Swindon November 2016 Meeting
How to get in an Estate Agent’s ‘Little Black Book’ – Sally Cope
As Property Investors most of us talk and work with Estate Agents at some time. Unfortunately, a lot of Agents are not held in high esteem. This means you don’t get them working for you, which means that you don’t get the best deals from them. Do you know what you want from an Agent? Do you know what an Agent wants from you?
Sally Cope shows how to get deals from Estate Agents and to get them to work for you by calling you first! Drawing on her 10 years of experience as an Estate Agent, she explains their training, role and how to get the outcome you both want.
In this seminar you will learn:
• How to build a working relationship with an Estate Agent
• How to be the first person on the call list
• How to negotiate a deal through an Agent
By the end of the evening you will know how to get into the Agents' ‘Little Black Book’, leading to obtaining deals from agents.
ALSO… Which properties to buy to pay NO tax…… – Arthur Kemp
EXACT Business has been providing Capital Allowances advice for Simon and other PIN members for the last 6 years. As the tax world has moved forward, Arthur will inform attendees which properties are best to buy in order to maximise this valuable tax relief for all investors.
Arthur Kemp is the founder and Managing Director of Exact Business Taxation Services Ltd, Capital Allowances claims professionals, with a team of CIOT & RICS qualified surveyors and tax advisors behind him, he offers a highly specialised service in claiming property tax refunds.
His firm specialises only in Capital Allowances claims, and uses Accountancy, Quantity Surveying and tax law skills to maximise tax relief for property owners.
He will also explain that these allowances can be claimed on your property, and can be used against ANY income stream. Claiming does not affect your CGT position and he works with your existing accountant to make it a seamless process. With full Professional Indemnity cover and 100% HMRC success record this is all legislated under CAA2001 (Part 2).