BREAKING NEWS! 10,000 Jobs Cut l Here's What You Can Do As A Property Investor To Avoid This

At the start of my career, I was £178,000 in debt before I got started in property investing.

 And it was the best decision I ever made.

 Even though things may seem uncertain right now, it’s never been better in the property market!

 We may be heading into a recession, but Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak announced a Stamp Duty Holiday on properties worth up to £500,000. 

 This means that it’s a great opportunity for property investors, new and experienced, to get onto the property ladder.

Find out how you can, even if you’re in debt by watching this video.

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About the Author

Kam Dovedi is a leading UK property expert. Known for testing, taking underperforming strategies and accelerating them, and teaching people how to create their own personal wealth, he has become the 'go to' person for investors and developers that would like to create, grow and accelerate their property investing and developing. Having been a property investor and developer for over 28 years, and having successfully implemented (and still does implement) a range of strategies from: buy to lets, HMOs, Permitted Developments, New Builds and Commercial Conversion means he has built-up a significant Multi Million Pound Property Portfolio. Kam passes his information, knowledge, and experience to his mentees in the Premier Property Inner Circle and people who read resources and attend training by Premier Property Education.

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