Progressive Property is coming to Chester
26th March, 2014
The largest Property Investor Education Company in the UK is launching a new monthly networking event at Abode Chester on Tuesday 1 April for anyone who is interested in making money from property.
Progressive Property Network (PPN) is coming to Chester at a time when Chester is seeing a revival in the property market, and it will be of particular appeal to all “would be” property investors, as well as existing property investors wishing to make new contacts, learn more, and grow their property portfolios.
David Smith, the organiser of PPN Chester, said: “I’m delighted to be bringing this event to Chester and to have received the support from a number of local firms who have specialist knowledge in various aspects of property. These include Chester’s largest law firm Aaron & Partners, who have a property team of 8 solicitors, and leading Estate Agent Humphreys of Chester who also run the property Auction House at Chester Racecourse and the Wirral.
David ran his own firm of Independent Financial Advisers for some 30 years and only decided to become a full time property investor last year, after attending a course at Progressive Property’s training academy in Peterborough.
David said: “I was absolutely amazed at what ordinary people had achieved from investing in property, some having started with no money, and I thought to myself ‘If they can do it, so can I.’ ”.
When David was asked if he’d like to launch the networking event in Chester, he jumped at the chance.
“Organising this event has been a real eye opener for me” said David. “I never realised how popular these meetings are. A similar one in Berkshire regularly attracts 200 people, and tickets are sold out within a few days of being released each month. If I can build the Chester meeting up to this level I’ll be very happy”
Speakers at the launch event include Roy Inman from Manchester and Tracey Woods from Stevenage. Roy has bought over 69 properties in the 12 years he has been investing in property and now spends much of his time mentoring others who want to benefit from his experience. Tracey will be revealing how, by investing in property, she was able to give up her full time job in IT last year.
Joint Co Founder of the Progressive Property Network, Jamie Madill, said he’s absolutely thrilled about the launch of the Chester event.
“Right from the start, Chester was one of the places we wanted to be holding PPN events, it was just a question of finding the right person to organise and host the events – then David came along.”
The first meeting is being held in the Tattersall Suite at the Abode Hotel on Tuesday 1 April with registration at 6:30pm. Future meetings will be held on the firstt Tuesday of every month.
Tickets cost £20 so for further details, and to book your place, please log on to the Chester PPN website www.progressivepropertynetwork.co.uk/chester or contact David Smith on 01244 630401.
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