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Are investment properties ever REALLY hands-off?
Rob & Rob are always getting requests to share their latest deals.
And this week on The Property Podcast we’ll be sharing the juicy details on Rob D’s latest deal.
He’ll run you through the process - step-by-step - as they unveil whether any property deal can truly be hands-off.
If you’re curious to hear what sort of deals the guys like to get involved in and why, then you don’t miss this episode.
In the news
Whilst we’re taking a look at being hands-off, it’s clear the government has no plans to be hands-off when it comes to landlords, as the Minister reveals more about Rent Reform proposals.
The minister has announced plans to bring in a landlord register and a lifetime rental deposit scheme.
Although some registers already exist for HMOs in certain areas, these plans will require all landlords nationally to register their status as a landlord.
What are Rob & Rob’s thoughts on this?
We’ve got an extra special Hub Extra for you this week.
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Sarah Ferris is an active investor that already has one successful podcast under her belt Conning the Con, and much like us, she can’t seem to get enough and has started a brand new podcast Stop the Killing.
Sarah has teamed up with the former head of the FBI’s active shooter program and is revealing what went on behind the scenes of some of the world’s worst mass shootings.
If you’re a lover of true crime this is a must-listen!
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