Property Forum is a free resource providing education on how to make money through property. Whether you want to buy a holiday home overseas, become an HMO landlord, develop property, create a passive income, build a diverse buy-to-let portfolio, or understand the finance options available to you. Property Forum provides all the education and expertise you might need, from ebooks, to articles, to courses.
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Learn how to source great properties for your next investment before your competitors! This Chat Show episode spoke to Simon Zutshi about his extensive expertise in property sourcing.
Understand all the property finance options available to you as an investor, landlord or developer, in our Property Finance Chat Show episode where we talk to a leading UK specialist property finance broker.
This property development special chats to John Howard about how to attain success with auctions, land development and property conversions during Covid-19.
In this episode, Nicholas chats to Paul Mahoney about the financial and practical struggles landlords are facing at the moment, and what new investment opportunities might arise.
Here at Property Forum we have a vast selection of free ebooks you can download which cover the most common property investment strategies. You can browse the full collection of ebooks here or use the links below if you are interested to learn more about a specific property investment strategy.
Many of our ebooks are written by our CEO Nicholas Wallwork, and draw on his 20+ years as an experienced property investors and developer. Nicholas is also passionate about mindset strategies, and also shares ebooks on this topic to help you get the right mindset to succeed in property. View his mindset ebooks here.
The property industry has seen some change over this past year. Covid-19 has restricted our movements and, for many of us, hampered the plans we
More Brits than ever are planning for a staycation rather than a holiday abroad, brought on by the impact of both coronavirus and Brexit. In