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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.
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).
For many property investors, a significant benefit of buying a property at an auction is that it enables them to avoid the usual house buying chain. The result of bypassing this traditional route can be considerable time and cost savings.
If you’re seriously thinking of entering the world of property investment, take a few minutes to think honestly about your personal attributes. The question is – do you have the commitment, stamina and positive outlook necessary for success?
Would you like to go to work through choice rather than necessity?
Paul Merrick has been financially free for a number of years, having established a successful property business with a mixed portfolio of residential, retail, commercial, industrial and greenbelt, which is worth a seven-figure sum.
In the recent budget announcements there has been a lot of discussion around how the budget plans will affect the property market and the way we invest in property in the future. As a long established form of investment, property is an asset many people are starting to look to, ad why shouldn’t they? It can provide a lucrative second income, or even replace your main income entirely if managed correctly. But if hundreds of people start to flock into the housing market, how will that affect your revenue stream? Today we waned to take a look at how this budget will affect your investment plans, and how you can make the most of it.