Feb 19, 2018
Would you like to learn how to use property as your vehicle for Escaping the Rat Race?
Simon Zutshi is the founder of the Property Investors Network [PIN], author of Property Magic, and a highly successful property investor and educator.
Simon purchased his first property back in 1995 when he was working for Cadbury Ltd in Birmingham as a graduate trainee. He continued to build his property portfolio to the point whereby at the age of 32 he was financially independent.
In 2003 he set up the property investors network (pin) which has now grown to be the largest network of monthly property meetings (52 around the UK) for anyone interested in learning how to become a successful property investor.
Most recently, Simon’s latest entrepreneurial venture was to come up with the idea of creating a property specialist peer to peer lending platform to facilitate loans between property professionals and private lenders. The platform is called CrowdProperty.
In this interview, Simon discusses why knowing yourself and finding others to help you is so important in the growth of your business, and his Five Golden Rules that anybody wishing to invest in property successfully absolutely must understand.
In this episode you’ll learn…
‘One of the most important things that is either going to help you move forward, or is going to hinder you going forward in your business, is absolutely your mindset’
‘The great thing about an investment like property, is that you work once...and you get paid forever.’
‘Whatever you want to do, don’t do it on your own. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel’
‘There are two great times to invest in property; one was about 10-15 years ago...and the other one is right now’
‘Stop trying to guess the market if you’re trying to invest in property, invest for the long-term’
‘If you’re educated, when everyone else is running for the hills, that’s when you can get some of the best [property] opportunities’
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