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Creating lasting and valuable business partnerships is something our property mentors often talk about during our courses. It’s these relationships that form the solid foundation of many a successful property investment business.
To flourish in property investment do you need to be a risk taker? Or will you be more successful if you’re risk averse and take a cautious approach?
How do you define success in property investment? A steady income? Long-term capital growth? Achieving financial freedom?
Many property entrepreneurs at the start of their investment journey have failed to ask themselves this vital question: What do you consider to be a successful outcome? This is a big mistake because you’re going to need motivation along the way. Knowing that you are gradually getting closer to your defined goal gives you the encouragement you need to persevere.
5 Reasons to utilise the tools, strategies and industry expertise provided by experienced property mentors
With our training schemes and programmes, we share more than just different types of property investment strategies.
If you’ve been thinking about property investment but are unsure where to start – or you’re already an investor and considering your next move – then let us provide you with some inspiration.
At Property Mastery Academy, we teach investors about various strategies to use within the property market.
Here’s what our property mentors have to say.
Some of the highest returns in property investment, in terms of buy-to-let, can be made from HMOs (Houses of Multiple Occupancy).
In 2015, Property Mastery Academy’s Mark Lloyd spoke to Rob Dix at Property Geek about investing in property further afield, and the advice Mark gave is just as relevant today as it was then.
With uncertainty over Brexit and interest rates set to remain low, one of the key growth areas where you can still experience strong capital gains is property investment.
As mentioned in our last post, HS2, the planned high-speed railway linking London, Birmingham, the East Midlands, Leeds and Manchester is having an impact on property prices in the Midlands.