NEW PODCAST: I tried to sell a property at auction – this is what happened

Everything you need to know about buy-to-let

For free!

Why should you join this live property investment webinar? 

It’s simple really. We’ve spent several years educating new and experienced investors on how to successfully invest in property (for free). 

And now we’ve taken all the best need-to-know bits and have condensed it into a 20-minute, jam-packed session – just for you. 

Your complete guide to the buy-to-let strategy is right here.

If you’ve ever wondered if bricks and mortar are still a concrete investment, and you’ve considered dipping your toes into the buy-to-let world, this webinar is for you.  

We can’t promise that you’ll get rich quick, but we can promise that you’ll walk away with a greater understanding of how buy-to-let works, the different ways you can go about it, the pros, the cons and even your potential returns. 

If you’re just getting started in property investment or you’re raring to go, these 20 minutes will be invaluable in setting you up for success as an investor, plus you’ll walk away with a tonne of free resources to really solidify what you’ve learnt. 

Book your free virtual place

Frequently asked questions

No – just be prepared to soak in all the information you’re given. You’ll be sent a list of all the free resources we recommend via email after the webinar.

When you register you’ll receive an email with your unique link on there. If you’re unable to attend, there’s a ‘cancel registration’ button at the bottom which will cancel your place and open it up to someone else.

We’re pretty sure you’ll agree that it’s worth it – and the price is actually comparable to a lot of those lower-quality magazines anyway.

We’ve capped our webinars to give everyone a chance to ask their questions. If you’re unable to book, this means that the webinar is at maximum capacity and you’ll need to choose a different date and time.
Unfortunately, we’re unable to give individual advice to everyone on the webinar – as much as we’d like to. There are other ways you can ask questions: you can record a question for Ask Rob & Rob or you can submit your question to be answered in the Sunday Times.