Nottingham October 2017 Meeting
Building a successful property business – Andy Phillips
Join Andy Phillips at this month’s pin meeting and discover how to treat your property business, like a business. Success can be built into any business structure. All you need is the right mindset, tools and training to reach the top.
Andy became a property investor in 2001 and has worked with many property businesses, engaging with lots of successful property business owners. Also because of Andy's work in pin Academy, he has had the opportunity to interview hundreds of property experts, successful masterminders, business entrepreneurs and top investors. Each has a unique view on how they achieved success. Andy will be sharing some key learning’s from speaking and working with these highly successful people.
Andy's Business is as a digital and business marketing consultant who runs the digital marketing agency Digital Cascade. This means he works with many property businesses on a professional. He will be sharing how he has helped them find and engage with lucrative audiences and build their businesses using smart business practice and the latest essential tools and technologies.
The mix of focused mindset, systemisation and powerful technology creates long lasting successful businesses. So grab a pen and paper and point your property business in the right direction and make your own blueprint for success.
92% of tenants are searching online for their next rental, but where and how can I reach them? – James Davis
The vast majority of tenants – 92% – start their property search online.And more than 50% do so via their mobile, where image resolution is 400% higher than classified ads.
That shouldn't surprise anyone but are landlords changing their tenant finding strategies in response?
This talk looks at how to use the internet to minimise void periods, and save a tonne of cash on agents fees in the process.
James Davis CEO of Upad.co.uk will also explain what an 'online letting agent' is, and how it may impact your business. If you're still putting a flyer in your local newsagent window, James can help you.