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How To Profit From Online Shopping With Amazon

How To Profit From Online Shopping With Amazon

How To Profit From Online Shopping
By Partnering With Amazon

Are you interested in profiting from the booming trend of online shopping that doesn’t involve affiliate marketing.

You see, according to a recent international study, the average British citizen will buy 21.2 items online in 2015, spending around £55.36 per purchase online.

And there’s a way you can profit from this, simply by partnering with Amazon.

 

How to make £1,000/month or more by partnering with Amazon

You won’t need any special skills, web site or email lists. In fact you can do this even with No Experience.

  • You don’t need to stock products.
  • You don’t need to sell anything yourself.
  • You don’t have to speak to customers.
  • You don’t even need to make a product.

Intrigued? Of course! If not then you should be!

The thing is, ordinary people are already profiting by partnering with Amazon, receiving a cheque from Amazon every 14 days.

And you can do the same.

  • Jackie’s Amazon business generates around £3,000/month in sales.
  • Neil had tried property investing and internet marketing. But he hadn’t been successful. Then he discovered Amazon. His Amazon business now generates around $25,000/month in sales.
  • Tumi has had her own Amazon business for around two years. It now generates around $50,000/month on the Amazon US web site. And around £25,000/month on Amazon UK.
  • And there are many ordinary people generating an extra £1,000 or more every month.
Could The Amazon Gold Rush Make You Rich?

Partnering With Amazon Is A Gold Rush!

How to make £1,000/month or more by partnering with Amazon

If you’re wondering why I’m quoting these figures in dollars and pounds it’s because some people offer their products through the Amazon US site, while others stick to Amazon UK.

Why are people making so much money with Amazon?

The reasons are simple. Amazon’s sales booming. They’ve jumped $50 Billion dollars (USD) in the last year. And are forecast to reach $200 Billion (USD) in 2017.

As shoppers we trust Amazon because we know we’re safe when buying through them. As a result Amazon is the largest ecommerce platform online.

And the only product Amazon actually own is the Kindle.

What this means is there’s huge opportunity for entrepreneurs such as yourself. That’s because there are over 120 million products available through Amazon UK alone. Never mind Amazon US, Amazon Australia and all the different Amazon sites in Europe.

Look, there’s not enough room in this short post to give you the nuts and bolts of this amazing Amazon opportunity.

That’s why you can download a special free report from the highlighted links.

Inside you’ll discover the four simple steps to generating an extra £1,000/month with Amazon.

There’s no obligation. No future commitment. Just the opportunity to discover if this Amazon opportunity is right for you.

How to make £1,000/month or more by partnering with Amazon

Here’s to your success

Daniel Wagner

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Land Registry Data Show Property Values Not Rising As Fast As PredictedLand Registry Data Show Property Values
Not Rising As Fast As Predicted

Data from the Land Registry’s House Price Index (HPI) in March 2014, shows that overall annual UK property values have increased by just 5.6%, taking the average UK property value to £169,124 (GBP).

The monthly change from February to March 2014 actually shows a property value decrease of 0.4%, however London saw property values increase by 12.4%, while the Eastern and North East regions experienced their greatest monthly rise, with property values rising by 1.1%.

Wales was the only UK region to experience an annual price drop of 1.6% and was also the only region that showed the most significant monthly price fall with values down 4.2%.

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Property Sourcing Revolution Report is causing controversy already and it hasn't been released yet

Property Sourcing Revolution Report is causing controversy already and it hasn’t been released yet

Property Sourcing Revolution Report

The UK’s biggest property buying educators, Progressive Property, have just released a fascinating training report and video guide on CD that shows how you can identify and snap up a house at up to £25k off the market value!

It’s revolutionary because it requires no ‘negotiation’ or ‘sales’ skills – You just need to know what to look for, using a major website that house buyers and tenants use every day.

The report is called “Property Sourcing Revolution” so click the link below and take a look.

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The report details examples of properties bought using the exact techniques laid out in the pages, and there is a detailed video training CD that accompanies the report to show you the exact how-to steps that the author used to find them!

What this report is NOT about!

  • This report has nothing to do with posting adverts in newspapers or putting ‘I Will Buy Your House’ stickers on cars in order to find cheap properties
  • This report is not about buying properties for £1, purchasing under someone else’s name or rent-to-buy or any other insider ‘tricks’ or ‘3 step secrets of the professional  formulas’
  • This report will not show you how to ‘click your fingers’ and ‘make millions overnight’ from property.

Let’s be realistic, that doesn’t happen in real life, otherwise everyone would be doing it!

The techniques described in this report are far better and much smarter than that!

This report will show you in detail how to quickly build up an expert-level of knowledge about your local area (or any area of the UK in which you’d like to buy a house)…

Allowing you to find and buy good properties quickly and easily at well below their market value.

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It’s already causing quite a stir on Facebook due to its controversial but easy to copy tips!

What’s more… the tips included in this report actually do work! (with plenty of proof provided)

I’ve read the “Property Sourcing Revolution” report and I would say that it is well worth a read, even if its just to discover the techniques that house buyers across the country are .

Rob & Mark from Progressive Property are giving a limited number of copies of the “Property Sourcing Revolution” report away to get some reader feedback before it goes on open sale in a few weeks time.

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If it’s not for you at this time, you’ll still be able to order this 24 page printed report and video training CD in a few weeks time when Progressive release it via their online shop for £47 (GBP).

 

2014 UK Property Prices To Increase Further

2014 UK Property Prices To Increase Further

UK Property Prices Continue To Increase

There could be more good news for UK property investors over the coming months as projections for the rest of 2014 indicate that property prices are set to rise even more, providing the potential of greater Return On Investments (ROI).

Since the UK housing market crash in 2008, UK property prices slumped and were depressed for some time afterwards due to uncertainty in the economy, however, the end of 2013 saw the UK property market spring back to life.

According to data from the Halifax House Price Index (HPI), there were over 1 Million residential property transactions in 2013 for the first time since 2007, and residential property sales increased for the ninth month in a row in December 2013,  30% higher than in 2012.

The data from Halifax is great news for property owners and shows that the UK property market is well and truly back on its feet.  So, if you’re a property investor who is planning on investing in property in 2014, you can expect to see property prices continuing to rise.

2014 started with residential property prices on the increase and more people buying and selling. The introduction of the 2nd phase of the Government’s Help-To-Buy scheme in October 2013 allowed property purchasers to get 95% Loan-To-Value (LTV) mortgages, heralding the return of the first-time buyer to the UK property market. 

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Property Asking Prices Collapse In NovemberProperty Prices Rise At Fastest Rate For 6 Years…Or do they?

The asking price of property is supposed to be rising at the fastest rate for over 6 years, according to Rightmove, however, asking prices actually dropped by 2.4% during October, all but wiping out September’s 2.8% gain. This is the third dip in property prices in 2013.

UK property owners have raised the asking price for their properties by 4% compared to this time last year, marking the biggest annual rise in residential property prices since the financial crisis and property crash hit in 2007.

The average asking price that UK vendors want for residential property now averages around £246,237 (GBP), according to Rightmove, compared to £252,418 (GBP) in October.

It is worth pointing out that residential property asking prices usually fall by approximately 3% in November ahead of the festive season traditional slowdown.

So with residential property asking prices falling by just 2.4% in November suggests that the recent upturn in housing market activity will cushion the predictable seasonal drop.

Rightmove say that buyers still have a wide choice of property types to choose from as the UK property market is holding up relatively well for first-time buyers, as the number of flats and terraced properties on the market has declined more slowly than the number of detached and semi-detached properties this month.

Property prices in the East Midlands were 7.4% higher than they were in 2012, averaging £168,873 (GBP), outpacing property price rises in London.

The average asking price for a residential property in London is over three times greater than property values currently are in the East Midlands and asking prices in London have risen by 6.9% year-on-year, to reach a typical average value of £517,276 (GBP).

In fact residential property asking prices have increased across most UK regions apart from in the North, where residential property prices have dipped by 0.5% annually to average just £141,426 (GBP).

Property prices in Wales dropped by the smallest amount, down by 0.4% to reach a typical average of £165,110 (GBP), while desperate property vendors in London have dropped residential property asking prices by as much as 5% since October.

Rightmove said that traffic to its website has increased 30% in the last 12 months, a sure sign of growing demand from would-be property buyers. The property portal also said that the stock of unsold residential properties has fallen from an average of 71 per estate agency branch one year ago to 67.

Rightmove Director, Miles Shipside, said: “Estate agents expect a more buoyant 2014 as they pick up early signs of an increase in buyer interest and demand, so this side of Christmas could be the time for eager property buyers to hunt out keen property vendors and strike a deal. However, agents’ challenges differ wildly depending on local market conditions. While some are really concerned about future sales because of a lack of fresh vendors, others report vendors getting too brave too early on their asking price aspirations in less active parts of the country, potentially stifling a property market recovery before it has got going.”

The infographic below shows the increase and decreases in residential property asking prices in November 2013 compared to October.

Property Asking Prices Collapse In November

Property Asking Prices Collapse In November

Source: Rightmove.co.uk

Inspirational Speakers Make MoneyCould You and Your Property Business Benefit From Inspirational Speaker Training?

Property investors who attend property networking events around the UK already know that speaking at gatherings of like minded people is a very powerful strategy that can set individuals and businesses apart from all the competition, speaking at events can also attract ideal clients; turn you into the ‘go to person’ in your property niche and make earning money a LOT more easier and enjoyable experience. 

Even professional speakers can make a few killer mistakes. No matter how good their content is or how expert they are in their own subject when they make these mistakes it kills their performance as a speaker, and you DO NOT want to be making them.

The problem is there are only a very few property people who can actually present effectively, and very few of them are willing to share their secrets. 

So what happens if you speak to an enthusiastic audience, give them great content but at the end of your speech no one takes any action. 

It could be that you wanted them to buy your new property book, or enrol on your latest workshop or even to just register for your newsletter. 

The truth is no matter how good your property product or service is no one will buy from you unless you learn the strategies to influence your audience and get them to take action. 

But, that is ALL going to change now… 

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Residential Property Sales Hit Three-Year High

Residential Property Sales Hit Three-Year High

Residential property transactions in the UK reached their highest level in three years, as would be buyers begin to take advantage of the continuing record low interest rates and the increased availability of residential mortgage loans, according to a survey of estate agents.

The monthly market survey from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) found that the increased availability of cheaper residential property mortgages and home loans has been boosted by the Bank of England’s (BoE) Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS) and this in turn has led to a pickup in residential property transactions.

Surveyors reported that many agents have sold an average of 17.4 residential properties to new first time buyers in February – up from the previous average of just 16.8 in February 2013, but property transactions remain significantly below the unprecedented levels reached in the early-mid 2000s, at the height of the last UK property boom.

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Property Buyers Who Beat Stamp Duty Deadline Are Laughing All The Way To The Bank

Property Buyers Who Beat Stamp Duty Deadline Are Laughing All The Way To The Bank

Her Majesties Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have reported that there were 466,000 home sales in the first six months of 2012.

The data released by HMRC shows that there were 10% more residential property sales, in the first 3 months of the year, than in the same period of 2011 when there were 425,000 residential property sales, and 2% higher than in the second half of 2011 when there were 458,000 residential property sales.

The increase in residential property sales had been widely attributed to the end of the stamp duty holiday in March 2012, and now the HMRC data has confirmed it.

Until the end of March this year, first-time buyers purchasing property under £250,000 were not required pay the stamp duty tax.

The residential property sales figures support the HMRC data, with sales dipping 11% between the first and second quarter of the year.

Many property pundits had predicted a flurry of activity from first-time buyers before the end of the stamp duty holiday in March, but the increase in the amount of First Time Buyers taking positive action and purchasing property was greater than many expected.

The notable increase in prospective first-time buyers in the first three months of this year, eased drastically following the closing date for the stamp duty holiday and now residential property sales interest from first time buyers has waned compared to 10 years ago due to the lack of affordable mortgage finance available to them and the large amount of money needed to be able to put down a deposit on residential property, often up to 50% of the property’s purchase price.

First Time Buyers, who have finance in place, are like property investors, they want to put their money in and invest in property regardless of stamp duty or any other form of tax.

It’s almost as if they know that there is money to be made from property

The Bank of England said that successful mortgage approvals have dropped below the six-month average, according to new data.

The previous six-month mortgage approval average was 53,000 leading up to April 2012 but the figures only amounted to 51,823 successful mortgage applications being recorded, despite lending approvals being up by 1.5% from March to April of this year.

The stamp duty exemption that ended on March 24th 2012 is thought to have boosted the UK residential property sales market with many First-Time Buyers (FTBs) keen to snap up residential property and reap the benefits before the deadline date.

Figures also showed that more people remortgaged their homes in April 2012 with over 30,000 successful applications going through, which is above the recent average.

However, the UK property sales market is now expected to slow again, as banks become more reluctant to approve residential property mortgages and many have increased the criteria required for a successful mortgage application.

This has been put down to the difficult position the banks find themselves in amidst the current Eurozone crisis, the unstable UK and global economy and further regulations for the banks when it comes to lending.

Residential property prices across the UK slumped in April, according to the latest Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) housing market survey.

Across the UK, 19% more chartered surveyors reported property valuation falls rather than rises in house prices.

Expectations for future residential property prices also reached their lowest point with a net balance of 17% more respondents predicting further drops.

Demand from potential buyers was relatively flat during April 2012 as 5% more surveyors reported increases rather than decreases in new buyer enquiries (from +10% in March).

Meanwhile new instructions were stable as 1% more respondents reported falls rather than rises in new residential properties coming up for sale. Whilst the trend may appear flat, the level of supply has not seen any significant drops since July 2011.

April’s property transaction levels entered negative territory for the first time since September 2011, as 6% more RICS surveyors across the UK reported decreases rather than increases in transaction levels.

London was the only part of the UK to observe a residential property prices rise, while the West Midlands and Wales saw the most significant declines.

Whilst the RICS predictions for future property prices saw a notable dip, expectations for transaction levels once again remained positive with a net balance of +15% more respondents expecting sales to rise over the coming three months.

Global Director for Residential Property at RICS, Peter Bolton King, says: “With the recent surge in activity brought on by March’s stamp duty holiday coming to an end, it is unsurprising to see that prices across much of the country are continuing to fall. Renewed concerns over the economy and talk of a double dip recession dominating the headlines in recent weeks may well have served to undermine consumer confidence. What’s more, the continuing lack of affordable mortgage finance is still hindering many first time buyers who cannot afford to get a foot on the property ladder.”

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