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How To Make £1000 Profit Per Property

Every Month!

 

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How To Really Profit From Property

 

This may seem like a pretty bold claim, but rest assured

 it is 100% genuine!

This revolutionary new property investment strategy has been kept under wraps for the last 12 months and the savvy property investment entrepreneurs who created it have been testing and tweaking this incredibly simple property investment strategy, racking up stacks of success stories in the process… 

Using this simple strategy, property investors and existing landlords …that’s You
(…yes YOU, and anyone else in fact…) can make up to £1000 (GBP) cash profit per property per month! 

No BS, no false claims, no misdirection or smoke and mirrors…

100% GENUINE!

Using this strategy Peter Singh went from not owning any properties and only having a few months’ worth of day-job savings… to having a property investment portfolio of 6 properties with a monthly cashflow of £6000 (GBP)

…that’s an average of £1000 per property per month  

Peter being interviewed by Rob Moore - the creator of this new strategy

Peter being interviewed by Rob Moore – the creator of this new strategy

 …and it was all done without using a single mortgage. 

Zero to £6000 per month income (after costs) in just 10 months! 
 

Sound too good to be true? 
 

Well, this revolutionary new strategy is explained here- Take A Look Now

(it’s surprisingly simple… but very effective): 

It’s called “Multi-Let”. You just need to know a few simple steps to make it work… and it’s ready for property investors and landlords to implement NOW. 

This strategy will make You money if: 

  • You are NOT getting the cashflow you want from your property investment portfolio
  • You’re struggling to secure a mortgage for your property investment deals
  • You are failing to raise finance to buy properties
  • You are frustrated by the time it takes to buy, renovate, and let a property

…do any of those sound familiar? 

Multi Let Without The Sweat!

Multi Let Without The Sweat!

It’s no surprise. These common sticking points held back new property investors like Peter, until this strategy was explained to him.

Now he makes £6000 per month cashflow from just 6 properties. 

And You can too. No mortgage required!

This new strategy solves ALL of these common property finance problems and the cashflow from this strategy is some of the highest possible in today’s rental market.

THIS complimentary PDF shows you how – Take A Copy NOW, and you’ll realise exactly how this simple strategy works 

It’s easy to follow, and gets straight to the point

A Multi Let Property Investment Strategy That Works!

A Multi Let Property Investment Strategy That Works!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No mortgage, Just high cashflow!

It’s easy to get started. FIND OUT HOW HERE!

 

UK Buy-To-Let landlords experience a stable 3rd quarter of 2012

  • 91% of UK Buy-To-Let landlords think that tenant demand in the UK is either stable or increasing.

    Rental Yields Up, Tenant Demand Up - UK landlords Are Happy!

    Rental Yields Up, Tenant Demand Up – UK landlords Are Happy!

The findings come from the latest Paragon Mortgages PRS Trend survey and a huge number of landlords surveyed reckon that tenant demand was either stable or growing.

  • Only 6% of landlords who took part in the survey said that, in their opinion, tenant demand was declining.

Landlords also reported an average property portfolio size of 12.5 properties in the third quarter. In terms of expectations, landlords anticipate this will increase to 12.9 properties in 12 months’ time.

  • Stable and healthy yields were achieved in the third quarter, with a reported average of 6.2%.
  • Professional landlords achieved a higher average yield than smaller-scale landlords, 6.6% compared to 5.2%.
  • Landlords are expecting to retain a stable yield for the foreseeable future, forecasting an average of 6.2% in 12 months’ time.

68% of landlords who agreed to take part in the survey said that their rental income had remained the same during the third quarter, whilst 27% said that rents had increased, just 5% of landlords had experienced a decrease in rent.

The average void period slightly increased to 2.8 weeks compared to 2.7 weeks in the 2nd quarter of the year, however void periods continue to remain low and have not exceeded three weeks since mid-2010.

Landlords are set to continue expanding their property investments in the final quarter of the year, with 16% planning to expand their rental property portfolios.

  • 58% are expecting to buy flats/maisonettes or terraced houses
  • 30% semi-detached houses
  • 21% are looking to buy detached properties.

John Heron, Managing Director of Paragon Mortgages, said: “It has been a stable quarter for landlords. Yields have remained healthy and at a consistent level for the past 12 months. It is not surprising that landlords are continuing to see high levels of tenant demand and I suspect this will continue into Q4 and the coming year. The PRS is under increasing strain with the growing shortage of homes in the UK, housing policy needs to focus more on motivating private landlords to grow their portfolios to better meet demand.”

There Will Never Be A Better Time To Invest In Property

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