Monday 13 December 2010

Mon£y Train – Cash Creation Day.

I’m still really excited after our first Mon£y Train Cash Creation day at Swindon on Saturday. My team were outstanding and carried out most of the speaking on the money making topics, which comprised of the following

1. Myself teaching credit repair and raising of seed capital for business start-up.

2. Silas Lees (Kevin Green Wealth Coach) speaking on business structures, key success principles and a wide range of simple cash creation strategies.

3. David Murphy – Head of finance at build store, informed us how to register the discount trade card for up to 40% discount on material supplies. Also how to register for build stores plot search for economic purchase of building land and finally an introduction to packaging finance, related to property.

4. David Murphy and his team giving a tour of the self-build and renovation centre during lunch break.

5. Adrian and Clare Pickersgill (managers of Kevin green Wealth Forex Train and charted financial advisors), instructing on Forex trading, including using automated trading robot, stocks trading and trading of domain names.

6. Neil Chapman (responsible for London’s largest single stock transaction in 1986), how to make money from gold, silver, platinum and understanding money markets.

7. I, strategic planning – setting a forward strategy.

I am so proud of my team of speakers and all the other members of Kevin Green Wealth who were helping on the crew. The Mon£y Train One day Cash Creation trainings will be going regional throughout the UK in 2011, I will not be speaking on the one day training events, but will be the main speaker on the 3 day intensive Kevin Green Wealth trainings and will continue to be the secondary coach to all of the 90 day Kevin Green Wealth coaching’s.

The Kevin Green Wealth group offers 3 products, namely the Mon£y Train one day Cash Creation, Kevin Green Wealth 3 day intensive trainings and finally the 90 day Kevin Green Wealth coaching programme. I am very excited about helping to create financial freedom for large numbers of people in 2011 both in UK , New Zealand and Australia where I have been asked back to educate in the respective countries.

My team in UK are very busy on our property deals and I will be telling you shortly about some very innovative new business that I have set up, all will be revealed in my next blog.

Wishing you all a Happy Christmas, a great New Year and a Prosperous and Happy 2011.

Wednesday 1 December 2010

Planning for 2011 – Managing Government Budget cuts.

The Government plans to cap benefit payment to income supported payments. The way the Government are implementing this could cause severe financial hardship to certain landlords.

Government proposal outlines a cap in benefit payments rather than a blanket percentage decrease in payments to tenants. What this means to us as landlords is, that if you’re a landlord who owns properties in areas where rental payments are much higher than the national average, areas such as London and the South Eastern counties, then you are likely to suffer severely by the cut in benefit payments to your tenants. The opposite applies to landlords who rent out properties in areas where rents are at the national average or below, these areas are largely unaffected and therefore much safer to be investing in. In my Kevin Green Wealth training, I have always taught investors to buy in high rental yield areas, where property prices are under the stamp duty threshold and benefit payments are sustainable, therefore my students are safe. But how can we help anyone else who’s facing a cut? I suggest that you consider the following actions; 1- Assess whether the private rental market is sustainable, therefore not requiring income supported tenants. 2 – Consider selling the properties you have which will be affected, and reinvest in the unaffected areas. 3 – You could lease option to your tenants and sell them the property. 4- Consider Social housing as an alternative strategy, or other direct contracts with government for guaranteed fixed term rental.

It is my strong feeling, that this massive change in government policy will remain and cause tenants to migrate from the high price city centre locations, to the more affordable lower rent level areas of the UK. This may have an effect in reducing property values further in the high priced areas, yet strengthening property values in the low price areas.

Use the coming of the New Year to readjust or set your new goals, including business goals and lifestyle goals. The environment is changing fast around us, and we need to keep up to speed with all aspects. Remember small cash creation businesses, can provide a stable stream of income and are generally a lot safer than relying on just a job.

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