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The no money left in secretHave You Ever Wondered Why Some People Make Money From Property Whilst Others Fail?

Rob Moore and Mark Homer have built their substantial wealth and expert reputation through hands on property investment and the continued education of committed property investors and now they have a very special offer for Spotlight readers…

7 Top Flip Tips and...The No-Money-Left-In Secret Report
You COULD pay thousands of pounds to attend a property investment seminar, but you’d still NEVER learn the basics as thoroughly as this report provides!
It’s like having a multimillionaire expert investor explain his entire strategy to you over lunch (without worrying about the bill)!

Because this unedited and uncensored document explains how you can cash in on the Buy-To-Let Property Boom right now, even if you’ve never bought a property… or never thought you could!

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After reading this short report you’ll understand how new investors in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and in retirement are able to buy houses for short-term cash profit, equity growth, and instant cashflow.

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Rob Moore & Mark Homer
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Over 350 Properties Bought & Sold
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Property Investors Should choose Investment Properties Wisely

Property Investors Should choose Investment Properties Wisely

Property Investors Warned To Choose Potential
Property Purchases Wisely

Savvy property investors know that profit is made when buying property, not when it is sold, as equity can be locked in upon purchasing below market value, giving the property investor greater control of the purchase price by negotiating a deal with the seller, (vendor), rather than what the property eventually sells for on the open market.

Property investors are different from ordinary residential property buyers, as they are of the mindset that the property should meet all the financial requirements of a landlord first & foremost, rather than paying the high end retail price for a property just because it looks nice.

Many new and amateur property investors make the common mistake of falling in love with a property and begin to let their heart rule their head, becoming so emotionally involved that they lose control of their finances and let their emotions win, overspending massively and reducing any potential yield.

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Property Turn Offs Are Good News For Property Investors

Property Turn Offs Are Good News For Property Investors

The Top 20 Property Turn-Offs
That Are Good News For Property Investors 

There are a number of obvious things that can put the general public off buying a property including damp, rotten windows and lack of a garden among the list of deal breakers for potential property buyers.

A survey by popular comparison website gocompare.com found that 70% of potential property buyers would not buy a property which had damp patches or stained walls or ceilings, 63% were put off by properties in a poor state of repair and 15% were put off by clutter.

Properties with problems are good news for landlords and property investors, as they have experience of rectifying issues in order to turn a profit and problems mean discounted sale prices, allowing equity to be locked into the deal from the start.

Generally, ordinary home buyers are afraid to spend money on issues that they know nothing about, however landlords and property investors can see beyond the solution and realise potential profit by fixing the issues that put off everyday home buyers.

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Make Money From Purchase Lease Options

Make Money From Purchase Lease Options

Make Money From Purchase Lease Options

Stewart Hale from RentToBuy and PIN founder, Simon Zutshi have a really interesting presentation for property investors showing how to make money as a Rent-To-Buy Agent.

MyPropertyPowerTeam want to make sure all UK based property investors are aware of this unique opportunity because right now there is a huge potential for property investors to make some serious money using a very simple investment strategy that works by putting Motivated Sellers together with Tenant Buyers.

There is nothing earth shattering or complicated about this property investment strategy but thanks to the opportunity to become an agent with RentToBuy now it is much easier to implement than ever before, and Stewart and Simon can’t wait to share it with property investors who want to earn from their investments.

How Purchase Lease Options Make You Money!

How Purchase Lease Options Make You Money!

Now really is a fantastic time for property investors to be doing lease options, the UK property market conditions are perfect.

It is possible to control properties with lease options that have relatively low monthly mortgage payments, which means property investors can get great cash flow from properties that they don’t even own!

Perfect or what!

  • But what about properties where there is no equity and no real cash flow?
  • Can you make money from these?

Most property investors would say NO!

But Stewart and Simon will show property investors how to make money by selling them onto Tenant Buyers.

That’s what this 3-hour seminar with Stewart Hale and Simon Zutshi is all about.

This is yet another NO COST event from top UK property investment educator , best-selling author of “Property Magic” and founder of the 10 year old PIN network, Simon Zutshi.

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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.

 

 

Families who are looking to move into larger properties are finding themselves stuck in first-time buyer flats because they cannot sell their homes or get a mortgage.

A survey by LloydsTSB found that “second steppers”, those who have a first home to sell and who want to move up the ladder, are increasingly stuck in unsuitable accommodation.

The report reveals that home affordability for Second Steppers has become much less favourable and declining house prices have led to many homeowners being in negative equity.

Second Steppers are homeowners looking to sell their first home and move up the property ladder.

Many potential Second Steppers in today’s market would have bought close to the peak of the UK property market and are now finding it increasingly difficult to get off the “first rung”.

Many bought at the peak of the market in 2007, and may have negative equity to cope with as well as a lack of buyers and difficulty meeting moving costs.

The figures show the majority of property vendors in this situation have been stuck on the property ladder for over 12 months.
Some will have had children in the intervening time and feel that they are stuck in unsuitable accommodation.

22% now believe that it is harder to move up the housing ladder than to get on it in the first place.

According to Lloyds TSB’s report,
• 61% of second steppers have wanted to climb up the ladder in the past 12 months but have been unable to do so as they face an increasing number of challenges.
• 22% believe it is now harder to move up the ladder than get on it in the first place.
• 43% also feel it will be as equally difficult.

Stephen Noakes, mortgage director of Lloyds TSB said: “First-time sellers are now faced with some very tough challenges when trying to make their next move on the property ladder and many are finding it more difficult than getting on the ladder in the first place. It is vital that this group of home movers receive more support and attention as they play an intrinsic role in getting the housing market moving again.”

A recent study by HSBC also found that as many as 360,000 home owners are unable to move up the property ladder thanks to a combination of sliding house prices and more restrictive lending rules.

Those who bought properties in 2007 before the housing crash do not now have sufficient equity in their homes to trade up to larger properties, according to new research by HSBC.

Although most are not yet in negative equity, they do not hold enough of their home’s value to cover the required 10% deposit on a new property and pay associated moving costs, such as stamp duty, agent fees and legal expenses.

The problem has been exacerbated because the price of many first time properties has fallen faster than the rest of the housing market.

Demand from first time buyers has waned since lenders pulled out of the 100% mortgage market.

Mortgage lenders now require buyers to put down at least a 10% deposit, and even then these borrowers will be charged a higher mortgage interest rate than those borrowing 75% of a property’s value.

Peter Dockar, the head of mortgages at HSBC, said: “Those who have bought their first home can no longer rely on rising house prices to provide them with the deposit they need for their second.”

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British property owners are still throwing extra cash at their mortgage debt, encouraged by continuing BoE record low interest rates and the slowdown in the UK housing market.

UK mortgage debt fell by a record £9.1 Billion (GBP) in the second quarter of 2011 as consumers decided to improve their financial position amid uncertainty about the health of the economy and job fears, this trend continued into the 3rd Quarter of the year as well.

With savings accounts offering small returns thanks to the Bank of England (BoE) keeping base rate at a record low of 0.5% yet again, UK property investors, landlords and homeowners have used any available spare cash to make inroads into their mortgage debt.

The number of people drawing on the equity in their homes has fallen every quarter since spring 2008, with the second and third quarters seeing housing equity withdrawal hit its highest negative figure since records began in 1970

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