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Online Real Estate and Property Investing Courses, Seminars and Training

You don’t need a degree or to be a guru to be successful in property investing. You just need to know how real estate investing works and what are the rules. We give you all that. All the information investors would have loved to have before this last downturn.

Campus makes it possible for you to learn about property from the comfort of your office or home computer, anywhere, anytime, at your own pace.

Most property investing courses and workshops are now "Instant Access" and some scheduled throughout the year for your convenience. Seats are though limited for each course due to licensing of software. Make sure you book your courses well in advance to avoid disappointment.

With the purchase of any property investing course you get free one year access to Property Investor Network Forum.

For pricing visit the Property Investor Network Shop .

commercial property investor Comercial Property Investment for Beginners is a 4-week online course designed to introduce Property Investors to the fundamentals of investment in commercial and industrial property.

The course provides property investors with the fundamentals required in order to understand commercial property investment and how to perform the basic financial calculations needed for analysis of commercial and industrial investment opportunities.

Comercial Property Investment for Beginners is suitable for new and seasoned property investors who wish to enter into commercial property investment types including shopping centers, offices and warehouses.

Comercial Property Investment for Beginners is also suitable for residential property investors wish to invest in residential buildings classed as commercial investments by financial institutions.

 

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I have been on PIN for a while now, and I feel my learning has been put on steroids. Since I joined PIN some 10 months ago my entire perspective about property investing and real estate in general has completely changed. This course in particular has hit home again, one of the main things I have learnt that there is a massive difference between speculating on real estate and investing and the entire system calculations and considerations have to be significantly different when employing these different strategies. I can also say that this is just the beginning for me and the more I learn the more I see my passion for property grow.  Brent Schwalm -  JHB

 

I have had 4 tenants over a period of 10 years. I was very fortunate in that they were all good, reliable tenants. I had however seen a few of my colleagues go through absolute hell with bad tenants. I’m talking about really BAD tenants. While searching the internet for a lease agreement I stumbled upon the PINN webpage and signed up for their “Investor Letting Workshop “

It was the best choice that I have made in a long time. At the end of the day I was more confident in my role as a landlord as I had just learnt. Don’t end up like my colleagues whose experience was so stressful that they sold their properties. Rather arm yourself with knowledge that will make letting a win – win situation. Take the opportunity to learn, I am truly grateful that I did - Elaine Fike

 

I found the rental workshop very informative. I am a registered real estate agent with a franchise group and I was amazed how many legally protective clauses were inserted in your agreement. I have used many rental agreements before and not one of these agreements was adequate in this respect. Karen I find your agreement 100 % complete and your knowledge on the subject is unsurpassable. Your lease agreement is in daily use in my property rental portfolio. Thank you. Alex Nicolaou - Registered Estate agent in Edenvale.

 

The letting workshop had double value for me, both as a landlord and as a tenent.. I am now making use of a rental agent with houses I am renting out in Bellville and Swellendam (W.Cape). Your lease agreement is excellent, and gave me a lot of confidence to continue the process without a rental agent.

On the other hand, I was also renting myself, a farmhouse in the Heidelberg (W.Cape) district. After all the practical information I learnt in the letting workshop, I realised that my landlord was trying to take me for a ride. With the information I was able to confront him with legitimate and up to date information - on which he had no answer, and lost his "case" against me. - Pierre van Den Berg

 

When I started the Calculating Residential Deals course I started with a mind set that the only good investment is one that has capital growth. The course has clearly shown me how over many years how a property is really an investment and can make me and my children money if I keep it for long term. Needless to say I am now restructuring my strategies completely. John Deutsch - DBN.

 

What I derived from the course was the interaction with the other course participants, which one can learn from and also network with in the future. The course itself is an eye opener especially if you want to run with the letting process from start to finish yourself. The legal aspects I found very much as the most important part of the course.

The detail of the course also spells what to do on a step-by-step basis to reduce the letting process risk to a minimum though there is no guarantee that your investment will be looked after by the tenants. Ideas on where the letting market is and how to go about dealing with your tenant, was also of great value. The course however needed more time in order to digest the nutritional value of the workshop. Keep up the good work. -  Ebrahiem Kammies