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Property Investment Quick StartProperty Investment Quick Start With Simon Zutshi

Would be property investors who want to get their investment career off to the best start in 2015 should consider joining Simon Zutshi’s Property Investment Quick Start Programme (PIQS) to help them achieve amazing results.

Simon Zutshi’s PIQS programme teaches new and seasoned property investors how to buy property using none of their own money!

As many property investors will testify, there has never been a better time to make money in the UK property market, if property investors know what they are doing!

One of the most profitable ways to invest in property is to purchase from motivated sellers, who are more than happy to sell you their property for less than the true market value.

This allows property investors to make instant equity profits from day one, as well as positive monthly cash flow as well as long-term capital growth.

There are still thousands of property owners who need and want to sell their property but they can’t because there are just aren’t enough buyers in the market.

First-time buyers don’t think they are able to buy even with the aid of the Government’s Help To Buy scheme, and amateur property investors are waiting until they are certain that the market has recovered and is on its up way again before they buy.

What this means for you is that there is a HUGE opportunity, as long as you know what you are doing, and start taking action now!

After just one day with Simon Zutshi, property investors will know exactly how to profit in the current property market whilst minimising the risks.

On the one day “Property Investing Quick Start” (PIQS) seminar, Simon Zutshi will share with property investors the benefit of his successful property investing experience, as he has been in property since 1995 and has already helped many thousands of investors personally since 2003.

Property investors will know exactly what to do and even have their own action plan to make sure that they really do get a quick start!

To discover more about Simon Zutshi’s Property Investment Quick Start Programme and find out what the four biggest property investment problems that stop investors from benefiting  are – CLICK HERE!

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Internet Marketing Guru - Daniel Wagner

Internet Marketing Guru – Daniel Wagner

The Next BIG Thing (property investors take note!)

We have just got off the phone with top Internet Marketing Guru – Daniel Wagner, you may remember that he was the jovial host of the Progressive Property Super Conference at Wembley last year,  and a very knowledgeable businessman!

And we are extremely excited about what he’s just told us:

Daniel’s been teaching a group of VIPs at the UK’s biggest property training company how to generate enough income to build a deposit for properties (as in £15k – £20k’s worth of cash) by simply posting product listings on Amazon for small, everyday items that make £10 – £20 profit PER SALE…

I know that sounds STUPIDLY simple but he’s got no problem backing up the claim with proof.

Daniel forwarded us this iPhone screenshot message from one of the property investors he’s recently taught:

how to build a deposit (as in £15k - £20k’s worth of cash) buy posting product listings on Amazon for small, everyday items that make £10 - £20 profit PER SALE

How to build a deposit’s value in cash buy posting product listings on Amazon for small, everyday items that make £10 – £20 (GBP) profit PER SALE

Isn’t this crazy??

Quick, regular lumps of cash simply by posting listings on Amazon.

It’s working so well because the marketplace on Amazon is VAST and no-one else in the UK knows how this works – No, nothing to do with owning a website, or being affiliate, or any of that stuff.

But look, let Daniel explain what you need to do…

He’s offering to teach another group of property investors how to do this:

Full details of how Daniel and his property students are doing it HERE

He called me to ask if our blog readership and MPPT subscribers would like to be offered the training…Of course, we said YES!

He’s asked that we DON’T explain everything he told us; we couldn’t anyway as we were on the phone for a good hour talking about it and there was so much to take in, but if you are interested, please click on the link below so that Daniel can send you more info.

 Full details of how Daniel and his property students are doing it HERE

Daniel Wagner is the only business owner providing this kind of income generation training in the UK and it’s never been revealed before in this country, so please take action now, before the all the available places are taken:

We don’t want you to miss out on this.

Bear in mind he’s teaching active property investors (who have very little spare time as it is) how to do it successfully, making the first £1,000 (GBP) income starting from nothing, in just a few weeks.

And the guys who have been doing it for 6 months are now making over £7,000(GBP) income per month from this – that’s more than some of them are making through owning and operating property businesses!

Full details of how Daniel and his property students are doing it HERE

Another ‘sold out’ monthly workshop.

Another ‘sold out’ monthly workshop.

One In Five Property Buyers Pay Over The Asking Price To Secure Purchases

One In Five Property Buyers Pay Over The Asking Price To Secure Purchases

20% Of Property Buyers Are
Willing To Pay Premium Prices

One in five buyers willingly paid more than the original asking price for a residential property during the month of March, as the competition in the UK property sales market continues to heat up, according to the latest data published by the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).

According to the NAEA data, the average number of residential properties available for purchase through estate agencies across the UK has fallen for the sixth consecutive month (March 2014) resulting in the number of properties available for sale reaching an almost a 10-year low.

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Overseas Property Investors Targeting UK Property Bargains

Overseas Property Investors Targeting UK Property Bargains

Overseas Property Investors Know A Bargain When They See  One!

There has been a great deal of debate about the impact of overseas property investors and foreign nationals purchasing property within the city of London, driving up property prices and giving the UK housing market a boost.

Foreign property investors purchased up 75% of new residential property developments within the central London area during the last 12 months, although many developers argue that many of these residential properties would not have been built without the up-front cash from overseas property investors.

According to data from Knight Frank, foreign property investors also purchased 49% of all properties valued over £1 Million (GBP) in central London during the same timeframe, and new residential properties accounted for just 20% of these property transactions.

The 10 most expensive post codes in central London are SW1, SW3, SW5, SW7, SW10, W1, W8, W11, WC2 and NW1 had 3,477 residential properties for sale.
70% of these properties were valued over £1 Million (GBP)

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UK Residential Property Prices Are Still Increasing

UK Residential Property Prices Are Still Increasing

UK residential property prices increased by between 0.3% and 0.6% in June depending on which house price index is viewed

Figures released by Nationwide and Halifax have some disparity; however, both report that residential property prices are increasing. 

Nationwide report that UK residential property is valued 1.9% higher than a year ago with the typical UK home worth £168,941 (GBP). 

Halifax report that UK residential property is 3.7% higher than in the same three months of 2012.

The data from Nationwide shows that the southern regions of England, especially London, continued to record stronger rates of property price growth and London also tops the table of property price growth in the second quarter index.

Overall the price of a typical residential property is up 1.4% compared with the same quarter in 2012.

10 of the 13 UK regions saw annual property price rises in the second quarter of 2013, however, Northern Ireland is still the worst performing region with property prices down 2.1% in the second quarter of the year.

London property prices increased by 5.2% compared with the second quarter of last year and the city has seen the greatest recovery in property prices of any region with prices now 5% above their 2007 peak at £318,214 (GBP).

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New Help to Buy scheme may not be much use to first-time buyers as property prices continue to rise

New Help to Buy scheme may not be much use to first-time buyers as property prices continue to rise

Help to Buy scheme may boost

UK property prices
but may not be much use

to first time buyers

The controversial Government incentive scheme “Help to Buy” set for launch on 1st January 2014 is designed to aid first time buyers with property purchases and in turn this incentive could boost the UK residential property sales market without being of any real use to first-time buyers.

Morgan Stanley have issued a forecast that UK residential property prices are expected to increase between 8% and 13% before the end of 2014 and the bank reckons that its forecast is “supported by government policy”.

The investment bank’s prediction follows a warning by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) which says that the Help to Buy scheme offering 95% mortgages, due to launch in January 2014, could pump up UK residential property prices but would not necessarily increase the supply of available residential property.

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Hi My Property Power Team readers…

Top property sourcer, trainer, property coach & author Mark I’Anson wants to help you on your property investment journey

Dominate Your Ground by Mark I'Anson

Dominate Your Ground by Mark I’Anson

Mark has designed a one day workshop which will help you find motivated sellers, convert these leads into property deals and then support you to either grow your own property investment portfolio or become a property sourcer. 

In the workshop Mark will take you through his straight forward process which enables you to maximise your property investment and business resources. He does this by focusing on one area for your properties which reduces your entry costs and get better results. 

Mark will work through this process together with you, which will enable you to tailor it to your needs. You will gain confidence in speaking to vendors ….. This day will also give you a range of transferable skills as the content can be used as a “bolt-on” with many other property investment strategies.

  • Are you starting out on your property journey?
  • Or part-way through?
  • Are you confused by all of the strategies out there?
  • Are you looking from some new ideas or just losing motivation?

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UK Is A Buyers Market As Property Values Increase

UK Is A Buyers Market As Property Values Increase

UK property investors have known that the day would come when the rest of the country’s population would cotton on to the fact that there is money to be made from property.

With newspapers and television media reporting that UK property values are experiencing the strongest annual growth for nearly two years, there is little doubt that the UK public will be able to ignore the facts for very long.

The media reports are based on data from the UK Land Registry, showing the average cost of residential property in England and Wales increased by as much as 1.1% to £162,561 in September 2012, the biggest year-on-year rise since November 2010

The majority of the public have been made aware of the upward trend in house values and now believe that the UK housing market will favour buyers rather than sellers, over the next year.

The thoughts of the general UK public are also backed by new research from the Halifax, however, only 9% of people feel truly positive about buying and selling property in the near future, suggesting the UK market may still remain quiet for some time yet.

56% of respondents think it will be a good time to buy property within the next year, and just 11% believe it is the right time to put one on the market.

Halifax said that the UK was gradually becoming more optimistic about property price rises, although most people still believe any price variation within 2013 will be relatively small, with two thirds expecting fluctuations of around 5%.

The national average property valuation has begun climbing gradually again since May 2012, after a year-on-year price drop was recorded in every month between January 2011 and April 2012

62% of people believe one of the biggest challenges remains finding the money for a deposit on property, and 30% said mortgage availability would still be a challenging obstacle.

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According to new research by the Halifax, detached properties have increased in value by an average of £642 (GBP) per month over the last 10 years.

Property investment figures released by the Halifax, showed that the average price of a detached property in the UK has grown by 38% or £77,000 (GBP) to £282,211 (GBP) since the second quarter of 2002.

It is the largest cash increase in value compared with all other property types.

The past decade has seen the average price of terraced houses grow by 41% to £151,568, while the average price of both semi detached properties and bungalows has grown by 37% to £165,565 and £185,365 respectively.

The best-performing property type since the financial crisis hit in 2007 has been the humble bungalow.

In the past five years, bungalow prices have fallen by just 19% to £185,365, compared with a 21% decline in the average price of a detached property and a 24% fall in the price a semi-detached.

Martin Ellis, housing economist at Halifax, said “Although property types have fallen across the board, the worst hit were flats and terraced homes. These types are particularly popular with first-time buyers and their sharper price falls probably reflect the difficulties that those looking to enter the market for the first time have been facing.”

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According to the latest property report from property advisors Colliers International, the UK is still seen as a safe haven for property investment.

The Colliers report shows that overall property transaction levels remain fairly limited as property investors take stock.

London continues to lead the way for the UK for international property investment, however, regional markets are seeing some movement and prime rental yields are stable.

In the residential property sales market property price declines are expected to be modest in 2012 as banks and other lenders begin to push up mortgage rates.

Director of research and forecasting at Colliers International, Walter Boettcher, said: “The UK economy remains flat with GDP in the first quarter of 2012 falling by 0.2% quarter on quarter. In contrast, the weighted average of purchasing manager indices over the first quarter was 54.5 consistent with economic expansion. Retail sales volume rose 0.8% over the quarter; and unemployment improved slightly, falling from 8.4% to 8.3%. Capital markets showed few effects of the announcement. Positive news from the US and successful bond auctions in the Eurozone suggest that weak performance is accompanied by stability. The downside has already been factored in and other data sources suggest greater underlying strength. The French election has also had a very limited effect. If anything, the result has boosted safe haven property investment both in the UK and Europe”.

UK investors are facing stiff competition from foreign markets as international property investors, who are able to obtain finance, look to the UK for bargain property prices and high rental yields

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