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  • Wanted & Recommendations

    Property Investor/Entrepreneur Wanted

    Hi Everyone,

    I live in Manchester and I am new to the platform.

    I am currently working on a start-up property business focused on providing fractional ownership of UK properties to investors in select Commonwealth countries.  I have experience in some of these markets and also have some knowledge of real estate as well as finance.

    I am looking for an experienced property entrepreneur/investor to work with on the business.

    Happy to connect with anyone who may be interested in learning more about this opportunity.

    Best regards,

    John

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    “It always seems impossible until it's done.” - Nelson Mandela

    Hi John and welcome to the tribe.

    In order to appear credible when seeking a business partner, I would recommend using your own name and photograph (avatar)  and also provide links to your social media profiles, in particular LinkedIn.

    Transparency builds trust and where there is trust, there is a far greater chance of business happening.

    With respect, what you have done here is the equivalent of walking into a business conference with a bag over your head, calling out for business partners, so do not be surprised if you do not get much of a response ...

    I hope that helps you re-fine your approach to this?

    Pleased also be advised that this thread is bordering on being against our terms and conditions, but, on this occasion the moderator will allow it, unless he receives any reports from members on it.

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    Hi Vanessa,

    Thanks for the welcome and the advice. Apologies for breaking any laid down protocols. I actually took a look round the Wanted section to see what previous posts looked like.

    I am sorry for any perceived breach of house etiquette. I will be guided accordingly in future.

    Regards,

    John

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    “It always seems impossible until it's done.” - Nelson Mandela

    No worries John and thanks for such a reasonable and considered response. Appreciate it.

    Please forgive me if my response was a little harsh, my only intention was to assist.  Smile

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    No offence taken Vanessa. I appreciate that you have certain responsibilities towards members of the tribe.

    I guess my first impressions were that members wanted a degree of anonymity as a number of profiles I saw also didn't have pictures nor carried real names Smile.

    I have added a picture to my profile as well as included my real name as suggested.

    Couldn't add my Twitter profile for some reason though.

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    “It always seems impossible until it's done.” - Nelson Mandela

    Thanks again John.  We respect whether members use their real name or use a "tribe" name.  Those that are seeking to build a professional profile and brand through this site, which is very google sticky, use a professional head shot and their real name.

    Those that remain anonymous are usually the people who are just here to share, without any other agenda.

    My personal belief, is that if you are investing time in contributing to forums and you want to build a professional brand, then use your real name and a professional headshot in your avatar ... but as I said, our members' choices in this regard are respected as people have perfectly legitimate reasons for not using their real name.

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    Thanks again Vanessa. I totally understand.

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    “It always seems impossible until it's done.” - Nelson Mandela

    I'm sorry Olu John, but I took an instant loathing to this. Is this the typical reaction from an experienced landlord who, perhaps, is stuck in the dark ages and is ignorant about new methods?

    I can't see how, in a stagnant or falling market - and with all the potential pitfalls of renting property (amongst a myriad of other things) - there can be enough certainty for the investor so, guess what, I won't be investing... and I'm out!

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    Thanks for your comments John Smile. Be nice to know what other people think too.

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    “It always seems impossible until it's done.” - Nelson Mandela

    providing fractional ownership of UK properties to investors

    Could you tell us about the steps you've taken to check that you comply with Financial Conduct Authority rules on Collective Investment Schemes?

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