When you are building a property portfolio, trying to do everything yourself, is only going to slow you down. Your focus should always be on building your business and getting as much value out the time you put in as possible. If you get bogged down in the day-to-day management of your property projects or in having to constantly build your personal skillset then your progress is going to be slow.
If you are new to property then hiring a property investment mentor can seem like a big step. But, it’s a step that is going to save you a lot of time and money. Today we look at how a property mentor and the right property coaching could help you save (at least) £10,000 on the next house you buy.
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Asking the right questions before you hire a property mentor may help your choice when it comes to hiring the right property mentor for your situation.
These questions are going to be key to ensure you work and choose the right person for your property mentorship.
Are you looking for a property consultant? Looking to expand your property portfolio but don’t have the time to spend on researching, finding suitable investment property, creating appointments or going to viewings yourself?
Learn what benefits you could have using a property mentor. Access to expert contacts, introductions to potential business partners or investors.
If you’re new to something it can seem daunting, learning a new skill, starting a new job, learning a new language… it’s easy to feel out of your comfort zone.