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Property Solopreneur is for entrepreneurs who want to create financial freedom through their property portfolio whilst learning what it takes to create a sustainable, professional business. You want to understand the right way to go about sourcing investments and the best way to work with everyone involved from builders to bankers. You have it in you to make money by building a profitable business, and want to learn everything about build to buy, build to let and property development. You're ...
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Welcome to the last episode of this season, before I come back with Season 3 in the autumn. Until then, please revisit the catalogue of 137 episodes I released so far, and enjoy today’s interview with my fabulous guest, Ross McSkimming. Ross and Sophie McSkimming live and work in Edinburgh. In the past five years, they have gone full time into prop…
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This week’s guest is well known to many of you because you’ve seen him on Property TV. John Howard is one of the UK’s most experienced property consultants, developers, traders and investors, with over 40 years of experience within the industry. John has bought and sold nearly 4,500 properties in 87 different locations across the UK, from tradition…
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This week my guest is Ed Fowkes, whom I first met over 10 years ago when he was the host of the biggest pin meeting in London. He was already a property veteran by then, enthusiastic and truly inspiring. Since then, he's gone on to create multiple businesses, and today he's still working in property, in new areas where he helps other entrepreneurs …
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The buzz that goes around property sourcing is that it’s a fun and quick way into making big money; a way of property shopping when you're not actually paying the bills. But, there's always a ‘but’. In this case it’s that there are a lot of rules and regulations about it. That’s why I invited Tina Walsh, known as the Queen of Compliance, onto the s…
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When you’re a property investor, one of the most important things is to have your portfolio diversified, consisting of multiple different tenant and housing types. However, social housing is something I don't know much about, so I invited the best person onto the show to talk about it. Sue Sims has been in property for more than 30 years. She’s got…
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Marketing is something we've all got to do. Although it sounds like a big commercial word, basically, marketing is just letting other people know who you are and what you do. As simple as it seems, it can cause some people to hit the wall and feel stuck, because to market themselves, they've got to feel happy with their identity. The identity they …
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Business has changed dramatically in the last 30 years since I started in it. I’ve become a great fan of lifelong learning, because I know that if I don’t upgrade my skills or widen my knowledge base, I’ll get stale and perhaps miss clear market indicators. In this episode, I offer my perspective on different learning formats and how to keep your k…
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If you listen to the most successful podcasts or read articles on property investing, you may get the feeling that the expectation is that if you do property, everything you touch will turn to gold. This often from people who've only ever worked in the property world for a couple of years. They have never gone through a property cycle, which is whe…
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Before becoming a property solopreneur, Flora Russo worked in IT sales and was thinking of starting a wine-related business. After a trip to Australia, she became intrigued by the opportunities in property. She got into proper training first, figured out a business plan and started investing in the North East of the UK. Soon she got swamped with mo…
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Martin Rapley's first experience in property was as a quantity surveyor, looking after projects' finances. Then he transitioned to project manager and started his own construction business. Dealing with property investors, Martin realised they could use support from someone with his skills and knowledge, so he revamped his construction business int…
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Rachel Knight's first steps into property were more like a side hustle, an entertaining and effective way of transforming her bonuses into a retirement plan. Slowly but surely, she built a humble yet decent portfolio. In 2015, she decided to invest in her property education, and shortly after being trained on HMOs and service accommodation, she was…
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After a long and successful career in the corporate world, Giuseppe Leone jumped into property with two clear objectives: leaving something tangible to pass over to the next generation and developing a professional activity that granted him a juicy income and the time to enjoy it. Ten years and some change later, he became a Rent to Rent expert, an…
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Part of being a property solopreneur is mastering areas of our business that have little or nothing to do with property per se. Yet keeping them under control is what will ensure our business keeps breathing. So, in today's episode, I'll be talking about the 5 core business activities you must dominate to ensure your property business success. What…
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After over 25 years of experience in the space, Linda Wright defines planning permission as listening to what the client wants and adding her professional advice based on her experience, a pinch of humour and common sense. She is a highly versatile planning permission specialist, a keynote speaker, writer and lecturer, and the founder of Katana Pla…
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Kirsty Darkins is an Investor, Mentor, Speaker, and co-host of Sky TV's Property Graduate on a mission to help people create jobs replacing income from commercial investments. After many years of a successful career as an investment surveyor, Kirsty "made herself unemployable;" she needed more time for herself, yet didn't know how to create it. The…
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During my mentoring sessions, the subject of lawyers comes up quite a lot - how they are either being too slow, raising too many questions, or sometimes don't even seem to understand what the investor wants them to do. Well, my guest today is here to counter that impression. He is a lawyer with a property portfolio, a very rare breed in our busines…
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Financial and time freedom, and a stress-free head are certainly among the top five reasons why people get into property. Property works; everyone can do handsomely well in it, and although it isn't a guaranteed crock of gold, if you know your destination, you'll get there. But you need to answer two key questions: What do you want, and when do you…
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Sophie Foote, a true HMO girl, is the Director of ROOMS, a company that takes shared houses and provides quality rooms for tenants and long-term contracts, guaranteed rents, and zero management fees to landlords. Sophie has lived and worked in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Fiji, Spain and Indonesia, where she bought an island and built her own scuba…
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Paul Ribbons is a property business veteran who started as an acquisition agent in 1986, finding the freedom he needed at that particular time of his life in property. Today, as a podcaster, author, and property trader, Paul has a knowledge and understanding of the property market and human psyche that are so acute that he has repeatedly been able …
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Charlotte Edwards, a.k.a. the Accidental Female Developer, is a successful property developer, investor and coach. Charlotte's story in property didn't have a dream start. As a single mother with zero experience in property development, a marketing background, and a love for challenges, Charlotte had to rebuild the family development firm with 25 h…
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In the realm of property entrepreneurship, the illusion of navigating the industry without stumbling prowls in the air. From what influencers show on social media, many solopreneurs are tempted to believe successful individuals never bought a lemon or took dubious advice. Yet, as you'll see throughout this episode, mistakes are inevitable. I'll sha…
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Jerome Roith has over 25 years of experience in the UK property market under his belt and has been involved in developments with a GDV above £50m. He is the director of Sensitive Developments, specialising in the acquisition of land and property throughout the UK, and the founder of Property Planning Gain, providing real-world training in a market …
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Mark l’Anson is one of the most successful property traders in the UK. He owns Mark I'Anson Property, has over 20 years of experience in the property market, has trained over 3500 people on workshops, courses and coaching, and is the author of the best-selling book "Dominate Your Ground." In today's episode, Mark shares his journey in property trad…
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Property development is a multifaceted journey of opportunities, challenges, and creativity. If you are bold enough, you can go from planning gain to creating vibrant new spaces, and the best part of it is that you don't need a massive corporation behind you to succeed in this field. In today's episode, we talk about the exciting world of property …
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Jonny Brown is the Managing Director of Jonny Browns Professional Property Photography, and he describes himself more as a businessman who's really good at taking photos than a photographer. Thanks to his property background, Jonny knows potential buyers' and future guests' pain points, what they look for when swiping left and right through propert…
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I bet the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of auctions is properties in a state of collapse, with a shedload of legal issues, pushed by a bunch of unscrupulous vendors in a long, tedious process. But what if I tell you that the average boring auction is stuffed with hidden gems and massive investment opportunities? In this episode, I'll…
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Tyna Collins started investing in property over twenty years ago as a hobby. But nearly four years ago, thanks to the university of YouTube, Tyna turned her hobby into a profitable business. She left her job of 18 years and became a full-time property investor. Now, Tyna is the Director and Owner of Fred & Jean’s, a property investment and developm…
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Halstead Ottley is a successful property investor and business owner, who has been in property business for 40 years. He is the host of Progressive Property Network meets in Ipswich and the proud creator of three independent income streams. He has grown his portfolio to a healthy size over the years, educated himself on buying right and recycling h…
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Self-marketing is an important skill to learn for a property solopreneur, because nobody else will promote your business as much as you would do it. This is why you need to know what you want out of your business, and have ready answers to possible questions by your potential investors, in order for them to believe in you and your success. In today…
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The best way to grow and claim your success is in taking a leap of courage to make those mistakes and learn from them. In all the history of success, there’s no record of anyone that gave up on their dreams when it failed the first time. For you to live the life you’ve always dreamed of, you need to stop waiting around for the fear or failure to we…
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September is the time of the year when overwhelm starts to become a problem amongst many of my clients. After the summer holidays and with Christmas looming in sight, in September many property solopreneurs have a reset button moment and do the final push for the year. Then it becomes very obvious what goals are not being hit, which can cause a lot…
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Profit is a very little word that can deliver a seriously life-changing experience. But it's also a word that some people have a real problem with. Some entrepreneurs and self-employed people do their best never to make profit, or they try very hard to lose it as quickly as they've made it. And sometimes those of us in property don't even realise w…
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When you find yourself dreaming of where you want your business to be, the only way to make that dream a reality is to find out what kind of financing and planning will get you there. You can’t move from start to finish without a plan, otherwise you’ll end up going in circles or right back where you started while wasting time, money and resources. …
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We're all susceptible to making mistakes; it’s not just the newbies that find themselves having made some of the fundamental rookie errors. The market changes often without us noticing, because we're head down in our property business and we don't see the changes until they actually affect us. So in this episode, I’m going to run through five of th…
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My guest on today’s show is Chris Jones, a letting agent ready to help landlords who are seeking quality tenants and tenants searching for a home in Norwich. He’s the Founder of Jones & Co Residential Lettings, a professional letting and managing agency willing to go the extra mile to deliver the kind of services that landlords and tenants require.…
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Mortgages serve as a good way for property investors to leverage their capital and potentially increase their return on investment. However, if your game plan is without a strategy for how to pay off these mortgages, it might become a debt that takes a huge toll on your business. In today’s episode, I’ll be discussing paying down your mortgages as …
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Joining me on today’s show is Maria Claxton, a property solopreneur who specialises in a bit of a trendy niche of supported living homes for the people who are assessed eligible for care and support by local authorities. Maria is the Director at Keep on a Troshin Ltd, a property developing and investing company that creates houses to help people li…
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Jackie Tomes is a property investor & property strategy mentor that specialises in providing investors hands-free, direct investment into property deals. She’s the Founder and CEO of Tomes Homes, a family property business that provides hassle-free homes for the private rental sector. She’s also a host on Property Lifestyle Mastery, a podcast with …
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My guests on today’s show are Anna Geary and Anita Baldwin of Get Savvy Club, a business they run together, specialising in helping property professionals and public figures grow their businesses and personal brands using social media. They are the hosts of the Property Marketing Made Easy Podcast, where they chat with other business owners, entrep…
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My guest today is Simon Hodgson, a seasoned property investor and funding specialist with over 20 years of experience in property investing and working with buy-to-let commercial and property development loans around the Bristol area. Simon is the Managing Director at Funded, a mortgage broker firm that provides specialist finance for established a…
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In today’s episode, I’ll be talking about building and achieving your dreams in the property world as I share my experience and the strategies I’ve used in succeeding this far. Every business needs a plan that helps you figure out where you want to go with it and how you're going to get there. With that, you get the winning strategy you need to bui…
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My guest on today’s show is Manni Chopra, a successful property investor and developer with over 13 years of experience in property refurbishments, conversions and developments. She’s a host on the Titans event, a property meet in England, and a full-time Director at The Chopra Property Group. Manni aspires to expand her networking events so as to …
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Ceri Owen is a multi award-winning property stager & renovator with 20+ years of experience in real estate developing and transforming properties into valuable homes that sell out fast. Ceri is the Founder of Sort Style and Stage, an interior designing company with a passion for adding value to homes and investments through their home staging servi…
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Simon Zutshi is an experienced Property Investor, best-selling Author of ‘Property Magic’ and host of The Property Magic Podcast. Simon’s passion for sharing everything he knows about the property world inspired him to create a supportive environment called Property Investors Network, which has now grown into the largest property networking organis…
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My guest today is Susan Aubrey-Cound, who has over 25 years of experience in the corporate world, working for British Airports Authority, M&S, and for the Daily Mail Group, in management roles within the marketing and e-commerce departments. Susan set up her own business whilst working at a high level in a prominent corporate, running both side by …
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Susan Francombe, a.k.a The Biking Building Barrister is well known as a chartered Civil Engineer, Barrister, Adjudicator and Arbitrator with over 30 years of specialist experience in building, construction, civil engineering and consumer disputes. She’s the CEO of the Business of Building, a company set to help builders solve their daily struggles …
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Running a partnership with someone else may sound like a great idea because of all the benefits attached to it, such as splitting the risks instead of solely bearing it all. But have you ever considered what may possibly go wrong if the partnership takes a wrong turn? Join me in today’s episode as I share my views on the concept of a partnership in…
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Natasha Collins is a Property Investor, Chartered Surveyor and CEO of NC Real Estate, a place for property investors to build profitable property portfolios that align with their goals. She’s the host of the Honest Property Investment podcast, a show where she shares smart investment strategies for the people interested in dealing in commercial pro…
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Shack Baker, a.k.a The Airspace Guy, is an award-winning Property Developer, Mentor, Motivator and creative Entrepreneur with a passion to ensure developments continue to excel in the property world. He is the Founder & CEO of 6FAB and The Property Shack, an SME development company focused on residential, commercial and airspace developments across…
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Louise Tomlinson is a passionate Property Investor that is helping landlords earn more profit from their property by maximising their rents. She’s a Director at LOCL Properties, a property business that offers luxury serviced, self-catering apartments in North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom to visiting business and leisure travelers. LOCL Prope…
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