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  • Refurbish/Develop

    Create your own regeneration - Paul Nicholson



    Yesterday at the Landlord Investment Show at Olympia, we met up again with dynamic Liverpool-based property developer and investor Paul Nicholson.

    Paul was sitting on the "UK Development Hotspot Debate" panel and also presenting his own seminar titled "Transforming forgotten places into vibrant neighbourhoods".

    This presentation was on a similar topic to the article Paul wrote for our "Smart Landlord" campaign in January.

    This interview with Paul is very insightful and shares some golden nuggets of information on how he has grown his portfolio to over £22 million:


    I am sure you will agree that this interview shared many valuable insights and that Paul has a unique approach to his property business that can inspire all of us!

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    Really interesting interview. He's took his developing to another level.
    Excellent strategy to 'create' neighbourhoods & his own tenant demand. 

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    Dan

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    Interesting interview. Seems like he's aiming at the young professional market like many other BTR's are - wonder if there will be over-saturation in this market before too long if there isn't already?

    Also, isn't this the group the Generation Rent feel are unlikely to ever afford to buy their own properties, due to being tempted by these shiny homes?

    He is doing very well though regenerating areas that hae suffered - good on him.

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