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Property Tribes is delighted to announce that John Howard, one of the UK's most respected property investors and developers, is joining us as a commercial partner. John is powering our discussions about property education, training, and mentoring.We recently had the privilege of meeting John, an investor with four decades of experience, at the Property Investor Show in London.John has several companies in East Anglia, and was formerly a member of the board of directors of Cambridge United football club.
In February 2010 Howard's company Bideawhile 445 Ltd. agreed to sell the Abbey Stadium to a property developer for GBP 3,500,000 . The sale was agreed with Grosvenor Estates, and amounted to a profit for Bideawhile of around GBP 2,500,000 - including rental receipts - since they purchased the stadium five years earlier.John's most recent project is a development of 150 flats in Ipswich which he is undertaking in collaboration with the Government's Homes England scheme.
John has decided to share his extensive knowledge through a series of seminars, of which this is a short promotional video:
Nick and I recently attended his London event for a few hours and found it very informative with lots of golden nuggets being shared by John. It was also fun and we met some other really interesting people, including some PT members!John's seminars cover a wide range of topics, including:
John has the following up-coming dates available to book where you can spend a day with him getting all your property investment and development questions answered.This day with John costs £247.00. Find out more and book your ticket >>> here. John has recently joined Property Tribes and started sharing his knowledge across our various discussions. You can find his contributions >>> here.We are absolutely delighted to have someone of John's calibre, experience, and reputation as a supporter of the Property Tribes community and don't forget that he also as a book available to purchase.
You can buy John's book >>> here. There is also an audio version of the book available for purchase >>> here.You can find out more about John and his property investment world by visiting his website:John Howard Property Expert Please join us in welcoming John to the Property Tribes community!SEE ALSO - Property education, training, and mentoringUP NEXT - How to do due diligence on a property mentorDON'T MISS - Portfolio landlord of 4 decades - John HowardNOW WATCH:
Vanessa Warwick Landlord and Co-Founder of PropertyTribes.com **If you have got value from Property Tribes, find out how you can support it in remaining a free to use community resource**
A warm welcome to @johnhoward. Having started my own development and investment "journey" as a "young chap" as a mentee of a respected venture capitalist in Ipswich, John's work and contribution to the region is a true inspiration to those of us who endeavour to replicate his success. A fantastic partner for "the Tribe", and one of whom I very much look forward to following moving forwards.
"Great stuff!" @vanessawarwick, with thanks for keeping the wealth of knowledge credited to our network alive.
Great stuff John - Hopefully I will succeed in my endeavour to come along to your forthcoming seminar in Norwich in the not too distant.
Until then, my thanks to you again for providing the inspiration we as investors and developers can share in the pursuit of like-minded ventures and, with true appreciation for your partnership with Property Tribes, the wealth of knowledge and experience you bring to the latter.
Will - W de S
I've just watched the YouTube video (all 57 minutes and 41 seconds!). I like John's straight-talking delivery, and especially how he views and treats his backers (they're part of the team, you need them or the deal doesn't get done, by keeping them happy he can continue to do deals with them in the future etc.).
I'm going to buy the book. £10 is cheap for any type of knowledge. I'll spend more than that on coffee while I read it...
Impressive resume . For the relatively nominal fee I would envisage that the one day seminar (or any one day seminar) is more motivational & a opportunity to grab a golden nugget or two whilst meeting like-minded people rather than obtaining a defined (business) action plan. Although a golden nugget is often the seed for a course of action!
I've brought the book (£8 or so from Amazon) and indeed indulged in some free youtube content; decades of knowledge readily accessible, I look forward to reading through the book.
I've only just joined the PT group and very impressed with the content, I'm sure you don't need a pat on the back but well done Vanessa.
As a building surveyor with broad experience and a former qualified trade who has renovated many properties. I'm now seeking to expand and utilise what I have but the more I resarch the more I am open to being able to broker deals as well as buying units to add value and either sell on or rent out (including rolling up the sleeves and getting dirty!) and I look forward to interacting with the group as well as getting involved with networking groups (something I have always lacked).
I'm based just North of London and not too far from John's upcoming seminar in EN9 (once the linked is fixed) this just may be my first paid for property seminar I attend.
I would be interesting in looking further at any active networking groups either in Central London or North of London (Essex and Herts) so do feel free to shout about what's going on.
John's seminar in EN9 is now open to book. It is taking place in Waltham Abbey on the 8th July. Book your ticket.
I have watched a number of his videos and bought the book. It looks like John is the real deal.
However, I am disappointed that the seminar price ends in "7". It immediately loses a bit of that credibility in my eyes (and presumably in anyone else's who may have watched the "contrepreneur" video recently linked in another post). It just feels a bit scammy - even if it's not! Maybe suggest to John to up the price to £249 or even (shock! horror!) a round £250.
Why not go all out and break the mould John ... ? I vote for £251.00. Worth every penny with a zero added ....