Win a collection of signed Property Books

Enter our 2011 competition to win a great collection of Property Books.  This is our 6th prize, to be drawn in September. All subscribers of Just Do Property are already entered into the 2011 Competition.  But you can gain more entries by recommending friends to subscribe to our site.  The more friends who subscribe the more entries you will get. Its easy to subscribe for free, just click here: http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/2011_prize_competition Enter for a chance to win: A signed copy of Simon Zutshi’s “Property Magic” A signed copy of Martin Robert’s “Making Money from Property” Rent to Buy by Wendy Patton;  Rent to Sell by Wendy Patton. To be drawn in September 2011 Value: £60 We have 8 amazing prizes to win in the competition. For a chance to win, simply subscribe: http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/2011_prize_competition
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Sarah Beeny writes for Just Do Property; New change in HMO planning laws? 25% Discount off Lease Options Course; Dragons Den, Diary of a Land Finder Virgin!

.style1 { font-family: Verdana; } March 31st 2010 Welcome to our newsletter, the very last one in March, where does the time go??  Were looking forward to a long Easter Weekend. Site Updates Sarah Beeny has written an exciting article for the Just Do Property website.  Read about Sarahs view on the buy to let market in 2010 and her top 10 tips for buying to let. http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/property/the-buy-to-let-market-in-2010-1958   We have a new FREE Ebook available. Jim Haliburton has written an excellent guide on the possible change in planning laws for HMOs which could happen in April.  Download the Ebook  (How Multi Let Landlords can profit from the change in Planning Rules) here: http://www.justdoproperty.co.uk/strategies/hmo   We have a new pop up on our tool bar.  Click on Recent Blog Posts on the bottom bar to view all our recent posts. Product of the Month Our Product of the Month is...
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What kind of properties are sold at auction?

  They are sometimes unusual or quirky properties that will not normally sell through estate agents and that are difficult to value or compare and really need to attract property investors, cash buyers or people looking for special deals. However, there are also perfectly standard properties that are being sold via this route – and you’ll also find a large proportion of mid range and first time buyer development projects in the pages of the auction catalogues. More recently, I’ve seen new build properties coming into the auction rooms as well, as developers are ‘off loading’ some of their unsold stock - and as an unfortunate result of the credit crunch, banks and lending institutions also put properties that they have had to repossess from the owners into auctions to realise some value against them quickly. This mix of stock can be regular semi detached, detached and terraced houses, flats and...
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Free signed book - Martin Roberts "Making Money from Property"

ENTER INTO OUR MONTHLY FREE PRIZE DRAW A signed copy of Martin Robert’s book ‘Making Money from Property’ will be given away in our monthly prize draw. Martin’s book retails at £9.99 and you can get a FREE signed copy. All subscribers to Just Do Property who purchase a minimum of £50 of products (including training/mentoring etc) will be entered into the draw. Simply email us with details of your purchase and you will be entered. The prize will be drawn monthly and the winner notified by email.
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Pre and Post Auction opportunities - Martin Roberts

  The intention for properties that are being put up for auction is that they are sold on the day of the auction. That’s one of the great things about buying (or selling) a property at auction – there’s no long, drawn out sales process – instead the property is sold to the person offering the highest bid on the day. However, not all properties are sold in this way – and it is very common that during an auction where any number of properties may be up for grabs that a percentage of them do not get sold. There are a number of different reasons for this: 1. The property is withdrawn from the auction after the catalogue has been printed (there could be any number of reasons for this including the vendor accepting a pre-auction offer – see below)   2. The bidding on a property doesn’t reach...
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Property Investment Seminar, ticket sales donated to rebuilding Haiti fund

What if you could listen to seven of the UKs top property investment strategists on one day and in one place? Maria Davies, one of our expert writers has organised an event with all ticket sales going to the rebuilding Haiti charity. The event she has organised sounds like great value for money and attendees will also be supporting a great cause. Announcing the must-attend event of the year for every property investor… On 13 March, 2010, in Central London, SEVEN of the UKs TOP PROPERTY INVESTMENT STRATEGISTS line up to offer you a full NINE HOURS of property investment training, sharing the tips, strategies and techniques theyve used to make their fortunes in the business without the usual upselling. All these incredible speakers are giving up their time to train you AND raise funds for the Haiti rebuilding efforts. This one amazing day will be compered by BBC "Homes Under...
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The Process of Buying a Property at Auction

The process of buying a property at auction can be an exciting way to secure your dream property, but it isn’t for the faint hearted. Things can happen very quickly in the auction room and you need to have done your homework beforehand in order to bid confidently and avoid paying too much. Good planning is key at this should start with an understanding of what will happen on the day.   Prior to the Auction   Find the property from the Auction catalogue or online. Once you have identified property that you would like to bid on, you should check it out legally. The vendor’s solicitors will have prepared legal packs containing (where applicable) special conditions of sale, title deeds, leases and searches to help you make an informed decision. If you need further legal information you should contact the vendor’s solicitor – the details of which are usually provided...
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