PPN Milton Keynes
Meet the UK’s most successful property investors!
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Welcome to Progressive Property Network
PPN MK is a monthly networking event for all property investors whatever your strategy, whether you are a seasoned investor looking at flips or large-scale developments or a new investor finding your feet there will be something of value for you. The host and expert speakers will cover a range of ideas from rent to rent to running multiple development sites concurrently. Not only will you get to meet new like-minded individuals in the audience the speakers will be on hand to answer any questions you may have that can help you advance your goals.
Sometimes it can be a lonely place if you are going at it solo and coming to events like this allows you to share your ideas and knowledge but often great partnerships can be formed especially if you meet people with opposing skill sets. In an open and sharing environment, everyone encourages each other to find better ways to work or grow via your own chosen strategy, as they say, you don’t know what you don’t know and one piece of information can completely change the way you see or approach things. They say your network is your net worth so by becoming part of the community we can all grow together to succeed.
So, if you want to be hands-on, hands-off, just starting or have been in the game for years come along to our friendly event where you will find a no-nonsense environment with people happy to share and help and above all to be inspired!
We can’t wait to see you here
Meet Your Event Host
Introducing Neil Briggs
If you have been in the property scene in Milton Keynes before you probably would recognise Neil Briggs, he started in the industry in 2001 as a Mortgage Advisor and has since then gone on to establish several businesses and a multimillion-pound property portfolio.
Your Event Speakers
Scott Hodson (aka The Property Farmer) started investing in 2014 when he bought a farm for conversion. After making all the mistakes and not getting the planning gain wanted; he needed to find another property strategy that would provide him enough cash flow to get him out of his high paying digital gig and spiralling debt.