The New Rules of Funding Webinar 12 Sept 13

The rules have changed so I have managed to get a Property Funding Expert to come on this webinar with me. I’m picking his expert knowledge could help you a lot especially when it comes to getting finance for your next property project.

Here’s what you will learn on this webinar:

  • We will highlight the 2 places in the housing market that will take off because of the new lending rules.
  • We will introduce our special guest speaker who will tell you which main banks are still lending to….
  1. The Self Employed
  2. Low income First home buyers
  3. Full time investors
  • Plus we will tell you which bank will give you the best interest rate discounts at the moment.
  • And as a special bonus we will explain why 5 year rates are great even if you don’t plan to still own the property in 5 years.

Please note: Only 250 seats available for this webinar and this webinar will not be recorded.  Register for the webinar

See you on the 12th, don’t be late.

 

Happy property investing

Steve Goodey – PropertyTutors

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