bubble

Help To Buy Scheme Could Cause New Property Bubble

Critics Warn Help To Buy Scheme Will Cause New Property Bubble

The Chancellor of the Exchequer has launched the second phase of the ‘Help to Buy’ scheme and laid out the terms of a programme that will underwrite UK residential property purchases up to the value of £600,000 (GBP) following a meeting with mortgage lenders and house-builders.

A number of groups, however, have warned that, if this scheme is allowed to drive up house prices in the UK, it will cause another property ‘bubble’ and encourage people to take on huge mortgages.

George Osborne is hopeful that the terms of the scheme will prevent another property bubble, as there are now strict income checks and other lending criteria imposed by mortgage lenders and the loan scheme will not be allowed to be used by purchasers to acquire second homes.

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Help To Buy Could Boost UK Property Market

Help To Buy Could Boost UK Property Market

The Help To Buy mortgage indemnity scheme proposed by Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, in the budget announcement made last week is expected to raise both property transaction levels and property prices.

The Help To Buy mortgage indemnity scheme which kicks in next January is designed to generate £3.5 Billion (GBP) of new lending, could be administered by ‘bad banks’ Northern Rock Asset Management and Bradford & Bingley, now in the umbrella of UK Asset Resolution.

Lenders would have to pay to participate in the scheme, but the price has not yet been set.

Estate agents expect Help to Buy to enable people to buy both existing properties and new build homes with 95% mortgages.

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Hype surrounds 2013 Mortgage Figures

Hype surrounds 2013 Mortgage Figures

2013 started with claims that the UK had recorded the best lending on mortgage figures in five years, but these claims by the UK Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) are being disputed.

According to the CML, a total of 38,300 loans were advanced for residential property purchases in January, the highest for the month since 2008 when 47,800 loans were advanced. The January performance came despite a marked drop from December 2012 when 45,900 mortgage loans were advanced.

Now critics have suggested that the CML’s mortgage figures were pure hype and speculation as mortgage approvals, and not actual monetary advances, were actually down in January this year, and no figures were released for the UK Buy To Let mortgage market for the same time frame.

Mortgage figures for approvals on residential property purchases appeared to be up 11% compared with January 2012 when there were 34,600 mortgage loans approved for residential property purchases and activity by first-time buyers and home movers both increased.

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Millions Regret Not Buying Property In 2012

Millions Regret Not Buying Property In 2012

A significant number of UK adults regret not buying property last year, new research by First Direct has shown.

Around 1.5 million people have responded to a banking and mortgage survey stating that they regret the fact they did not buy property in 2012.

The study revealed 3.6% of adults in the UK feel this way, which represents more than 1.5 million individuals.

Among the 25 to 34-year-olds, this proportion rose to 8%- the equivalent of almost 600,000 people.

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Council of Mortgage Lenders Give Reasons For Optimism In 2013

CML Give Reasons To Stay Positive About UK Property Market In 2013

CML Give Reasons To Stay Positive About UK Property Market In 2013

The UK Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) are more positive about the UK housing market and the wider economy than they were a year ago, despite economic headwinds and downside risks.

A key reason is that mortgage lenders currently face few funding pressures, in part reflecting the governments funding for lending scheme.

Property purchasing activity was more robust than expected in the last quarter of 2012, on the back of better mortgage availability and more realistic property pricing, and the CML expect this to continue over the coming months.

2013 started on a more positive note than a year ago, even though the UK economy has barely grown.

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Tough new mortgage rules aim to prevent lenders from taking advantage

Tough new mortgage rules aim to prevent lenders from taking advantage

New Rules For UK Lenders

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) have outlined new tough measures for mortgage lenders in a bid to shake up the UK mortgage market

New mortgage lending rules effective from April 2014 are intended to prevent irresponsible lending and means that borrowers can only take up deals that they can prove they can afford.

The long-running review by the FSA aims to bring common-sense and responsibility back to the UK mortgage industry following the meltdown observed since the property crash in 2008.

One new measure that will come into effect today (1st November 2012) means UK lenders will not be able to take advantage of borrowers unable to get a mortgage elsewhere.

The new ruling is intended to protect borrowers already trapped in mortgage deals with their current lenders, as well as those who may end up stuck when the new rules come in to force.

The FSA want to get lenders to treat all borrowers the same and want to avoid lenders treating new applicants less favourably than other similar customers, e.g. Offering them a higher interest rates or worse repayment terms.

From 2014, mortgage lenders will have to consider an applicant’s income and outgoings and mortgages that are on an interest-only basis will only be offered to borrowers with a solid repayment plan, rather than relying on UK property prices rising (capital appreciation).

Mortgage lenders will also have to factor in any impact that future interest rate rises could have on repayment costs.

The new rules will affect over 9 Million mortgaged UK households and will also have a serious impact on would be buyers who are currently trapped in the private rental sector (PRS) because they are unable to afford to buy a property due to higher mortgage costs and the extortionate cost of deposits.

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