I Got DOWNVALUED

I wanted to share this super inspiring story with you because… …getting to where I am now with this property took so much hard work, dedication, continued passion for what I know was the right deal… and a whole lot of strategising. In this podcast, I will go through the whole process of buying the…

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The Truth About Valuations + An Unusual Property Investment Strategy

I’ve invited David Hunt, my fellow UCEM Valuations Lecturer to come and discuss all things valuations, his super interesting and diverse career AND his unusual property investment strategy. It’s great to be able to offer an insider’s take on property investment; meet David, a chartered surveyor, a lecturer at UCEM and friend of mine in…

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Why Commercial Property Investment

In this week’s podcast, “Why Commerical Property Investment”, I’ve invited Greg Hunt from the Clem Dodson Associates (And my Masters Level Property Management Module) to discuss why Commercial Property Investment is awesome AND where and what to invest in right now. Have you ever thought about getting into commercial property? This podcast is a super…

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We need to be cautious…

I’m not one to scaremonger. In fact, this isn’t me scaremongering… so when I’m talking about caution I just want to make sure that you will be OK to weather any pending storm.   Think of this as you taking precautions.    We know that Brexit has gone to hell in a handbag. Whatever happens,…

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Grit, persistence, the bad times and the good times… how to stay mentally healthy as a property investor – With Sarah Hall

Happy Tuesday, Have you ever wondered how investors make property investment look so easy on Instagram, when you feel like your success path is out of control? Do you feel like if you continue the way you are going, burn out is going to strike? Has it left you feeling like property just ain’t your…

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How to Retire in 19 Years

I really hate to burst your bubble, but within the next 10 years, the retirement age is going up to 67 for both men and women. Are you really looking forward to working for that extra 2 years… that’s an extra 4,032 hours if you take into account you are roughly working 42 hours a…

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