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How to buy £1.5Million Property Portfolio for NO MONEY DOWN

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Event with Nikki Pope

Saturday, January 18, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (GMT)

London, United Kingdom

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Nikki Pope will share with you the exact system she used to buy £1.5 Million Pounds worth of Property for No Money Down.

You should get a massive return on your investment as everyone attending will be given the toolkit they need to buy residential UK property, using a tried and tested and proven system…the profit you make on each deal is down to the individual but typical deals make £90,000 PER DEAL!!!

Nikki will show you what you need to do & how to do it.

You will discover: 

At the end of the day you will have a Personal Action Plan to maximise the opportunity to make massive property profits in an ethical win-win way (sellers will be so grateful they have met you).

 
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