Baker Street Property Meet – Wed 31st May – Deal Analysis Clinic


In a rising property market, you can buy almost anything and the rapidly rising market, will ensure you make a profit. However, over the next few years the recent changes to buy-to-let taxation and uncertainty over Brexit negotiations, will result in slower annual property price inflation over the coming years.

Professional property investors treat property price inflation as icing on the cake and don’t factor it in to their profit calculations when assessing a potential deal. Property price inflation is something which is outside the control and influence of the property investor.

Professional property investors ‘make their money when they buy’. This is done by knowing exactly how to assess and analyse a property deal and to creatively structure it so it’s profitable from day one.

In the current market where property price inflation will slow down, a ‘make your money when you buy’ approach to property investing will be of paramount importance to your success.

At this month’s Baker Street Property Meet, we will be showing you how to assess, analyse and structure three types of property deal in today’s challenging market conditions:

1) A House In Multiple Occupation Deal;
2) A Commercial To Residential Conversion Deal Under Permitted Development;
3) A Planning Gain Deal

Ranjan Bhattacharya and Vanish Patel, who together have 35 years’ experience, will run a interactive session where they will share how they analyse and structure these three deal types.

This is a ‘Must-Attend’ event for anyone serious about investing and profiting from the wealth of opportunities in today’s property market.

…And of course there is the valuable opportunity to network with 230 property entrepreneurs at the UK’s largest and number one property investors networking meet. This event will be very popular so book your place early.

(We can accommodate a maximum of 230 property investors. This event will be very popular so book your place early!)




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