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reliable? really? a must read...

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  • reliable? really? a must read...

    Hi all,
    Just maybe this will work but maybe not. This isn't spam BTW, but I'm glad you are reading this.

    I'm a hard working reliable (yes lol) male in my 20s who works ridiculously hard for 25k a year. Before tax. And expenses.

    Its stable but I feel short changed. Due to marriage etc ( no regrets ) have limited extra funds to move into property. And that's the hard fact.

    I'm not looking for a loan or money or charity. Nothing's free and besides I have too much of a work ethic to accept such things.

    I would love to work 7 days but not for an employer. I've looked into the independence that property developers can enjoy, not because its easy but because of their work ethic. To work alongside a mentor would be a great dream. I won't bore you to death but I have a degree and work in a professional environment.

    Also, I enjoy reading about property and it is a genuine interest, I'm always doing up living rooms!

    Thank you for reading, and any advice etc is welcome. By the way I'm based in West Yorkshire, please feel free to pm.

    No spam please.

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    Re: reliable? really? a must read...

    You are right to want a mentor for property development.
    You will have a lot to learn and should not be exposing yourself financially in this market.

    Good luck with it.
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