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  1. Hi everyone, Back in April I went to my first property workshop event run by Rich Dad Education based on Robert Kiyosaki’s Book ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’. I was brainwashed into signing up for the 3 day training event which cost £997 and I could bring a friend along too. When I got home I did some research online and realised it wasn’t worth paying £997 as most of the 3 day course was an up sell to buy their their more expensive academy course. So I begun the process of getting a refund back from their sponsor company Legacy Education Alliance (Legacy EA). Their office is in Richmond,
  2. Hi all, I'm looking to start expanding my portfolio after being an accidental landlord for the last few years, but am struggling with sourcing purchases. Have gone through through the training on thepropertyhub and propertygeek websites, which both have been really useful, but am still wondering if the properties I'm finding are good choices and what I should be paying for them. I came across Susannah Cole's website thegoodpropertycompany after listening to her interview on the propertygeek podcast (which I really enjoyed and can happily recommend btw) and have seen that she does a wor
  3. Hello all, I have started reserching HMOs as I feelit would be a step in the right direction and a good addition to my current portfolio. A name that keeps popping up is Jim Haliburton. I can recall a few years ago the BBC followed him around for a week or so to show what he gets upto. Having stubbled across his website I found Jim puts on workshops/learning weekends for would be HMO landlords which includes advice on finance, how to split rooms, how to source deals and a tour around some of his HMOs etc. It is priced at £597.00 for the course which runs on a weekend. I was wondering i
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