Let’s Talk Property – SA Property And How To Evaluate The Best Investments

Private Property South Africa
Scott Picken

Scott Picken, IPS CEO will interview Dr Hannes Dreyer, the global leader in Wealth Creation. Retiring at 37 and living off his property portfolio, Dr Dreyer devised a successful strategy for analysing any property to ensure you can retire and have financial freedom as soon as possible. The most important component is his strategy works in a rising market as well as a falling market, something no one else in South Africa can prove and show their successful results.What will be covered:+ What is happening with SA property market? Where is it going?+ How to analysis a property investment?+ How to calculate the risks and growth?+ How to decide whether to sell property you have – which is not great property?+ How to find the best properties in South Africa?96% of people in South Africa will retire poor and only 1% will retire financially free.Do you want to join them?Then this is not something you can afford to miss…We won’t leave until all the questions are answered and you have the knowledge and your plan!• Date: 16th May 2011• Time: 7pm – 8:30pm (SA time)• Price: R250 (first 100 are free)• Click here to book

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