How to become a property investor (part 3)

This week it’s the final part of our mini-series, How To Become A Property Investor. Having covered the main concepts in the last two parts, this week we got right into the nitty gritty of:

  • Finding your first investment
  • Arranging finance
  • Surviving the legals
  • Getting it tenanted
  • Sitting back and counting the cash!

This week’s resource will help you with those rare situations when a company will insist that you send them a fax. Instead of begging, crying a bit and trying to explain the concept of email to them like we usually do, next time you can just use Free Fax To Email.

Bookmark it for one of those rare but annoying occasions when it’ll save you going off in search of a shop with a fax machine you can use. But seriously, couldn’t we just pass a law flat-out banning fax machines and save a lot of silliness?

In our news this week we have two tales of one city: on the one side, London’s most expensive property development is being planned, with an anticipated price tag of £300 million. Yet on the other, Foxtons’ profits have fallen (and I’m sure we’re all playing our tiny violins), suggesting that the “normal” London market isn’t in such great shape.

It’s always tough to figure out what’s going on with the London market, but these are two more data points to add into the mix.

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