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Pretoria – Live Deal Analysis – 14 November 2019
November 14, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm
PROPERTY INVESTMENT NETWORKING EVENT
THEME: 7 Steps to ensure the best ROI on your deal.
- EVENT DETAILS:
When: 14 November 2019
Time: 18h00 registration for 18h30 start until 22h00
Where: Forever Hotel @ Centurion – 240 Rabie Street, Lyttelton, Basden Ave, Centurion, 0163
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BOOK TODAY: http://bit.ly/PTA14Nov
At this event we aim to guide you on the necessary steps to take to ensure the success of your next property deal! We will work through a practical case study and delve into:
TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
1.) Criteria for an investable suburb/ Finding & Analyzing an Opportunity
2.) What does a good deal look like: Risks Vs Opportunities
3.) OTP: What to do and not to do
4.) Apply for Finance
5.) Source & Manage Tenants
6.) Leveraging your Home Loan for future investments
7.) Importance of your power team and network
Miguel Martins: Product Manager at Absa Home Loans
Miguel has an extensive background in finance and banking, as well as being a property investor himself. He meets with property investors regularly, discussing various aspects of property management issues and growth strategies.
As a property investor, he has a keen understanding of investors’ challenges, needs and the opportunities that are present in the property market.
‘There are usually more opportunities than one can handle at any time, and in these turbulent times, it is incredibly important that all investment opportunities are analysed thoroughly’.
Together with his team, Absa Home Loans launched Future Rental Income at the end of 2018. Future Rental Income is a one of a kind offering where an investor is able to use the expected rental income for the property to be purchased, to add to their affordability. This enables investors to grow their portfolios further.
Christiaan Jansen: Financing Specialist
Christiaan Jansen started his career at Absa Homeloans, before being head hunted into a large property investment group. Since 2008 his core focus has been on assisting property investors with reaching their goals, the core element to this being structured financing strategies.
His primary client base consists of property investors whom he assists with purchase planning and facilitation of their finance applications to the banks. He’s an avid networker and his motto is that you’re only as strong as the team you have around you, leaving him focused on ensuring that any type of query that reaches him gets referred to someone who can assist, should the query fall outside of his own specialty. Christiaan has extensive knowledge and access to expertise in both the residential and commercial lending space.
Michelle Dickens: Managing Director at TPN: Registered Credit Bureau
Michelle is the managing director and co-founder of TPN Credit Bureau. TPN is South Africa’s only credit bureau specialising in the collection of tenant behaviour and rental payment profile information. Michelle established TPN in 2000 after working as a rental agent and experiencing first-hand the frustration of dealing with delinquent tenants. In 2007, with the advent of the National Credit Act, TPN registered as a credit bureau and was the first credit bureau globally to specialise in the property industry. Since then, TPN has developed many innovative products and formed close working relationships with global credit bureau TransUnion and Experian to further enhance the vetting of tenants. TPN’s biggest contribution to the property industry has undoubtedly been the creation of a rental payment profile which gives tenants the opportunity to improve their credit scorecard whilst renting a property
Bruno Simão: Founder and CEO at Bruno Simão Attorneys
Bruno completed his LLB degree at UNISA, whilst simultaneously gaining exposure and experience in the legal field. After an invaluable term with Burden, Swart & Botha Attorneys in Brooklyn (Pretoria) from 2007 to 2011, Bruno founded Bruno Simão Attorneys in Sandton (Johannesburg) in 2012.
Although his expertise ranges across the board to all facets of the firm’s areas of practice, Bruno’s expertise lies predominantly in dispute resolution, commercial and property law, which entails, amongst a range of other specialities, extensive engagement on investment strategy, planning, structuring, funding, and execution; as well as litigation/arbitration strategy and execution, including commercial and contractual disputes, enforcement orders, evictions, utility disconnections, and rental collections.
Bruno has contributed extensively to the modelling, education and skills development of property investors, offering specialised training on profiling, strategy, and risk management, and having both contributed to the training and acted in representation of a range of persons including entry-level investors to high-level corporates. He regularly presents (at international seminars, radio shows, and summits) and contributes articles on the topic, and has spearheaded Court cases that have developed and framed this area of law.
Marisia Robus: Property Inspections Specialist
The day Marisia Robus started in the construction business, her father began building a house. She went to site every day and learned about the construction process from the beginning. This gives her an edge over other home inspectors – when she identifies a problem in a house, she know what caused it.
As owner of Gauteng Property Inspections, she is passionate about property and it is very upsetting to her to see how clients are taken for a ride by unscrupulous contractors, sellers and agents. She qualified as an ITC Certified Roof Inspector in 2017, one of only 40 inspectors in the country. Marisia also has has six years property inspection experience and will provide you with a detailed and personalised report on any property you want to buy, a snag list, maintenance report, or assist with a due diligence report.
Her motto of : “You would benefit from our knowledge and experience” has made he a sought after property inspector with a reputation for very detailed and impartial reports.