by Simon Zutshi
0:05 AM, 22nd June 2023, About 6 months ago
At some point, most people will run out of their own deposit money, and that is when they think they have to stop investing.
With the current falling property market, more and more great property deals are becoming available every week, so it’s a great time to invest, as long as you know what you are doing.
Simon Zutshi, founder of the Property Investors Network and author of Property Magic, has announced that he will be buying more property in the next 6 months than he has in the last three years (when prices were booming) and he will be using other people’s money to do it because all of his funds are tied up in other projects.
With just a few private investors who have money sitting in the bank doing nothing for them, you can secure all of the property deals you want.
These are all frequently asked questions, which Simon answered last week when he ran a live online Masterclass about “How to raise all the money you need for your property investing”.
Unsurprisingly, it was one of the most popular webinars in the last 12 months.
He doesn’t normally release recordings of my live online Masterclasses, but he is making an exception with this one because it is so important that you understand how to raise private finance and realise that it is far more straightforward than you may think.
If you missed it last week, this is your opportunity to benefit from this high-value training at no cost, to open your mind and see that you can fund all of your property deals with other people’s money, even if you are new to investing.
This recording will only be available to watch for the next few days, and for your convenience, there are a few different times you can select to watch the replay.
Don’t allow a lack of funds to get in the way of you achieving all of your property goals.
How would you feel if you knew you had all the money you needed to buy the property required to replace your income?
Stop wasting time, because right now, in 2023, it’s a great time to be buying property.
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