So you are where you are in your property journey and want to go further, higher, faster… but you’re stuck and just can’t go forward. You feel like you are treading water and going backwards, at the same time! This blog will tell you why you are stuck and how you can get going again…fast.
How hard is it really to buy a property? Given thought, effort and application, it is not some huge difficult thing to buy a house…to live in or to rent out as an investment.
Selling a property can be throwing away hundreds of thousands of pounds – perhaps millions. I know it, I have done it! Of course, if as a newbie investor, I knew then what I know now, it would have been a completely different story…
A “property millionaire entrepreneur” is an entrepreneur owning property assets worth £1 million or more, with absolutely no limit as to the size their property business can grow. Have you ever wondered what are the special skills and resources needed to jump from being an ordinary landlord to a property millionaire entrepreneur?
There seems little doubt that the key to doing well in real estate is having the right mindset…and in particular the ability to form and sustain good property habits – regular and settled ways of doing things, especially ones that are hard to give up. This blog considers the ins and outs of good, powerful and profitable property habits.
Do you want to make money from property but feel social media is not really helping you? Do you see it as a two-edged sword ? Helpful to find out about opportunities and build contacts, but taking up a vast amount of your time unproductively? End result – you feel the social media tail is wagging the property dog? Frustrating, isn’t it?
Always blame yourself for your failures. It is easy to blame others, but chances are blame lies closer to home.
Are you one of those free spirits who live for today and think tomorrow will look after itself . Well, I have got some bad news for you…
Best use of time is essential to success in any business, activity or endeavour or just making the most of life and its never ending challenges.
It sounds odd, but it is probably true. The real reason stopping you from buying your first property – whether as a home or an investment – is probably not your lack of a deposit or your inability to get the mortgage you need.