Training Manuals

These step-by-step manuals cover each strategy in detail, giving you all the information that you need to get started. 

They will also provide you with all the template contracts and documentation that you need, saving you time and thousands of pounds in solicitor fee’s  

Raising Finance and Joint Ventures

If you are starting out in property with little money in the bank this manual with teach you the skills needed to raise finance and strategically partner with cash-rich investors. Even if you already have finance the skills you will learn in this manual will be crucial for your success. 

“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much” Helen Keller

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rent 2 rent

Rent 2 Rent Accelerator

Many successful companies control assets that they don’t own. Think of Uber who don’t own their fleet or Amazon who don’t own the majority of their stock. This step-by-step manual will teach you how to control and earn a very good income from properties that you don’t own. More importantly you’ll be given the correct contracts and documentation to do so legally.

This includes full written instructions as well as all the contracts and documentation that you need including –

  • Template Company Let Agreement (Furnished and Unfurnished)
  • Viewing Inspection Form
  • Management Agreement

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HMO
Bootcamp

House of Multiple Occupation (HMO’s) is simply the act of renting out your investment property room by room. While this significantly increases cash flow and your return on investmentr. There is much legislation and red tape involved. This manual takes you through the entire process from start to finish and teaches you what questions to ask and how to do your own due diligence.

This includes full written instructions as well as all the contracts and documentation that you need including –

  • HMO AST Contract 
  • Deposit Protection Contract
  • Viewing Inspection Sheet
  • HMO Cash ROI calculator
  • HMO mortgage ROI calculator

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Buy, Refurbish, Refinance Masterclass

Buy, Refurbish, Refinance simply put is a 3 step process.

  1. Buying a property, usually in disrepair and below market value. 
  2. Refurbishing the property and bringing it up to the true market value.
  3. Refinancing the property at its true value which should allow you to pull out most, if not all your initial investment.

This manual will give you an in-depth knowledge of the entire process

  • Link to BRR cash purchase ROI calculator

  • Link to example valuation pack

  • Table of common refurbishment approximate costs

  • Template loan agreement 

  • Template loan deed 

  • Template JV agreement

  • Viewing Inspection Sheet

Stage One: Buy… 

  • Undertaking background research into the local economy; the mix of house types and prices and assessing demand for a specific area.
  • Assessing rental value for a specific area and the online resources to be used for this.
  • How to approach agents and what to say over the phone.
  • Stacking prospective deals
  • Financial stacking of figures (2 comparative examples of potential BRRR projects)
  • Raising Finance and purchasing the property
  • Purchasing with cash
  • Re-mortgaging a residential property to release finance for a cash purchase
  • Where and how to find Joint Venture investors
  • Bridging Finance
  • Lease Option Agreements
  • Finding suitable properties with sufficient scope for increase in value

 

Stage Two: Refurbishing the Property

  • What to look for in a builder / tradesperson

 

Stage Three: Refinancing the Property

  • How to prepare a valuation pack
  • Finding a mortgage broker

 

Stage Four: Renting the Property

  • Viewing checklists
  • Damp information

 

Deal Selling Masterclass

Deal selling is the act of finding a property that is for sale that would make a good investment. Doing due diligence on the property and then selling that information to an investor for a fee.

This step-by-step manual combines both theory and practice as it prepares you to set up a successful deal selling business. 

Samuel has packaged and sold hundreds of deals and this manual will take you through the exact blueprint that he  has used so successfully. 

 

We have done it all for and its all provided in the manual, including –

  • Exclusivity Agreement
  • Memorandum of Understanding
  • Non Disclosure Agreement
  • Viewing Inspection Form 
  • Company Terms and Condition
  • Template Due Diligence Pack
Part 1 
  • What is property sourcing? Who would use it and why? 
  • How to replace your full time income with property sourcing
  • Step by Step business set up and compliance – including costings
  • Where to find deals – and tips to spot ones that others are missing 
  • How to assess the deals (including an example development spreadsheet) 
  • List of example conversion costs
  • How to secure the deal
 
Part 2
  • Building a hot list of investors 
  • Networking advice
  • Information on Bettersourced website to help your conversion rate
  • How to market your deals
  • Example sales pitch email
  • Advice on overcoming investor objections 
  • How to transfer the offer from your name to the investors name

Lease Option
Bootcamp

A Lease Option agreement is similar to a hire purchase agreement (hp) that is in place when you purchase a car. The only difference is the car will most likely depreciate in value whereas property will most likely appreciate in value.

This manual will guide you through the entire process including finding direct to vendor deals that fit the required criteria and negotiating the deal to completion.

 

This includes full written instructions as well as all the contracts and documentation that you need including –

  • Template Lease Option Contract
  • Template AST
Chapter 1
  • Understanding the Lease Option (the legalities, and options such as buy now pay later) 
  • What would give the seller motivation? 
  • Making the agreement Win-Win
  • Case Studies to learn from 
  • Knowing what to offer 
Chapter 2
  • Learning how the recession can bring you deals 
  • Scrapping negative equity addresses
  • Learning how to find direct landlord leads 
  • Properties that are both for sale and to rent 
  • Bringing different strategies into your toolbox
  • Expanding your network and property circle 
Chapter 3
  • Contacting sellers and keeping it simple
  • Example negative equity letter
  • Increasing your conversion rate
  • Cutting out agents – and getting them onboard with this
  • Renting to selling landlords
Chapter 4
  • How to speak to sellers
  • Taking control over the conversations
  • How to get financial information from the seller 
  • Due diligence process
  • How to calculate your offer 
Chapter 5
  • Information around mortgage queries 
  • Information on building surveys
  • Information on hidden costs, break clauses and insurance
  • What to do at the end of a LOA
Chapter 6
  • Presenting your offer
  • Dealing with objections
Chapter 7
  • What to do when the owner refuses to sell
  • How to know when to walk away 
  • Using cash flow as a deposit
  • Selling/renewing and buying your LOA

Serviced Accommodation Intensive

Serviced apartments are the fastest growing sector in hospitality. The global total of serviced apartments have now reached over one million. This shows a 30% increase over six years, with Europe being cited as a key player.

It generates an incredibly high cashflow and an excellent return on investment. This manual take you through the entire process and provides all needed documentation and contracts.

 

This includes full written instructions as well as all the contracts and documentation that you need including –

  • Viewing Inspection Sheet
  • Template Management Agreement 
  • Inspection Form 
  • Link to SA ROI calculator

Stage One: Buy… 

  • Undertaking background research into the local economy; the mix of house types and prices and assessing demand for a specific area.
  • Assessing rental value for a specific area and the online resources to be used for this.
  • How to approach agents and what to say over the phone.
  • Stacking prospective deals
  • Financial stacking of figures (2 comparative examples of potential BRRR projects)
  • Raising Finance and purchasing the property
  • Purchasing with cash
  • Re-mortgaging a residential property to release finance for a cash purchase
  • Where and how to find Joint Venture investors
  • Bridging Finance
  • Lease Option Agreements
  • Finding suitable properties with sufficient scope for increase in value

 

Stage Two: Refurbishing the Property

  • What to look for in a builder / tradesperson

 

Stage Three: Refinancing the Property

  • How to prepare a valuation pack
  • Finding a mortgage broker

 

Stage Four: Renting the Property

  • Viewing checklists
  • Damp information

 

Crash Course
Manual

This step-by-step manual will give you an in-depth understanding of how to get started and make money as a property investor.

The Property Investors Crash Course Online teaches the foundations of the real estate investment and combines theory with practical exercises in order to accelerate your learning.

 

 

 

Return on Investment Calculator

Power Team Details 

Chapter One: Think Like A Property Investor 

1.1: Head In The Game

Exercise: 

1.2: They Lied To You

Exercise:

1.3: Get Rich By Mistake 

1.4: Property vs Other Assets

1.5: Make Money While You Sleep

Exercise:

1.6: ABC Over XYZ

 1.7: The Winning Formula

Exercise: 

Chapter Two: 

2.1: The Importance of Return On Investment

2.2: The Average House 

2.3: Total Investment 

2.4: Annual Profit

2.5: Interest Over Repayment Mortgage

2.6: Who Pays for Maintenance 

2.7: Paying for Property Maintenance

 2.8: Calculating Mortgage Payments

 2.9: ROI Calculator

Gross Monthly Profit

Rate of Return On Investment (ROI) 

2.10: ROI Calculator (Part Two)

2.11: ROI Calculator (Part Three)

Exercise:

2.12: Liability Houses

Chapter Three: Predicting The Economy

3.1: Buying Through A Recession

 3.2: Don’t Follow The Masses

3.3: Avoiding Capital Gains Tax

3.4: When To Sell Your Properties

 3.5: How The Rich Avoid Taxes 

3.6: Section 24 Avoidance

3.7: The Rules Will Change

3.8: Don’t Believe In Everything you Read

3.9: Ltd Company vs Individual

3.10: Five Ways To Avoid Stamp Duty

Chapter Four: Choosing the Right Property

 4.1: Three Golden Rules:

These are the three golden rules to make sure you are buying correctly

4.2: Correlation Between Rent and House Prices 

4.3: Formulae not Feelings

Exercise:

4.4: Off Market vs On Market 

4.5: Auctions 

4.6: Modern Auctions 

4.7: Non-Standard Construction 

4.8: On-line Agencies 

4.9: Cash Buyers Only 

4.10: Bad Condition

4.11: Shared Ownership

4.12: Retirement Homes

4.13: Leaseholds

4.14: Repossessions

4.15: Find a Deal From Scratch (Part One)

4.16: Real Life ROI

4.17: Go Find A House

Exercise:

Chapter Five: Avoiding Bad Tenants

5.1: Types of Bad Tenants

5.2: Investment Areas To Avoid

5.3: Inventories

5.4: Deposits

5.5: Assured Shorthold Tenancy Contracts

5.6: Scammer Tenants

5.7: Peace of Mind Checks

5.8: Choosing the Right Letting Agency

Chapter Six: Avoiding Bad Houses

6.1: Don’t Buy A Lemon

6.2: Types of Survey

6.3: Choosing The Right Solicitor

6.4: Naked Eye Traps

6.5: Energy Performance Certificates – EPCs

6.6: Planning Performance Licence Certificates Required 

6.7: Risk of Flooding

6.8: Mine Shafts

6.9: Ransom Strips

6.10: Flying Freeholds

 6.11: Japanese Knotweed

Chapter Seven: Knowing The True Market Value

 7.1: Asking Price Is Irrelevant 

7.2: Cracking the Code 

7.3: Key On-Line Portals 

7.4: Checking Competition 

7.5: Like For Like Sales 

7.6: Negotiating Bargain Properties 

Chapter Eight: Knowing The True Market Rent

8.1: What’s Renting

 8.2: Hack To See What’s Rented

 8.3: Getting Information From Agents 

Chapter Nine: Take Further Action

 9.1: Clinch A Deal

 Exercise:

9.2: Overcoming Fear

9.3: The Art Of Making Decisions

Exercise: 

9.4: Deal Selling Master Class 

9.5: Lease Option Agreements 

9.6: HMOs and Rent To Rent

 9.7: Serviced Accommodation and Rent to Serviced Accommodation

9.8: Buy, Refurbish, Refinance and Rent – Raising Finance and Joint Ventures

 Chapter Ten: Financial freedom Planner

10.1: Your Financial Freedom Figure 

Exercise:

10.2: Make It Simpler

Exercise:

10.3: Pay Yourself First

 10.4: The Very Best Investment

10.5: The Ultimate Goal

10.6: Keys To A Guaranteed Win

Useful Contacts




Deal Finding Extravaganza Manual

In this manual, you will learn how to assess the demand for residential property, depending on location and strategy. This will give you focus and allow you to determine your ‘Patch’

You will learn what to look for when viewing a property and how to carry out due diligence, risk assess and calculate the return on investment.

 

 

This includes full written instructions as well as all the contracts and documentation that you need including –

  • Memo of Understanding

  • Exclusivity Agreement

  • Template NDA

  • Viewing Inspection Form

  • Example Of Due Diligence  

  • Terms for DIY Starter Pack 

  • Template Meet The Buyer

DFE
 
How to find,view, assess, stack and secure deals! 
 
Part 1 
  • How to prime a location and choose a patch
  • What is Article 4 and how will it affect you?
  • Understanding HMOs and Use Classes
  • What to look for when viewing a property
  • Understanding the market needs in your patch
  • Example plan for the day
  • Real Life case study to learn from 
  • How to systemise and seal the deal 
 
Part 2
  • What is property sourcing? 
  • Inside track to BetterSourced
  • Who would use a property sourcer and why?
  • How to find investors and overcome objections
  • How to replace your full time income with property sourcing
  • Business set up and compliance – including compliance costs
  • Tips for spotting deals that others are missing
  • Assessing the deals
  • How to market your deals
  • Understanding the sales process 
Samuel Leeds

Business Of Property Investing

Property investment is a business and should be treated as such. In this manual you will learn how to buy property in a tax efficient way, write a killer business plan, negotiate like a master, create a power team so you can systemise your business, brand yourself as an expert and much more.

  • JV agreement
  • Loan agreement secured 
  • Loan agreement unsecured
  • Employment Contract
  • NDA
  • Privacy policy 
  • Complaints Procedure
  • Cash flow Forecast
  • Memorandum of understanding
  • Exclusive Agreement
  • Partnership Agreement
Part 1
  • Setting learning outcomes
  • Getting yourself in the right mindset 
  • Understanding the rules for success and the art of selling
  • Key behaviours – earning trust, getting people to like you, time management. 
  • Goal oriented business plans
  • Learning the art of creating and cultivating a brand, marketing and selling
  • Russel Leeds tips for being a winner
  • Psychology of business and finance – what do you have to offer?
  • Steps for achieving your financial goals and serving you personal goals
  • Learning how to be a speaker : a guide
  • A step by step approach for putting together a talk
  • Key behavioural checklist for success in business 
 
Part 2 
  • Starting and running your own business – a step by step guide. 
  • Tax efficiency – key points for consideration 
  • How to build a power team
  • Landlord responsibilities (tax, insurance, GDPR, deposits, admin fees)
  • Tenant information (due diligence, ending a tenancy agreement, finding a letting agent)
Part 3
  • Writing a step by step business plan