The 44 Most Closely Guarded Property Secrets is a book by property development team Rob Moore and Mark Homer of Progressive Property.
What does the product offer?
Much of what The 44 Most Closely Guarded Property Secrets is about is in the title really. The authors, Rob Moore and Mark Homer claim that ultimately The 44 Most Closely Guarded Property Secrets will teach you how to start making money through property. They claim that they will uncover secrets “99% of investors don’t know” and that you can save huge amounts of tax.
How does the product work?
Rob Moore and Mark Homer head up Progressive Property, a company that specialises in property investment and as I have covered before, they really seem to be the real deal. The 44 Most Closely Guarded Property Secrets is an extension of some of their knowledge (they have a massive number of products available and it seems unlikely everything will be contained in any one volume). This is really about additional insight into the property market and how to make it work for you.
What is the initial investment?
The 44 Most Closely Guarded Property Secrets is available for £11.39 through the Progressive Property website but it is worth shopping around as some online retailers may sell it for less than this.
What is the rate of return?
There isn’t a direct advertised rate of return. The 44 Most Closely Guarded Property Secrets is fundamentally about teaching users so results should be expected to be qualitative rather than quantitative.
From what I have seen I am not convinced that The 44 Most Closely Guarded Property Secrets is as quite as amazing as implied. There are a number of attempted upsells throughout the book and as is often the way with this kind of thing, a lot of autobiographical aspects. For those who are looking for a clear and hard blueprint, you should probably look elsewhere.
The 44 Most Closely Guarded Property Secrets is more of a general guide crossing information with a lot of positive thinking. This doesn’t make it a bad product, just not perhaps what many purchasers would be expecting.