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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.

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The Property Investor Letting Workshop is an 8-week online course designed to teach property investors how to build and manage a successful property letting business for their buy-to-let property investments.

The Property Investor Letting Workshop covers what property investors need to know about the Rental Housing Act so that they can let their buy-to-let properties and conduct themselves in a manner that is legal. The course also provides afull step-by-step process to every stage of letting and managing rental property.

Together with wealth of information provided, property investors also get a Residential Lease that is specifically designed to be 100% legal while protecting the property investors interests.

 

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Tips and Tricks in Successful Buy To Let Management
How to Identify Tenants Turning from Good to Bad
Third Step: Eliminating Potential Bad Tenants - Screening Process
Second Step: Eliminating Potential Bad Tenants - Know Your Market
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Anyone who seeks to venture into the world of property investing should definitely not miss the opportunity to register for the ‘Calculating Residential Investment Course ‘ . Wow what a learning curve for me . I thoroughly enjoyed  the examples used – which were so practical -and the various scenarios presented in every example and how that impacted on a particular investment . To go along with that the inside info provided was great . It certainly opened my eyes wide open and also the confidence as to what I need to know , ask and look for in a particular investment deal . Thanx for a great course . Demitri Giannais - JHB

 

I attended the Letting workshop down in Durban, as a full time property investor whos business is property I learnt a lot from this workshop. It is full of "meat and potatoes" facts and tools to make our lives as Buy to Let property investors a lot easier whether you manage your tenants yourself or you outsource to a letting agent. Worth its weight in gold! - Brennan Carey

 

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.

 
As a matter of fact ... of the 3 places where we've used the new contract and new practices that we were taught, we have yet to receive a late payment (or non-payment) on the rent or experience any problems with the tenants. - Eugené L. Pienaar - JHB

My partner and I attended the PIN Investor Letting Workshop in Feb 2008 with no expectations as we already considered ourselves to be rather knowledgeable in the art of letting property.  We have a few properties on our books and have been using standard contracts and 'gut feel' screening to place tenants and manage the properties.  Needless to say, we were in for quite a surprise on the day. 

Within the first 15 minutes, we realized that we had better start taking some notes as we clearly had LOTS to learn.  We started the session going through the legalities of renting properties out ... I was amazed at how many things I did not know pertaining to both landlord as well as tenant privileges.  It was not long into this session that we also found out that the advice we have received from other guru's in the property market would see us lands us in trouble if followed and done in the matter they advocate.

Karen and Sean then shared some 'nuggets of wisdom' on how to find and screen the right tenants, how to manage them and how to evict them legally if they become non-performing tenants.  We received some key contact information and most of all - we were given AND taken through (step-by-step) a legally sound contract for residential letting that favors the landlord and empowers him to deal with all types of issues.

We walked out of the seminar feeling that it was money well spent and have recommended it to our friends that are currently dabbling in property investment.  We then sat down and went through our letting agencies methods, contracts and administration.  We ended up giving them notice as we felt (after discussions with them) that we were better equipped to handle the letting process than they were.  I was, in fact, getting a huge kick informing them of issues that they were not aware of. 

As a matter of fact ... of the 3 places where we've used the new contract and new practices that we were taught, we have yet to receive a late payment (or non-payment) on the rent or experience any problems with the tenants. 

I can recommend this course as the one course you MUST do before renting out your own or someone else's property (rental agents ... take note!).  It is money well spent and the support received from Sean and Karen on the PIN forums after the course rounds off the total package rather nicely.  All queries were answered within 24 hours (or less!).  Well done Sean and Karen.  Keep up the good work and keep the education coming!". Eugené L. Pienaar - JHB

 

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.

 
I did the initial Calculating Residential Deals workshop and refreshed my knowledge with the online course.  The course was well presented and the course materials up to date and informative.  It eased me into understanding the key financials behind decision I had been making instinctively.  Upon completion of this course, I now knew not just which numbers to calculate or how to calculate them, but more importantly, I knew how to read and understand them.  This basically gives the rounding off to your gut feeling when deciding to buy an investment property or not.  We often hear people say that you need to fall in love with the numbers/financials of an investment and not the unit itself ... well, without this course I would not have been able to do so.  I am now able to make sound financial investment decisions as I actually understand what I need to look for or where I need to change my offer to ensure a desired outcome.  

Probably the most important part of all of this is the fact that my understanding of the numbers/financials now give me an opportunity to put together a much better request for finance document for the banks than I could previously do.  Once you can show a bank, in their own language, why something is a sound investment, you won't struggle as hard to get financing and support.  All in all, I think it the course was value for money, filled with good content and ultimately, and a necessity for any property investor. Eugene Pienaar - JHB