Dear America Property Friend,
1 MARCH 2016 ANNOUNCEMENT - NOW BY INVITATION ONLY FOR NEXT SIX MONTHS
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You & Your Investing
Buying property in the Americas is not the same as purchasing property in the UK or elsewhere in the EU. You must do your due diligence before investing in any property opportunity in the Americas. You must always take independent professional advice before investing in overseas property. You must not rely on information given to you by developers or agents or those with vested interests.
If you do not know what you are doing, do not invest in property in the Americas. Property is an illiquid asset and prices can and do go up and down. Investors can and do lose money on such investments.
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About Iain Maitland
Iain Maitland is a long-term property investor. He edits the free daily e-news and monthly PDF newsletter services UK Property Alerts at www.ukpropertyalerts.co.uk and International Property Alerts at www.internationalpropertyalerts.co.uk. He also oversees the weekly e- news services at www.francepropertyalerts.co.uk, www.lifestylepropertyalerts.co.uk, www.spainpropertyalerts.co.uk, www.americapropertyalerts.co.uk www.investmentpropertyalerts.co.uk, www.londonpropertyalerts.co.uk and www.hotelpropertyalerts.co.uk.
He is the former editor of Maple Publications’ Property Millionaires’ Club, LifeSecrets and AuctionTrader , Fleet Street Publications’ Shortcut Confidential, Personal & Finance Confidential and SuperTrader and Streetwise Publications' Passive Income News and The Streetwise Bulletin. His courses include Secrets Of The Property Millionaires (Maple Academy), Successful Investing (Regent Academy) and The Maverick Investor’s Home Study Course (Streetwise Publications). He has written 50+ books for worldwide publishers including Random House and Harper Collins. These have been published as far away as Russia, India, Japan, USA and Australia. He has also written for the Sunday Times, Which?, Director and the Financial Times.