Property investment in the UK is awash with training courses offering "expert" training on all aspects of the subject and all the various strategies, some very questionable, at very differing costs from a few pounds, to a few hundred/thousand pounds, to many thousands.
All have one thing in common. All are unregulated and delivered by trainers/presenters who may not have any experience in property investment training, or any training for that matter, and also may have very little if any practical experience in any aspect of property investment.
PIO is the 1st Website to publish Independent Reviews of a wide range of Property Investment Training Workshops & Courses identifying and promoting the “worthwhile”, warning against the “worthless”.
Reviewed Training is also available to PIO-Plus Members at a Discount.
To obtain the discount a Student must become a Member of PIO-Plus, cost £10 PCM, the course booking is then made from inside the members area but direct with the course organiser.
To find out more about the way PIO reviews you can follow the link here.
So browse through the reviews below and let us know what you think.
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- Law & Regs (33)
- Let & Manage (10)
- Marketing (9)
- Money (23)
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Review Synopsis pin’s 1-day “Property Investing quick start” training is designed for “thinking about it” and “novice” investors and covers, in some detail, all the basic areas that are needed before stepping up a gear and buying into more detailed technical training. I remember delivering a similar Whitney training in 2002 and asking a student whether he would be upgrading
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Review Synopsis Another very technical and Advanced Strategy Workshop, “Lease2Let & LHA” delivered by Mike Frisby, a good trainer with evident practical “on the ground” experience who has obviously read the LHA small print, thought through the options, both “out of the box” and creatively, bringing both property knowledge & tenant-demand into his thinking. So often what appears relatively simple
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Review Synopsis Bridging Finance is a highly technical subject often not properly understood by even experienced investors and also feared by many to the extent that a policy of avoidance is often advised, which needs to be overcome, as it is commonly agreed that power lies with the cash buyer and, as was explained, Bridging means Cash. As is borne