Hosted by Fraser MacDonald on the 4th Tuesday of every month at the Crowne Plaza. Attendees can expect first class speakers and great networking opportunities.
Registration opens at 6pm.
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Your regular dose of property insights written by Simon Zutshi
your bi-weekly dose of property insights written by Simon Zutshi
pin Blogs ARE LIVE!
your bi-weeky dose of property insights written by Simon Zutshi
your regular dose of property insights written by Simon Zutshi
Blackfriars September 2019
How to find deals using property auctions - Piotr Rusinek
Piotr Rusinek is a London-based property investor and sourcer who specializes in buying and selling properties in auctions and enabling other investors to leverage auctions to make substantial profits.
At this month's pin meeting, Piotr will be explaining how he is using auctions to find deals. Buying and selling in auctions is completely different to buying and selling through agents. Piotr will be sharing about those distinctions and also showing case studies of interesting auction deals he was involved with.
By the end of the presentation you will be inspired to pick up an auction catalogue and start searching for deals!
ALSO... How to get 20% above market rent - Matthew Layton
Join Matthew during his 25 minute presentation where he will share 6 key learnings that helped him achieve 20% above market rent on his first HMO. And, how you can use these on your current and future projects.
You will learn:
- The systems he has to make sure he is always thinking about the customers who will stay in his rooms
- How to avoid first opinions that could add £10,000 to the refurb budget
- How to get your trade team to be right first time
- Who you need to surround yourself with to succeed in your property journey (it can be lonely)
By the end of the evening you’ll have an idea of what you need to consider before you start work on your next project and how to get the most out of your properties.
First time investors will learn from the mistakes or near-misses Matthew has made. Experienced investors will reminisce about similar experiences in their past but may pick up a tip or two.