The conditions in the UK property market are robust pretty much across the board, with the price of an average UK home rising by almost 8.5 per cent in 2013
(PRWEB) January 15, 2014
Creative real estate advocate, Rick Otton, has revealed that property investing in the UK is a no-brainer in this turbo-charged economy, but it is crucial to employ the right set of strategies to minimise financial risks. He made the comments in response to latest data that shows that Manchester property prices are booming, outstripping even those in London.
According to Nationwide building society, Manchester beat London to be named the UK city with the strongest house price growth in 2013, as property values went up 21 per cent over the year. London followed in second place and Brighton in third.
“The conditions in the UK property market are robust pretty much across the board, with the price of an average UK home rising by almost 8.5 per cent in 2013,” Mr Otton said.
“These conditions show no sign of abating as we head into the new year. But I would like to encourage first-time and experienced property investors to arm themselves with a toolkit of strategies that will return benefits irrespective of location or whether the market is rising, falling or booming.
“After decades in the industry, I can say with authority that this is the only genuine path to lasting financial freedom and a future free from banking controls.”
Creative real estate in the UK
Mr Otton is an Australian self-made property millionaire who has made it his personal mission to educate, inform and inspire real estate investors around the world with his unique tips and techniques.
While some of his strategies are already in place in countries such as the United States, they are still considered to be progressive in Australia. However, against a backdrop of tight banking lending and a cashless economy, they are gaining traction within an increasingly agile Australian market.
“As part of my mission to share my insights with as many people as possible, it is possible to download a free Power Property Profits Pack on my website,” Mr Otton said.
“In this exclusive resource pack, students can learn how to buy a house without a new bank loan, discover bargain properties, and turn negative equity properties into positive cashflow. My strategies are low risk and easy to copy – and have been used by tens of thousands of people in the UK, Australia and New Zealand.”
Access Mr Otton’s free downloadable Power Property Profits Pack at RickOtton.co.uk, as well as the details of early bird pricing for his next UK 3-day real estate training conference in March 2014. Phone enquiries in the UK are welcome on 0207 000 1027.
About Rick Otton
Rick Otton is a property investment professional who, over the last 23 years, has introduced innovative real estate strategies to the UK, Australian and the United States. His creative ‘low-risk, high-reward’ approach to buying and selling houses is exemplified in his own business, We Buy Houses.
This year marks the 10 year anniversary of Mr Otton introducing his strategies to the UK, and the 5 year anniversary of his innovative ‘Buy A House For A Pound’ process – one that attempted to be emulated by others. His constant process of strategy refinement, and adapting to the ever-changing real estate market, continues to place him at the forefront of property investment education.
In 2012 Rick Otton published his Australian book ‘How To Buy A House For A Dollar’ which was named in the list of Top 10 Most Popular Finance Titles for 2013. A UK version is on the drawing board for publication in 2014.
Mr Otton freely shares insights into his non-bank-loan strategies that have allowed everyday UK men and women to beat the rental cycle and have their own homes. He coaches others on how to build profitable businesses by facilitating transactions that focus on the needs of potential buyers and motivated sellers.
Access his free downloadable Power Property Profits Pack at RickOtton.co.uk, and the details of early bird pricing for his next UK 3-day real estate training conference in March 2014. Phone enquiries in the UK are welcome on 0207 000 1027.