Chester PPN – July Meeting Announcement
24th June, 2014
Chester’s Progressive Property Network (PPN) continues to grow since its inaugural meeting in May this year.
The next meeting will take place on Tuesday, 1st July at The Abode, Chester, in the Paddock Club Room, with registration and refreshments at 6.30pm in the Champagne Bar.
The main speaker for the meeting is Karl Spencer, who joined Progressive Property back in January 2012 and in just 12 months raised £1.2m of Joint Venture finance. He’ll be talking about how he went about setting up Progressive Property’s hands free Progressive Portfolio Builder. how to get the best deals and discounts, how to buy low and add value, where to raise the finance, and much more
Attendance costs just £20. To book you place please go to http://progressivepropertynetwork.co.uk/chester.
There are a limited number of free places for anyone just starting out in investing in property. For more details email [email protected]
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