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Why Successful People Have A Mentor

Why Successful People Have A Mentor

Why It Is Worth Having A Mentor If You Want To Be Successful 

Over the 14 years that we have been in business, in various industries, we have had our share of ups and downs but there has been one thing that has remained constant throughout our journey, and that’s having a mentor to call on.

We have always looked to people who have achieved a great deal of success in their chosen fields, as they have skills and experiences to share that are invaluable, be that in business, property, life or even to just participate in a hobby, we have mentors influencing many aspects of our lives, and it has helped us reach success in all of those aspects.

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Matthew Moody

6 Figure Business Circle Mentorship with Matthew Moody

The 6 Figure Business Circle with Matthew Moody 

Have you ever just wanted to hold up your hands in frustration, and walk away from this crazy “property thing”?

Are you tired of trying to make sense of the “latest, greatest, this week’s money-making” nonsense that you keeps getting thrown at you from every angle?

Have you really wished that someone, somewhere would take you by the hand and walk you through the exact step-by-steps you need to take to make your property business work like all the “property experts” tell you it should?

Do you wish you had someone that could help instantly and turn things right around – not this month, not this week, but literally this minute?

Well, today is the first day of the rest of your life then, and I know just the person to help you do that – Matthew Moody.

The truth is – property investors work in a very isolated environment and it can often be hard getting answers to your questions.

If you’ve known Matthew for any length of time, you know that he tries to offer as much one-on-one help and advice as he can.

So many of you have emailed and called Matthew, asking for advice and guidance. He’s been in business for almost twenty years now and has spoken to literally hundreds of you online, on the phone and in person.

It’s safe to say that having been able to give up his senior executive role (making six figures per year) to creating a six figure a year business running full time from home, then he must know how to show the average person how to make this whole crazy property thing work right, and work right without wasting a whole load of both time and money.

Matthew didn’t get this far by accident!

Having said all that, here’s where you should really pay special attention.

You see, I’ve spent the last 6 months on the 6 Figure Business Circle and it really works! Being part of the course has helped me regain my focus, structure my time better and streamline my business practices to the point where property deals are being thrown at me from every direction, its fantastic!

Matthew has spent 12 months or so perfecting the 6 Figure Business Circle Mentorship Programme for investors just like you.

It’s been giving people consistent and dramatic improvements in their bottom line.

And that’s where you come in….

Matthew is opening up his next “6 Figure Business Circle Programme” to just ten more hungry for success investors on a VERY personal, one on one level.

Does that sound like something you could really benefit from?

If so, then here is your chance to get all the help you could ever possibly hope to get from someone who knows exactly what you should do first, second and third.

This could well be the year that all your hard work in property finally starts bearing some very nice fruit.

If you feel you are THE person reading this who is totally ready and willing to take action right now, this minute, then Matthew needs to hear from you.

If you’re serious, then email Matthew immediately at:

mailto:matthew@wealthsuccessalliance.com?subject=Pick-Me

and please provide the following details:

* Name & Phone Number

* Fill Matthew in a little bit more on exactly what kind of help you need – no leads coming in, don’t know where to start, super tight budget to work with, scared of investing in the wrong area, running around like a nutter, don’t have anything automated, problems with cashflow, don’t know how to finance a property etc?

* Matthew needs to set up a time for you to call him.
Let Matthew know the best times to speak on the phone. This part is VERY critical – if you want to be considered, you WILL need to speak to Matthew.

He is going to be very selective in who he picks to work with, and there will be an interview process. Matthew wants to make sure that you and he are a good match for each other, and that you understand all the advantages you would gain by being selected for this project.

* Fair warning – these vacancies will be filled in record time – just like they always do the few times a year that Matthew has room to take on new mentoring students…

So it would be a really smart idea to call Matthew right now at Wealth Success Alliance – 01604 630527 if you are interested. The early bird will indeed catch the worm here, so to speak.

Matthew is not too worried about your experience or anything else but you must be willing to invest in your property business. He does need to know that you are teachable, trainable and you are ready to move forward with your property business right here, right now.

Again, to be considered for one of these “success story” mentoring spots, you need to either

mailto:matthew@wealthsuccessalliance.com?subject=Pick-Me

or call Matthew right now at 01604 630527

Matthew can only help ten more of you out of 19,598 people who read Spotlight every month, so move fast if you are interested.

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The UK may need an extra 1.1 Million private sector rental properties within the next 4 Years

The number of people renting homes in the UK Private Rented Sector (PRS) has almost doubled over the last ten years, increasing from 2.5 Million tenants in PRS properties in 2002 to 4.8 million tenants today.

‘Rental Britain’ – A new report from Savills estate agency and the property portal Rightmove, predicts that one in five households could be in Private Rented Sector (PRS) property by the year 2016.

That would require an additional 1.1 Million rental properties to be made available for rent to new tenants.

The report may be gloomy reading for the UK Government but it is great news for thousands UK landlords who have already secured their rental incomes using specialist products and services for landlords, such as, Rent Guarantee insurance.

The ‘Rental Britain’ report forecasts that £200 Billion (GBP) investment in property will be needed, but says that only £50 Billion (GBP) of this is expected to come from buy-to let-funding, with the gap filled by institutional investment in new purpose built rental accommodation, but the report says that this needs to be recognised by the planning system.

The report also states that a shortage in supply is making some regions of the UK unaffordable, with PRS rent rises averaging 5.2% across the UK during 2011.

The report estimates that during 2011, working tenants paid around £48 Billion (GBP) in rent to private landlords, and this is expected to rise to around £70 Billion within the next five years.

Lucian Cook, director of Savills residential research, said: “Meeting the growing demand for private renting and the changing profile of tenant demand are perhaps the greatest challenges facing both the housing industry and policy makers. The dynamics of supply and demand make a great case for investment in this sector, and rising rents and lower capital values have begun to attract private investors back into the market. Investment returns relative to other asset classes will dictate the pace of investor entry to this sector.”

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Private rented sector property rents in the UK are only expected to rise moderately in 2012, remaining almost in line with inflation and salary increases, according to the Belvoir rental index, which records monthly and annual rents across the popular letting agents 140+ UK offices.

Their data shows that in the UK, property rental fluctuation is very regional and this is likely to continue throughout 2012, with areas such as the South East likely to see a higher increase as residential property rental prices force people out of London into the Home Counties.

Dorian Gonsalves, Managing Director of Belvoir Lettings said “With regard to other areas of the UK I think rents will be relatively stable and increases are likely to be very modest. Landlords should be realistic and it is worth noting that, according to the Belvoir rental index, many areas have still not recovered to the level of rents that were being achieved in 2008. I predict that increased rents and stable or decreasing house prices will result in increased rental yields in 2012. However, this is clearly very dependent on the outcome of the Eurozone crisis and its impact on credit and borrowing. The current crisis is making consumers nervous, which will affect both the buy to let and mortgage market”.

A recent phenomenon noted by letting and property managing agents across the country is the occurrence of “double renting”, (homeowners who are struggling to sell are letting out their existing home to provide an on-going income stream and then moving to another lower cost rental property).

Double renting helps avoid the stamp duty and legal costs that are associated with buying and selling, enabling savvy homeowners to remain invested in the property market until the situation improves and sell at a profit.

“I believe that for reasons of flexibility, mobility and budget, 2012 will see a shift towards more people viewing renting as a preferred lifestyle choice rather than a necessity. By renting a property people are able to plan their spending much more accurately and have the flexibility to follow job offers etc. These factors are becoming increasingly important, particularly in the current financial climate. Because of the regional variations in rental yields it is very important for landlords to talk to specialists who understand the local market, as buying in the wrong area could be very costly. We are able to report on regional markets rather than providing a broad brush approach, which is not particularly helpful from a property investment perspective”, explained Mr Gonsalves.

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Private residential renting on the decline?

UK PRS faces mounting rent arrears

The demand for Private Rental Sector (PRS) residential property and the rise in the number of tenants struggling to meet their rental payments on a regular monthly basis is expected to see the decline of the UK residential property rental market.

According to the latest lettings survey from the Association of Residential Letting Agents, (ARLA) 55% of its members reported more tenants than available properties in the last quarter of 2011, down on 74% reported in the previous quarter.

39.2% of ARLA members reported an increase in tenants struggling to pay their rent, over the same period, a figure up from 36.7% the previous quarter.

President of ARLA, Tim Hyatt, said: “With household income decreasing and job uncertainty prevailing, it could be that increasing rental arrears is a sign that the wider economic malaise is having a tangible impact on personal finance – some consumers may have reached the limit of their access to finance, while others may be cutting back as many commentators have predicted. We are reassured by the fact that the number of new tenancies is stable, but we will be watching the market closely in the coming months to determine how significant these latest figures will prove to be”.

The number of First‐Time Buyers (FTB) able to secure finance isn’t expected to significantly increase during 2012 so the demand for the limited supply of private sector rental accommodation will only continue to rise. It won’t be long before rents will resume an upward trend.

With the mortgage market still facing more financial fallout from the Eurozone crisis and the wider economy remaining sluggish, UK credit conditions are unlikely to ease significantly in 2012. As household income become even more stretched during the course of the year, it is expected that the current rental boom will begin to decrease outside of prime areas in the latter half of this year.

With the numbers of tenants having trouble paying their rent being on the rise, UK Landlords are encouraged to use Rent Guarantee products from reputable suppliers such as Legal 4 Landlords as a means to keep their rental income flowing in.
If you are a Landlord who lets a property then you run the risk of rent default by your tenant. Even the best checks and references cannot predict a tenant falling on hard times and not being able to pay their rent. Could you cover your expenditure if this happened?

In the current economic climate, many landlords are finding their default rates soar as tenants struggle with rising unemployment and increased bills. Recovering arrears can be difficult and costly for landlords, without any guarantee of success.
At Legal 4 Landlords, our Rent Guarantee Insurance will cover you against your tenant defaulting or failing to pay the rent

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