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Richard Faulkner

Jack said:
Has anyone been on one of these inside track seminars where they teach you
how to build a substantial property portfolio?

http://tinyurl.com/brepj
Mate of mine went, (a solicitor), and he said that they were bulling up
the market, (i.e. creating lots of reasons why it might be good to buy
property now!!!), and then I would guess they will get you to buy their
own investments at inflated prices.
 
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Tumbleweed

Jack Ryder said:
Has anyone been on one of these inside track seminars where they teach you
how to build a substantial property portfolio?
The saturday telegraph, property section, has an article on these type of
things. It might be available on line.
 
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John Bishop

Tumbleweed said:
The saturday telegraph, property section, has an article on these type of
things. It might be available on line.

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Out of curiosity, I went to the free one. Everyone tells you you can be a
millionaire, what they forget to tell you is that you will end up owning a
million pounds of highly leveraged property, probably bought above true
market price. I would be happy with £100k of property if it brought me a
good margin. they never talk about margins, just buying "cheap", and using
puported increases in value to re-mortgage and buy more.

Highly dodgy in my view.

John
 
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Craig Barns

Jack Ryder said:
Has anyone been on one of these inside track seminars where they teach you
how to build a substantial property portfolio?

http://tinyurl.com/brepj
can I suggest you pop along to www.fool.co.uk and have a look at their
property management board, you'll get much better advice.

I'm bl**dy suprised you're even considering an investment in property at the
moment following 8 months of reported falls from *probably* the largest
asset bubble the country has ever seen.

http://property.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,14049-1575510,00.html

But then you weren't asking for investment advice per se so I should
probably shut my big gob!
 
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Ronald Raygun

Richard said:
Mate of mine went, (a solicitor), and he said that they were bulling up
the market,
You mean they were talking a load of bull?
 
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Richard Faulkner

Ronald said:
You mean they were talking a load of bull?
Not sure if you're joking or not.....

Notwithstanding the fact that we are probably at a peak, they came up
with good reasons to buy now..

E.g. the pension change next year will encourage lots more money into
the market.

Still massive pent up demand, choosing not to buy right now.

Etc....

As you say, a load of bull <g>
 

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