Multiple Streams of Property Income is a book authored by Rob Moore. In it he teaches users how set up their property portfolio to produce multiple revenue streams.
What does the product offer?
Multiple Streams of Property Income is a book that is designed to teach users how to use their property portfolio to generate revenue from the “4 income quarters” which writer Rob Moore ultimately claims provides you with a residual, leveraged and passive income. Multiple Streams of Property Income will also allegedly teach users about compounding your income, creating “strategic clarity” and making the most of your time. There is also an “Industry exposé” about “scams” and income drains as well as a roadmap that should teach users in 6 steps how to become a “genuine property multi-millionaire”.
How does the product work?
Much of the content in Multiple Streams of Property Income has come from Rob Moore’s own experience in setting up a property empire. Rob Moore is one half of the founding members of Progressive Property so you know that the credentials are there. Ultimately this is all about improving your knowledge and understanding.
What is the initial investment?
Multiple Streams of Property Income sells through the Progressive Property store for £11.37 although you can get this for a little less if you shop around online retailers. There is also a Kindle version available for a significantly reduced rate.
What is the rate of return?
Although Rob Moore states that you can become a property multi-millionaire I am inclined to take this with a huge pinch of salt. Ultimately I would expect to walk away from Multiple Streams of Property Income with an improved sense of knowledge of the property market and how to make the most of it.
Multiple Streams of Property Income contains a decent amount of content but there is a lot of repetition from previous Progressive Property books. As with previous examples this is more of a broad strokes than fine detail thing and there is the usual plugging of other products. That doesn’t mean that Multiple Streams of Property Income has no merit, I would just be aware of my expectations when purchasing this.