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Hi, I’m Jamie Spillett. I’m a programmer and entrepreneur and I founded a number of UK based companies. I’m currently part of a team here and network is. Today, we’re going to talk about Property Management 2.0, the property rental market and the hospitality industry in general is expecting some big changes. Over the last decade, particularly, there’s been the rise of the full service rental spaces, usually for short listing periods. This course is about how to maximise your rental income for any property or portfolio of properties. It’s not about how to rent out your spare room on air BMB. You learn different tactics for sure, medium and long term lease on a number of different online platforms.

Number one is finding properties in the first place, finding the landlords and negotiating with them to get the best deal possible for you. Number two is your occupation mix. This is what you’re going to do with these properties. How are you going to rent them out? What your strategy is going to be around that. You’ve got three options. A short term. Let’s medium term, let’s a long term. Let’s and your strategy is going to be a mixture of all three. Number three is regulation. This is what’s the legal landscape of what you’re going to be operating? What are the things you got to look out for? How can you mitigate some of those things? And before is pricing what you can do to make sure your smartly pricing so that you can compete against your competition? Make sure you can maximise your income. Number five, scaling. Once you go to more than a few properties in your portfolio, you’re going to need some help. Like how and when do you go find that help? What kind of help you looking for? How do you find the best kind of help? Six is risks. What are the things that are going to be coming down the pipeline for you? What should you be looking out for? What should you be doing in order to try and mitigate some of these things, trying to minimise your downsides? Number 70. Best practises. That is tips and tricks that we picked up and the entrepreneurs that we worked with picked up over the years and operating these kind of businesses. Some might seem obvious, some less obvious, but there were important. And finally, number eight is getting started. How can you go from taking this course into actually operating one of these businesses?

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