Chester Progressive Property Network
30th May, 2014
The next meeting of Chester’s Progressive Property Network (PPN) is on Tuesday 3rd June, at 6:45pm, in the Tattersall Suite at the spectacular Abode Hotel, overlooking Chester’s famous racecourse.
Learn how one member has just used some of his retirement savings to invest in property and increased his return from 2.5% pa to 15% pa by simply following what he learnt from a Progressive Property CD pack, and a 3 day training course.
Also hear from Jim Halliburton, who gave up his job as a college lecturer to begin investing in property full time. He specialises in investing in Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs) and now has a property portfolio comprising more than 780 rooms!
Book your ticket online, and at the same time claim your FREE report “10 Closely Guarded Joint Venture and Finance Raising Strategies” (value £29.99) at: http://progressivepropertynetwork.co.uk/chester
You’ll meet, and be able to talk to, other ordinary people who have achieved amazing results from investing in property, as well as various professional advisers who can help you in your journey.
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