‘Definitive guide to property investment’ hits the shelves
21 August 2014
Brick Buy Brick, the most recent training programme launched by professional development brand Tigrent Learning UK, has published what it calls ‘the UK’s first definitive guide to property investment’.
The series of ten books aims to equip property investors starting out on their professional journey with essential strategies and motivation tools.
The ten books cover the following topics:
1 An Overview of Property Investment
2 Commercial Property Investment
3 Social Housing Investment
4 Distressed Property Investment
5 Lease Options
6 Buy To Let Investment
7 Investing in Houses of Multiple Occupancy
8 A Property Sourcing Business
9 Buying Property at Auction
10 Business Planning for the Property Professional
Commenting on this launch, Iain Edwards, Managing Director of Tigrent Learning UK, said: “I am delighted that Tigrent Learning UK has created the Brick Buy Brick brand.
“Within today’s sometimes unstable macro environment there has never been a better time for British people to invest in property.”
“People of any age can sign up for Brick Buy Brick training. From former market traders to MBA students and lawyers, we have taught thousands of people to invest in property in a safe and sustainable way,” he added.
“The premise for launching the Brick Buy Brick series of books is to provide those interested in the subject of property with inspiration and an overview of what is taught within our Advance training programmes.
“Every investor needs to consider the right strategy and plan of action for them and our experienced trainers and mentors share their own experiences to give back to the next generation of investors – both within the books and live within training rooms.”
Edwards added that the books won’t necessarily make you a millionaire but they do encourage hard work and commitment – keystones of any sustainable investment portfolio.
“I hope that these succinct, easy-to-navigate books will help people along their investment journey and satisfy a hungry need within the management book sector,” he concluded.