PPN Norwich

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PPN Norwich

PPN Norwich is a monthly property networking event for anyone interested in property, from the absolute beginner to multi-million pound portfolio owners. Our aim is to keep you up to date with all of the new and developing strategies in the rapidly changing business we call property.

Bringing like-minded individuals together to network, share knowledge, and learn from expert speakers on all things related to property investing; from strategies to mindset, finance to self-care, all things that will help you and your business grow. 

Come along and meet like minded property people from the area. Building relationships with other investors and professionals to help grow your business and find success in property investing. 

We look forward to meeting you whether you are a property investor, trades person, designer or a property photographer. Whatever your interest you will be welcomed.

Our Next Event : 25th April, 2024
Timing : Arrive from 6:30 for drinks and networking
7 pm Start
Finish around 9 pm
The Venue :

Mercure Norwich, Boundary Road, Norwich, NR3 2BA

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Meet Your Event Hosts 

Steve Allan

Stephen began his career in flavour research before transitioning to various posts in software development. Since (almost) retiring he has realised that a traditional pension and investments are not a robust hedge against destitution. So, he has joined his wife, Fiona, on her property journey.

Fiona Guthrie

Fiona had a career in scientific quality control and then in research before moving into Health and Safety gaining NEBOSH certification and a qualification in Health and Safety in Construction.

After a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, her working life changed and at that time she was unaware of the signals she was getting that were trying to tell her that she should work for herself instead of working for other people. During this time, she learned numerous healing methods which she has used on herself.

Fiona learned a lot about mindset and how to work with emotions to help people to heal themselves. Fiona became an accidental landlord and found Progressive to find out more about how to invest in property properly from professionals. 

Things have moved on a lot from when she bought her first flat in 1982 for £14,600, with a deposit of £600 and a mortgage of £14,000.

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