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No Mortgage Required with Simon Zutshi - 2nd December 9pm

No Mortgage Required with Simon Zutshi – 2nd December 9pm

Special Invite For “No Mortgage Required”

Free Webinar on 2nd December

We have just received a very interesting email from Simon Zutshi that he sent out to his PIN members email list and we have arranged for our readers to be able to listen in on his “No Mortgage required” webinar on Monday 2nd December 2013

This no cost webinar should be for PIN members only, BUT the information that Simon will share WILL benefit all property investors so we have asked that our readership be allowed to register.

We have already registered to secure our place and we hope you can join us, as the information Simon promises to share will help many people profit from property and could be the boost that many property investors are looking for!

Here is the email message…

FW: No Mortgage required!

Dear Mike,

I have a problem from which you can benefit.

Discover how to profit from property with no mortgage required from the author of Property Magic by Simon Zutshi

Discover how to profit from property with no mortgage required from the author of Property Magic by Simon Zutshi

In the latest edition of my book Property Magic I have added a new chapter all about how you can make cash flow and equity growth from property that you don’t own using purchase lease options. (Have a look at Chapter 6).

In that Chapter, I mentioned that I am writing a new book called “No Mortgage Required” which should be out by this Month. I have so many exciting projects at the moment that I am behind with writing the new book.

However, now is such a good time to be using options I want to share this information with you. The best way to do this is through
one of my No Cost webinars and so I have set a date for Monday 2nd December at 9pm.

This is going to be a very special webinar as I am going to share a tool with you that takes all of the confusion away from options. It makes
it very easy to work out the most profitable way of structuring any option deal.

This is a first!

The only other time I have shared this tool was at a one off £2,000 (GBP) 3-day Options Bootcamp that I recorded for my Property Mastermind delegates. We filmed that event so that I don’t have to do it again.

I am going to share this information with property investors who want real results for the very first time on Monday 2nd December at 9pm because I know that it will be of great benefit to all property investors.

To join me on this webinar just Click Here Now And Register

I hope you will join me on Monday night at 9pm.

Kind regards,
Simon Zutshi
Founder, Property Investors Network

PS. Please be aware that options DO NOT work in many cases and so on this webinar, I will teach you the signs to look out for to save you a huge amount of time and effort.

Click Here Now And Register

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Welfare Reforms Could Increase Fraud

Welfare Reforms Could Increase Fraud

The Government’s controversial welfare reforms will leave the benefits system more vulnerable to fraud, according to a group of MPs.

The Government decision to press on with welfare reforms means that Universal credit is set to be implemented nationally from October 2013 and replaces a string of existing benefits such as local housing allowance (LHA), housing benefit (HB) and child tax credits.

Changes to IT system for universal credit could make it harder to distinguish fraudulent claims from those that are genuine, and there are calls for the government to give swift assurance that the introduction of Universal Credit will not cause a rise in benefit fraud,

MPs issued the warning after a report by the Communities and Local Government (CLG) Committee into the extent of the welfare reforms highlighted several concerns about the new Universal Credit scheme.

The first trial of the new system begins on 29 April 2013 in Ashton-Under-Lyne, Greater Manchester.

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Many UK homeowners traditionally plan to do major DIY projects to their properties during the extended Easter break, in a bid to improve living conditions and also in the hope of increasing the perceived value of their homes.

However, a new survey from HSBC claims that DIY improvements are not worth it anymore as DIY projects were adding less value to a property than they were a year ago.

According to HSBC’s valuation experts, a loft conversion is the safest investment, typically increasing the value of a residential property by £16,152, although the gain is 23% down on 2011.

An extension could add £15,665 (3% down), while a new kitchen may boost the value of a home by £4,577 (19% down).

The only major home improvement work to increase the relative return-on-investment in the past year is a new conservatory, putting on an average £9,420 in value to the property, up 14% on 2011 figures.

The survey also highlights that regional variations need to be considered when tackling home improvements.

For example, a residential property fitted with a new kitchen in London should increase the property’s value by an average of £9,125 (GBP), compared with £4,300 (GBP) in North-East England and £2,333 (GBP) in Scotland.

Paul Cutbill, Valuation’s expert at Countrywide Surveying Services, says: “Whilst sensibly improved and well presented homes will generally be attractive to potential purchasers, rising labour and material costs mean that the gap between the cost of improving and monies realised at the point of any sale has been reduced. Poor quality work and a lack of proper design, usually resulting from inadequate project budgeting and planning, can have a significant negative knock on effect to any added property value”.

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