Profitable Commercial to Residential Conversions & Three Step Formula to Achieving Maximum HMO Profits
FREE invitation to the May Luton Property Investors Network (PIN) Meeting – Tuesday 24th May – Meet new and experienced landlords and investors.
Profitable Commercial to Residential Conversions
Joe & Jane Harling will be presenting “ We can help you to Massive & Passive Income!”
Their main strategy is converting Commercial property to Residential and Title splits.
They will be sharing their experiences, what sort of properties to look for, how to know if it's a deal, how to plan and exit the project safely and profitably, in a relaxed presentation that will be for those completely new to property or experienced investors alike.
Three Step Formula to Achieving Maximum HMO Profits
Having the right foundations in place before starting your HMO Property journey is key to ensuring your investment achieves the best possible returns. Too many people rush into buying property without the right knowledge and skills, which can often result in a nightmare project and disappointing returns.
In this 25 minute talk Tracey will be sharing with you the three key areas that you must consider when it comes to HMO investing:
By the end of my presentation you will:
Of course there will also be the usual great networking and opportunities to meet and share ideas with like-minded property people, both before the meeting at 6pm, and then again during the break and after the meeting in the bar. So bring along plenty of business cards and arrive early so you not only get the best seat, but also have more time to meet the best people!
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Daniel Bourke is the owner of Belvoir Lettings Dunstable and in his previous career in Architecture he was an Associate in a leading London Architectural practice