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Chester PPN Off To A Flying Start

25th April, 2014

Following on from the success of Chester’s first Progressive Property Network (PPN) which took place on 1 April, organiser David Smith is highly geared up for the next event happening on the 6th May.

At the inaugural meeting of the Chester PPN, David welcomed over 40 guests to the Abode, including property investors, would-be property investors and property experts.

David Smith said: “I was absolutely delighted with the support we received for the launch of this new networking group.

“I would particularly like to thank our founder members Humphreys of Chester, Aaron & Partners Solicitors, Auction House for Cheshire & North East Wales, and 75point 3 Chartered Financial Planners, for all their help in getting the event off the ground.”

David concluded: “I am very much looking forward to our next event on 6 May at the Abode. If the first event is anything to go by, the second meeting is going to be both interesting and beneficial for attendees.”

After a welcome glass of bubbly, guests heard from Jamie Madill, Co-Founder of the Progressive Property Network, before being introduced to the first speaker of the evening, Tracey Woods, who explained that since becoming involved in investing in property she’d been able to give up her full time job in IT. Tracey runs the Progressive Property Network event in Hatfield.

After a short break, which allowed guests to network, David introduced the second speaker of the evening, Roy Inman, from Manchester, who explained how having a mentor can help fast track your road to success in becoming a property investor.

Since buying his first investment property in 2001, at the age of 21, Roy has bought 70 properties, and still owns 69 of them, worth £6.5 million, producing a net income of some £11,000 per month. He’s also a regular expert at Manchester Property Network Club and sits on their Expert Panel.

The meeting ended on a high note, with a prize draw, further networking, and a number of guests continuing their discussions in the bar afterwards with newly formed contacts.

To book your place at the next meeting, Tuesday 6th May at the Abode Hotel and for further details, please go to Chester PPN’s website www.progressivepropertynetwork.co.uk/chester.

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