PROPERTY SHOWS

Property investment companies use property shows to showcase their products to property investors.

There are many shows throughout the UK.

The shows typically have comprehensive supplier stands so it’s a good opportunity to meet the suppliers and perhaps get some good deals.

Property shows also offer free seminars covering a wide range of industry topics.

There is also the chance to network with other property investors.

Real life landlord and 5 Lease Option ‘Powerplays’

May Manchester Property Networking Club had a great real life landlord outline and a presentation on 5 great Lease Option Powerplays.
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Save huge amounts of tax!

The pin meeting was fantastic. Arthur Kemp showed how you can claim as much as 20% of the purchase price of a property in capital allowance tax relief. You can also claim 150% relief on contaminated land! It was a real eye opener!
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Simon Zutshi talks mindset at pin meeting

Simon Zutshi did an excellent presentation at the pin meeting. Discussing a great strategy for property investors and how to have the right mindset in 2010.
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John Lee - North West Property Meet

John Lee, Wealth Dragons, was presenting at the very first North West Property Meet on 19th January! Just a shame Vincent Wong couldnt be there.
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Grand Designs Live Discount Code 2for1 Tickets

The home and design event Grand Designs Live at ExCel in London is offering guests a 2for1 voucher code to save on ticket entry. Guests simply need to enter the code EARLYNEC on the booking page after choosing a weekday or weekend ticket. Guests can also call 0844 581 0771, quoting the code to get the discount.  This code can only be used until January 30.   See the booking page here: http://www.granddesignslive.com/home Guests will also be given a free show guide with their ticket. After validating the code online, weekend tickets will be reduced to £6.50 each, rather than £13. Likewise for weekday tickets, which will be £5 rather than £10. Tickets for kids aged 15 and under will need to be booked as well, even though they are free. The show will be going on from May 1-9 next year. Note that there is an unavoidable transaction fee of...
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