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Welcome to Progressive Property Network
Hi and thank you for your interest in the PPN Meeting, Derby.
We hope you can join us at this fun and enjoyable property meeting. Whether you are new to property or an experienced investor we have a relaxed environment where you can meet like-minded people. We have a different keynote speaker at each event to talk on a particular topic related to property. There is plenty of opportunity to meet both the speaker and the experts in the room.
Some of our members have large property portfolios and can be regarded as experts. While others just have a passing interest and become keen to take the first steps. Others have the funds to invest but not the time due to their busy lives/careers. They are simply looking for partners to work with. Whatever your interest or experience you’ll find our community can be a great help.
Every investor has made mistakes. The cheapest are other peoples. Our overall aim is to provide a social environment where you can make new contacts, improve your knowledge and hopefully avoid those costly mistakes.Surrounding yourself with friendly expert professionals is a great way to help you succeed.
Wherever you are on your property journey we look forward to meeting you.
Our Next Event: TBA
Nelsons Solicitors, Sterne House, Lodge Lane, Derby, DE1 3WD
Meet Your Event Host
I have been a property investor, landlord, and property owner for over a decade and currently run a letting agency JHPS to manage my own properties and for a few a carefully chosen landlords who share my desire to supply the market with high end top quality accommodation. I specialise in HMO student properties but have experience across the board with all types of property and all types of tenants.
I first got into property way back in 1991. As a student, I thought that these landlords were onto a good thing. Get a houseand, rather than rent it to a family, rent it by the room. As I didn’t have a deposit I partnered with a friend. We filled the rooms with tenant-mates and away we went. Although soon after my friend decided he didn’t like the communal lifestyle, so I bought him out. There I was, a landlord and property investorat the tender age of 22.