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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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Number of tenants Renting Property Set To Overtake Number of Home Owners By 2025

 

Renting To Overtake Home Ownership By 2025

According to a new prediction from the professional services network – Price Waterhouse Cooper, (PwC), the number of tenants in rented properties will outnumber the overall number of property owners with mortgages in less than a decade.

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Average PRS Rents Hit New High

Average PRS Rents Hit New High

Buy-To-Let Property Investors Benefit
From PRS Rent Increases

The average rent in the UK’s private rented sector has increased to approximately £757 (GBP) per month, the highest level ever recorded, as rental prices increase by 1.8% on the previous month.

The data is from the latest Buy-To-Let Index, published by LSL property services.

PRS rents are 2.1% higher than they were in September 2012 and tenant demand is still strong with lettings activity growing by 9.2% over the last 12 months.

Average PRS rents are now £13 (GBP) per month higher than the previous all time record set in October 2012, when monthly PRS rents averaged £744 (GBP) per month.

Nine out of 10 UK regions saw rents rise between August and September 2013 with the fastest monthly rise observed in the South East, where PRS rents are 3.3% higher than they were a month ago.

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Average Residential Property will cost

 £267,000 by 2018

Average UK Residential Property Prices Increase

Average UK Residential Property Prices Increase

Average UK residential property prices for 2014

are estimated to be 2.3% higher than in 2007

Forecasts from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) suggest that a typical residential property in the UK will cost an average of £227,000 (GBP) in 2014, overtaking the average peak price of residential property observed at the height of the housing bubble in 2007, for the first time.

The CEBR also predict that the average residential property price will be £222,000 (GBP) by the end of this year, 1.4% higher than average property prices reached in 2012.

By 2018, the CEBR expect the cost of a typical residential property in the UK to average £267,000 (GBP).

In 2014, the CEBR estimate that the Government’s Help-to-Buy scheme could raise UK property prices by up to 0.8% without having any appreciable impact on the current housing supply.

However, if the upward trend in residential property prices continues, it could lead to an additional 4,800 residential properties being built in 2015.

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Many people in the UK face long term renting because they cannot afford to buy a home of their own

Landlords Want Long Term Rental Tenants

In the UK long term property renting has become more of a necessity for those who cannot afford to buy a home of their own.
Millions of Britons have already resigned themselves to never owning their own home as they become more comfortable with the prospect of long term renting.

At the end of last year UK residential property rental prices reached the highest level ever recorded at an average £890 per month

This is good news for Private Rented Sector (PRS), landlords, as research from property portal FindaProperty found that

• 54% said that purchasing their own home was very important to them
• 38% said that owning a property is not critical
• 61% said they rent because they cannot afford to buy a home at all.
• 26% said they have no issue with the prospect of long term renting.
• 19%, of renters said they decided against buying a home because they could not afford to live in their desired area
• 11%, saying they choose to rent because of the flexibility it offers.
• 11% said they are waiting for the property market to stabilise before they consider buying.
• 6% have been put off buying because the type of house they could afford would be too small for their needs

For many people the decision to rent is less about finances and more about convenience.

It also found that more than half of the respondents currently renting don’t expect to buy a home until they are aged 40 or over.

Samantha Baden, property analyst at FindaProperty said: “A rented home doesn’t carry the same stigma as it used to. For many people, the decision to rent is based on the flexibility and convenience renting offers, and not necessarily because they can’t afford to buy. There’s no denying that home ownership is still a top priority for many people and for those looking to buy now could be a good time as mortgage rates and asking prices have both come down in recent years. However, there are still millions of people who don’t consider getting a foot on the property ladder as their ultimate aim. In these cases, renting a home can be the best choice for some people and allow them to live the lifestyle they want at a particular time of their lives.”

Landlords and letting agents can reap the benefits of the renting consumer trend by utilising the wide range of services offered to landlords and letting agents by Legal 4 Landlords including, insurance products specifically for landlords, Tenant Insurance, and Rent Guarantee Insurance.

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

UK property market shows signs of life

UK Property Market Is Still Alive & Well

The overall number of properties ‘Sold’ in November 2011 was up +1.4% compared to November 2010 and up +0.1% against November 2009.

November has seen the UK’s residential property market start its traditional seasonal decline according to data released from the Agency Express Property Activity Index.

But whilst month on month properties nationally achieving ‘Sold’ status in November were down -7.1% on October 2011 and the number of new ‘For Sale’ listings recorded were down, by -11.8%, it was the second smallest November drop since the Index began in 2007.

Encouragingly, the overall number of properties ‘Sold’ in November 2011 was also up +1.4% compared to November 2010 and up +0.1% against November 2009.

Regionally, there were some positive signs with four of the twelve regions bucking the seasonal trend and showing positive figures for the number of properties ‘Sold’ in November against the previous month.

The North East topped the hot-spots up +18.8% on October, followed by the South West up +15.7% and Scotland up +12.0%.

When it came to the regional ‘not-so-hot-spots’ for November, West Midlands was bottom of the table with a drop in the number of properties ‘Sold’ down -15.9%, the South East was down -15.1% and the North West was down -15.0%.

The seasonal decline was more evident in the number of new ‘For Sale’ listings recorded in November against October, with only one region generating positive month on month figures, (which was London) up +7.8%.

At the other end of the table the regional ‘not-so-hot-spots’ for new ‘For Sale’ listings were Central, down -26.9%, Wales down -25.7% and Scotland down -23.9%.

Disappointingly, the number of ‘For Sale’ listings in November 2011 were also down -1.1% on the same month in 2010 but up +11.0% on November 2009.

A good number of individual cities bucked the seasonal trend and experienced increases in month on month house sales compared to October.

Nottingham topped the ‘hot-spots’ with an increase in properties ‘Sold’ in November, up +27.0%, followed by Newcastle up +25.3% and Colchester up +24.2%.

At the opposite end, the cities recording the greatest decline in month on month properties ‘Sold’ in November were Coventry down -58.8%, Southampton down -42.3% and Norwich down -27.4%.

There was a similar picture for individual cities when it came to New ‘For Sale’ activity in November compared to October.

Colchester topped the charts with a month on month increase of +13.7%, London up +7.8% and Brighton up +5.1%. Coventry saw the greatest monthly decline in new ‘For Sale’ listings compared to October, down -46.6%, with Bristol down -45.9% and Southampton down -39.2%.

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