Hosted by Jacquie Edwards & Gillie Barlow on the 1st Thursday of every month at the Jurys Inn. Attendees can expect first class speakers and great networking opportunities.
Registration opens at 6pm.
For the past 5+ years Gillie Barlow has been running the Oxfordshire Property Investors Network (pin) meetings on the 1st Thursday of each month at Jurys Inn Godstow Rd, Oxford OX2 8AL.
Oxford July 2018 Meeting
Bigger JV’s (Joint Ventures), smaller risks – Jo Rogers
At this month’s pin meeting, Jo will allow you to understand some of the concepts and details necessary to make sensible and informed decisions before you secure investments and provide you with videos that will allow you to take action on immediately.
During Jo's presentation you will learn:
- How to objectively score your joint ventures throughout the process to reduce emotional decisions
- Understand your own risk profile so you know what works for you
- How to mitigate your risks so you can increase the size of your joint ventures with greater peace of mind
- How to maintain control of your business or major investment
ALSO... Stepping up from buy to let to commercial refurbishment - Philip Bailey
Commercial to residential, large refurbishment projects and build to rent are becoming increasingly popular as an investor strategy. Large schemes require professional advice to solve design and construction issues. This part of the process can be a complex and costly undertaking. It is vital that you get it right.
As an architect and property investor, Phil Bailey is well placed to provide an insight into the complex world of development to help guide you through some of the essentials. At this Pin event, Phil will discuss some of the key decisions that you need to make to embark on a development.
This will include:
- Putting together your team
- Working with funders including Crowd property
- Preparation for construction works
- Getting your timing right
- Maximising your profit
- The golden rules for a successful project
By the end of the evening you will have a better understanding of development as an investment strategy