York, England (PRWEB) October 15, 2007
Over a 20 year period of housing booms and busts, Rob Best has developed an investment formula that works. The basic ideas are simple: buy below market value with no money down, and let to tenants prepared to pay 20% more than the market rent, thus insuring a regular monthly cash-flow. Couple this with a clear 'selling plan' and the investor has a powerful and proven strategy. Best teaches this strategy in detail at just two events every year. The next one will take place in York on Saturday, October 27th and Sunday, October 28th.
The Ultimate Property Investment Strategy is a private, two-day event for a small number of property investors who want to start using the most powerful, closely guarded property strategy in the UK.
"Traditional property investors in the UK are really starting to feel the pain now," says Rob Best, an investor who bought his first property back in 1988, before there was such a thing as a Buy-To-Let Mortgage.
What does he mean by 'traditional'?
"Traditional investors are those who save up their 15% deposit for every purchase, pay 10% or more to a managing agent to find and look after their tenants, and who have virtually zero cash-flow at the end of every month. It's a hard way to do things, especially in a difficult market."
Rob has developed an investment strategy that is a long way from the traditional model.
He never pays out a deposit of any size. Indeed, he often gets cash back on completion.
He rarely uses managing agents, as he has complete faith in his tenants, and they often do smaller repairs themselves, without even telling him.
His tenants love his model so much, they're more than happy to pay 20% or more over and above the market rent, which contributes to a very healthy monthly cashflow. In fact, this strategy spits out cash at no fewer than 27 points during a typical 2-year cycle.
Requiring no deposits, getting cash out at completion, and getting higher-than-market rent are just three of the key features of Rob's strategy. It is also a force for social good.
"On the one side, we help people who have a house, and who no longer want it," says Rob, "and on the other side, we give first time buyers access onto the property ladder that is simply not made available to them through the traditional routes. At the end of a deal, both sides are delighted with the outcome, and I've added to my portfolio and made some money in the middle. It is a truly Win-Win-Win strategy."
Rob runs 2-day workshops where he teaches this powerful and proven property investment strategy to small groups. The next one is being held in York, England on October 27th and 28th, 2007.
For more details and to book, visit http://www.ultimate-property-investment.com