Cardiff February 2018 Meeting
How to make the leap from a small refurbishment project to a big one – Andrew Featherstone
All property investors love to see a real life example of a refurbishment project – why the property was selected as being suitable, what the potential was, what the problems were, how the project was funded and an analysis of the figures.
Andrew Featherstone will talk through one specific example of a refurbishment project and show how the layout was changed to add value to the property, using a low risk, low capital strategy that he has used many times to build his portfolio.
He will then go on to explain how these principles can be used to make the leap into much larger scale refurbishment projects, sometimes using Joint Venture structures.
Andrew is very experienced and creative in spotting the potential that others might miss in a property and then exploiting it to ‘add value’.
ALSO… Transfer your Pension Fund into Property – Mike Holt
Have you ever thought of buying property with your pension but didn’t know how or where to start? If so, then this is the pin meeting you need to attend!
Pension changes in the 2014 budget now mean that your pension has become one of your most valuable assets. It’s time to really make your pension grow in value!
Have you left your pension festering in poorly performing stocks and shares for years or do you take little notice of the annual statement, either because it is too difficult to understand or because historically you had no interest?
A Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) will allow you to invest in a broad range of property classes but what about the myths surrounding costs and the type of property you can buy?
At this month's pin meeting Mike Holt is going to introduce you to the simple concept of using that money to buy land and property with the view to growing the value of your pension substantially.
During his presentation you will learn:
- How to invest in property with a pension of just £35,000
- How to protect your pension by taking security over property
- How to manage your pension and property yourself
- How to swap stock market volatility for a fixed annual income
- How 2014 budget changes affect your tax position
Buying property with your pension is not a new concept it’s just that you’ve never been told about it before. If you have ever paid into a pension then this talk is not to be missed.