Armchair Property Investor Gets A Flying Start To The New Year
Hale-based company The Armchair Property Investor has sold 28 properties in Cyprus in the first two weeks of the new year through its unique Monthly Deposit Plan, and it is set to help hundreds more novice investors gain a foothold in the property investment market as it launches a raft of services on its new website this week.
[ClickPress, Mon Jan 29 2007] Founded in August 2005 by entrepreneurs Frazer Fearnhead and Russell Taylor, The Armchair Property Investor helps its members generate wealth through property investment, either by sourcing below market value deals or through personal consultations and portfolio building. Since its launch the company has engineered over £80 million of property deals at home and abroad, achieving over £1.5m of profit. The Monthly Deposit Plan which was launched in 2005 enables buyers to pay their deposit on an off-plan property over the course of the build period in interest free monthly payments and so far over 270 clients have selected to use the facility to enter the property investment market.
According to Frazer Fearnhead the business is set to enjoy even more spectacular growth over the coming months as the new services are launched. He commented: “In just eighteen months we have gone from offering a small portfolio of investment opportunities to providing a complete one-stop-shop to meet the investors’ needs. We have now launched these services through our new website where people can access information on the whole range products including bridging finance, a comprehensive education programme, landlord insurance, buy-2-let furniture packs, foreign currency exchange, portfolio management as well as a wide range of exclusive developments at home and abroad.”
Educating first time investors is a priority for Frazer who is determined to de-mystify the market and make property investment open and accessible to all. As well as offering a comprehensive seminar programme throughout 2007, members can also sign up to a free 15-part education course (delivered by e-mail), accessing information for which other property investment company charge high fees. The new website also features recommended books and reports for reading and links to amazon.co.uk to make easy purchases. He explained: “Our business is based on securing sound investments for both the experienced investor and for people some of whom are total novices. We want to share the knowledge we have gained over the last 12 years of investing in property to ensure that our clients can make well-informed decisions based on a through understanding of property investing.”
The company has been behind the sale of in excess of 400 properties since its launch and estimates that it has saved its members more than £12 million on list prices. Working with both experienced and novice investors, the company has structured deals from entry level units to high value investment properties.
The Armchair Property Investor has bases in the North West, the Midlands plus a recently opened office in Bristol and sources properties from residential development schemes across the UK and abroad.
For further information on The Armchair Property Investor call 0845 230 5195 or go to www.armchairpropertyinvestor.com
The Armchair Property Investor has sold properties totalling £40m and saved clients over £6m since its inception in August 2005. It has recently won ‘Best Business Start-up’ in an award ceremony organised by leading North West business title, EN Magazine.
The company helps both novice and experienced investors generate wealth through property investment by sourcing below market value deals. By registering free-of-charge as a member on www.armchairpropertyinvestor.com, individuals have access to a wide range of exclusive UK and overseas property deals.
Company: The Armchair Property Investor Ltd
+44 (0) 1663 735140 or +44 (0) 794 7735060
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