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Buy-to-let “still attractive” according to veteran investor

Marco Robinson successfully predicted that the UK would leave the EU two years ago, he also said that corporate tax would drop just like in Ireland and now he is predicting that buy-to-let property in the UK will remain a ‘brilliant investment asset’ post Brexit. 

Despite having acquired more than 100 properties in the past 12 months, Robinson insists that he remains undeterred by the plethora of negative reports about the UK’s decision to exit the EU, partly because he is now receiving a net Income of more than £70,000pa from his buy-to-let property portfolio. In fact, he now views Brexit as a wonderful opportunity to negotiate good value for money property deals.

“Brexit, in my view, is a very, very good thing not just for the UK economy,” he said. “The next three months is the best opportunity to buy property in the UK there has been in the last 50 years!”

The multi-millionaire property investor, who is currently giving away a buy-to-let flat in Manchester, is hosting a free-to-attend buy-to-let workshop for investors thinking about acquiring property, whether for the first time or by simply adding to an existing property portfolio.

What’s more, the first 50 seats booked will receive a free holiday accommodation for two people from Robinson's fully licensed Abta and Atol travel agency for up to seven days for two people with a choice of over 1,800 destinations in Europe.

The Marco LIVE ‘Buy-to-Let Property Buying System’ seminar, which will be held on Sunday 17th July, at the Marriott Hotel in Kensington, will cover a whole host of topics, including what a post Brexit UK housing market will look like, as well as various home buying and selling strategies, ways in which to maximise profits and save on tax, among a host of investment techniques.

To attend the free buy-to-let workshop, click here

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    I blame Brexit!

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    if marco is a great property investor why is he fannying around flogging courses? That must be a more lucrative use of his time? those that can do those that can't teach perhaps?

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    Your comment needs an addition after the word teach. Please could you add "or go into politics"?

     
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