I’ve been investing in property since 2005, and over time, I’ve refined my processes, tweaked my methods and improved the criteria of what I look for when sourcing properties for myself and my clients.
These experiences led to me creating my Property Investment Checklist, which is the type of property investment advice & cheatsheet I wish I had when starting out in my property career.
I now use this as the criteria for all the property deals I source for both myself and for my clients. I also teach my training clients to look out for these key elements on any deals they’re doing, and I’m happy to share this due diligence checklist with you below, which you can start using immediately to analyse any of your current or upcoming property deals.
What Happens Next?
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