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  • Property Training/Mentoring

    Tony Law Online Property Masterclass Training

    Hi all,

    I’ve been following Tony Law on YouTube for a while now and his content is very helpful and seems to make sense. Has anybody paid and taken part in his ‘Online Property Masterclass’ training programme that you can purchase through his website?

    Also, any recommendations for anyone else that can offer property training for a beginner prior to investing?

    Cheers

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    Hi JP,

    I haven't taken Tony's course, so cannot comment.  However, I have met him and he seemed very genuine.

    If you want to understand about property training and mentoring, and where to get the best training, then please read this:  Property education, training, and mentoring .

    I hope that assists?

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    Thanks Vanessa, I understand most elements however the area I’m struggling in is probably the most important area; working out the figures. I’m watching videos and hearing a lot of people talking about “leaving £x amount in the deal” and “making sure the deal stacks” could you explain these terms please

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    This is video should assist:



    See - Ready-made deal stacking calculations

    "Leaving money in the deal" is reference to to buy, refurb, and re-finance method where you buy a property below market value for cash/bridging, add value, then re-finance up to the new value using a BTL mortgage to pull back your cash. 

    With lower loan to values and the PRA stress tests (see above), it means that most of the time, some money will have to be left in the deal.  i.e. you will not be able to re-cycle your entire deposit back out through refinancing.

    ​I hope that helps for starters?

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