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"Janet asked local estate agents to sell the partly built apartments: 'They refused to take them on as they said their values were too low for them to sell on the current market"

Don't understand this sentence - since when has the value of a property been "too low" for the market

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"Janet asked local estate agents to sell the partly built apartments: 'They refused to take them on as they said their values were too low for them to sell on the current market"

Don't understand this sentence - since when has the value of a property been "too low" for the market

Yeah I didnt get that too.

This janet bird sounds Like a Loyds of London name, happy when their winning and whining when their losing.

Ive heard ad's on the radio for firms like these. If its such a good idea why are they giving it away?

Well they aint giving it away their selling it, and apealling to greed and the type who fall for the Nigerian scam and the new lottery one too. ----> http://www.stopecg.org/lottery.htm

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"Janet asked local estate agents to sell the partly built apartments: 'They refused to take them on as they said their values were too low for them to sell on the current market"

Don't understand this sentence - since when has the value of a property been "too low" for the market

they probably mean that this is a bad time to market the property and that they should wait till next Spring's bounce when prices will pick up and rocket back up to 20% yoy... ;)

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they probably mean that this is a bad time to market the property and that they should wait till next Spring's bounce when prices will pick up and rocket back up to 20% yoy... ;)

Its partially built! Who on earth is going to buy a half built house in the current market unless its a real bargain.

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they probably mean that this is a bad time to market the property and that they should wait till next Spring's bounce when prices will pick up and rocket back up to 20% yoy... ;)

:lol::lol::lol::rolleyes:

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By coincidence I received literature this morning from Inside Track inciting me to financial ruin. It makes gruesome reading:

"I am living proof that property is the fastest and safest way for the ordinary person to become wealthy. And by 'wealthy' let me state exactly what I mean. I mean at least £1,000,000 in property assets within 3-5 years of you starting. And that's just step one, of course. You can go on from there if you want-£3 million, £10 million-it's up to you. My own goal is £50 million by the time I am 50 (£1 million for each year of my life"). (His emphasis)

I've tried all morning to work out how to attach scanned documents to the post. If you want to read more I'll need to know:

1) The best file in which to save the scanned document (eg txt?jpg? etc;) I have it currently in bitmap (don't ask). The doc has pictures on it

2) How to attach it to the forum. Ive done the browsing bit but the doc isn'yt attaching. I think i've save it in the wrong type of file.

I've tried several ways but it ain't happening. Google doesn't help either.Can't find instructions on the website.

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By coincidence I received literature this morning from Inside Track inciting me to financial ruin. It makes gruesome reading:

"I am living proof that property is the fastest and safest way for the ordinary person to become wealthy. And by 'wealthy' let me state exactly what I mean. I mean at least £1,000,000 in property assets within 3-5 years of you starting. And that's just step one, of course. You can go on from there if you want-£3 million, £10 million-it's up to you. My own goal is £50 million by the time I am 50 (£1 million for each year of my life"). (His emphasis)

I've tried several ways but it ain't happening. Google doesn't help either.Can't find instructions on the website.

Well £1 million of gross assets is not difficult all you need to do is find an idiot willing to lend you a £1 million to spend on property. A £1 million of net assets (after liabilities) is a rather different beast. To get that it was probably best to start 10 years ago (at the last trough) or wait 6 years and start then.

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I've managed to copy most of the text from the brochure. Charts and pics are missing and some text.But You will get the gist of this nonsense:

Start From Scratch Live on Easy Street Instead of Struggling For a Living!

Dear Friend,

Are you sick of the daily grind? Tired of working hard for little reward and sick of never having enough to make ends meet?

At last there is a way out...

Have you noticed how ordinary people are quietly getting wealthy through property? How even your taxi driver and window cleaner mention their 'buy to let flat'? Ever thought "Huh? How did he manage to buy

investment property?

They discovered the way out ...

Have you ever felt you were being left behind? Isn't it your turn to get rich?

My name is Jim Moore. Eleven years ago, I was broke, toiling for a pittance, massively in debt on a government pension? (credit cards, bank loans, HP you name it, I had it). 1 was utterly sick and tired of the daily grind.

Sure, my job was okay in parts. I even liked some something about it. I didn't want fantasy riches.

bits of it .

1 wanted freedom from debt crippling month on month debt Visa, bank overdraft, HP interest being piled upon interest final demands for payment,threats of CCJs. You know the situation, I'm sure. Now I am debt free (apart from commercial loans to fund portions of my property portfolio those are not the sort of debts I am talking about. I am using the awesome power of OPM Other People's Money to make myself incredibly wealthy. You could do this with our help.) It is hard to believe that just a few short years ago I was a humble wage slave with zero prospects. Now 1 have transacted millions of pounds worth of property deals and amassed a private fortune. I even buy and sell entire football g rounds!

Now I have the car of my dreams, a wonderful private house (worth £1 million+) and all the cash I could ever spend. More importantly, I am FREE free from the daily grind, the commuting, the bosses the mind numbing routine. I 'work' about 3 hours a day (visiting properties, doing deals) and I travel extensively. I have never looked back. Would you? 1 cannot believe that 1 sat in that office all those years, taking orders; doing menial, pointless work; watching the clock... and for what? £7 an hour, I seem, to recall! Ha! Recently I made £30,000 for an hour's work (of course, 1 cannot do that 40 hours a week I wish!) Ten of those is a cool £300,000 in my pocket.

I made my fortune just dealing in property (some of which 1 have never even seen).

I am living proof that property is the fastest and safest way for the ordinary person to become wealthy. And by 'wealthy' let me state exactly what I mean. 1 mean at least £1,000,000 in property assets within 3 to 5 years of you starting. And that's just step one, of course. You can go on from there if you want £3 million, £10 million it's up to you. My own goal is £50 million by the time 1 am 50 (£1 million for each year of my life).

Property wealth is not some fantasy. Take a look at The Times list of the 500 richest people. It is boring in its repetitiveness property, property, retail, property, property, property, brewing, properly, leisure, property... you get the idea!

Take a look at property prices over the years. I have shown the graph on the next page. It just keeps going up and up and up... Sure there have been a few minor little dips hardly what you would call a crash, merely a blip in an ever rising graph. People often say to me Vini, haven't prices peaked out? Aren't we in for a crash? I read in the paper that... " Yawn! They said that to me in 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and they are still saying it in 2005! Boy, did they miss out.

1 don't know whether to laugh or cry at people's complete lack of financial savvy. They are heading for a lifetime of drudgery and lack, and a povertystricken miserable old age.

Let me ask you some questions: Do you see any of Britain's richest dumping their property portfolios?

Uh... no. They are quietly accumulating more. Do you see any crash in house prices, bearing in,,mind that there is an estimated short fall of 4 million homes in the UK? Remember what you know about supply and demand huge demand, little supply means... Price rise. In 1901 there were 4.7 people, per household on average. Now it is 2.1 and falling. People want

Look, 1 do not have the space to convince you here. So what 1 have done is put together a superb (and what's more FREE) 2 hour session where I will begin to explain these wealth generating principles to you in person. This letter is my personal invitation to you to come along and see for yourself. For the last four years I have been teaching thousands of more space. They want to live alone. They are getting ordinary people the astonishing money making secrets divorced and swapping one home for two. What of residential and commercial property. Secrets which you can apply for yourself. Secrets which can make you independently wealthy. The Inside l~rack programme (as it is called) has helped many to achieve their financial dreams.

1 have had people walk out of my workshop and make their first deal within a few days. One man bought a brand new home for which he outlayed the grand total of £350 from his own bank account and then promptly received a £10,000 cash back! He is now on his fifth property. Within 22 weeks of hearing about Inside Track he had:

Property has risen on average 11.3% year on year in the UK since 1948.

I'm sure you know enough about compound interest to realise that 11.3% looks unexciting by itself, but compounded over even a few years can bring very decent gains. (Just £50,000 invested at this rate returns half a million pounds in 20 years!)

And this man was a novice before hearing about Inside 'ftack. These were his first property deals. He admits to being nervous doing the first one. He felt like a fish out of water. But after receiving the £ 10,000 ~cash back, he became a believer ~ Why not come and learn exactly how ordinary people are getting steadily wealthy by accumulating a tidy property portfolio? These are people with no experience, no training and little or no money (let's face it, it isn't hard to make a million in property if you have half a million sitting in the bank already!).

How to retire completely debt free in 3 to 5 years.

How to buy lucrative UK property with little or no deposits.

Simple formulas used by the wealthy to create income.

How to make money from property in good times (easy) AND BAD (even easier!).

Buy as many as you wish and access the very best mortgage rates.

Build and grow a successful rental property portfolio in record time.

Buy property and get paid tax free cash on certain transactions.

Locate the best, most profitable transactions which are never advertised

Get 'hands on' assistance from top property professiona s.

Aside: Perhaps you are wondering why I am happy to pay for this workshop? The answer is simple. We provide in depth property investment education proven to make you wealthy. Only when you start making deals and getting rich do we make a small commission from properties we introduce to you. Take this small percentage on hundreds of deals and it adds up to a sizeable amount. (Obviously you are under no obligation at all to purchase this property, we just think the deals we introduce to clients provide the very best revenue potential, and we'll prove it).That sounds a fair exchange, 1 hope you will agree. Our knowledge for a small commission when you make a deal. I hope also that has put your mind at rest.

"Any averagely bright and hungry person could build a £1 million portfolio, from scratch in five years or less.

What other plans do you have to make £1,000,000 and retire? If you do not do something right now, you will fritter away the next few years and be in exactly the same situation you are in now or worse. Not nice. Not nice at all.

Finally, let me ask you a question. Are you going to carry on exactly as you have for the last five years? Or are you going to seize control of your destiny, right now, today? The cost is trivial (travel expenses plus some of your time) so if you don't do it now, 1 think it is fair to say you never will. As this is a free introductory workshop, the places tend to be grabbed fairly quickly so please call right now to reserve your place.

Years ago, I came to a crossroads like this 1 chose the right path the one that led me to the good life. Why not give yourself the same break?

Best regards

Jim Moore

CHAIRMAN

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"Janet asked local estate agents to sell the partly built apartments: 'They refused to take them on as they said their values were too low for them to sell on the current market"

Don't understand this sentence - since when has the value of a property been "too low" for the market

means in their present state of a few bags of cement and a plie of bricks,most punters won't pay jack for it....they seem to prefer the finished article.

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  • 302 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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