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Dan Varnaseri

An Associate Director of New Homes and oversee a team of Consultants. Dan joined Brett's team in Jan 2010 at 29...as a young enthusiastic salesperson that knew it all. The mentorship given by Brett quickly taught him that actually, he had some big life lessons to learn. He applied these lessons and took steps to follow the guidance and putting this all into practice. In his first 7 years at Gladfish, he directly helped over 250 clients invest in over 100M worth of Property. Outside of the Business, Dan is an active Dad of 3 entertaining kids...and an amazing wife. We love a holiday and spend most of the weekends visiting the rest of their families. Work and family pretty take up all of his time...leaving just enough for the real love of my life...football.

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How to reduce your buy-to-let costs

By Dan Varnaseri

Strategies to maximise profits by reducing your costs as a landlord In our last article, we introduced you to the range of costs that a landlord might face. Some are mandatory, with little scope to reduce them. Fortunately, the mandatory costs (EPC, Gas Safety Certificate, and ICO registration) are only a total cost of around […]

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Snagging the easy way

By Dan Varnaseri

Before you pay, get the magnifying glass out You’ve invested in an off-plan property and have received the completion notice. The developer wants payment for the work done. You may be eager to complete yourself, and install the tenant you have ready and waiting. The first thing you should do, though, is to inspect the property and […]

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How property investors negotiate below market value property deals

By Dan Varnaseri

Always get a great deal when you invest To get the best below market value property deals, you’ll probably have to learn how property investors negotiate. Some people are born hagglers. Some pay the price asked every time, without question. I’ve sat on a beach in Spain and watched holidaymakers pay £20 for a pair of […]

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Pump up your property investment profits by acting like a professional

By Dan Varnaseri

The before, during and after essentials of property investment The objective of investing in property is to benefit from the potential capital gains and rental income that a buy-to-let investment could produce. It’s this money that will transform your life. It’s going to provide the finances to pay for the lifestyle you desire. It never […]

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What stops most people becoming successful property investors?

By Dan Varnaseri

Fear – the emotional barrier to your wealthy future in property Fear. It’s the one emotion guaranteed to kick your property investment plans into touch. Fear will stop you making the choices you need to make. As Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” In this article, I’ll […]

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7 Common property investment mistakes and how to avoid them

By Dan Varnaseri

Tips to profit as a property investor from day one In property investment, there isn’t a mistake that hasn’t already been made. Most are made by beginner investors, who haven’t yet gained the experience to avoid them. It’s these mistakes that stop investors from continuing after their first investment and becoming property millionaires. In this […]

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The savvy way to spend property investment income

By Dan Varnaseri

How to invest and save for real lifestyle change Property investors all face the same question at some stage of their investment life. Whether you’re just starting out and own a single buy-to-let property with positive cash flow, or you own a multi-million-pound portfolio, you will have to decide on how to spend your extra […]

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Benefit from investments with a property investment company

By Dan Varnaseri

Taking advantage of expertise in property investments The truth about property investments vs. stock market portfolios is that property investments knock the spots off the stock market. If you’d bought an average-value house 90 years ago, your capital growth today would be around 47,000%. The same investment in shares would have grown by just 11,000%. […]

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