Mark here.

I hope you’ve all had a great week so far. Here’s the 19th edition of the 2022 blog!

Our week:

We have had a very good week here at Action Invest. Firstly, we attended The Property Circle Black Tie event in Birmingham on Saturday. It was an absolutely amazing venue hosted by Ste, Isabella and the rest of the TPC team. We had the pleasure to listen to the speakers who provided a lot of insight into property as well as helping with self-development and mindset. Plus, it was just another opportunity to dress up!

We have also been viewing some BRRR/Flip opportunities in Accrington. If you missed it, we sent one of the properties that we viewed onto our list this week. If you would like details about that, please get in touch!

The Wigan project is also coming along very well. We have just reconfigured the stairs and the builders are doing an excellent job on constructing them!

Our Biggest Learning Experiences This Week:

The biggest learning experiences we’ve had this week is networking is everything. Every single person that you meet in your life will know something that you don’t. This is why it is absolutely imperative to get yourself out there to gain this knowledge from people who are making moves in the property game!

Weekly News:

Should you buy a house during the UK cost of living crisis? Property experts explain

The average property price in February was £27,000 higher than a year earlier – up 10.9% – as it reached a record £277,000, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Of course, no one knows for sure whether house prices will continue or rise this year, or whether they could fall.

The property market soared in 2021, as buyers rushed to take advantage of a temporary cut to stamp duty.

The good news for property buyers is that experts are not expecting prices to fall in the short-term.

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Mo’s Top Tip:

Where to Look for a New Property UK 2022

As you may already know, location plays a very significant part in a property’s price.

Four areas where it is relatively cheap to buy property at this current stage are County Durham, Copeland, Ayrshire and Yorkshire.

For reference, the average housing price in County Durham amounts to around £150,000, with the lowest being approximately £24,000 and the highest coming up to £180,000.

Co-Deal Sourcing:

If you’re interested in sending regular deals to us to send out on our Deal Alerts, please message “co-deal sourcing” to 07737525850. We look forward to working with you.

Bespoke Sourcing

Here at Action Invest, we offer a bespoke sourcing package to all of our investors. If you prefer us to go out and find a deal that suits your requirements and needs, we are more than happy to do so. Please contact Mo on 07737525850 at your earliest convenience to discuss your next investment!


We have had a few enquiries regarding our mentoring program and we are delighted to announce that we are still taking on new mentees! Mo is eager to speak to you to help you reach your desired goals – contact him on 07737525850!

Check Your Junk Box

We’ve been getting told people aren’t seeing our deals emails every week because it’s going into their junk box. Make sure to check your junk box to see if our emails are going in there. If they are, add us to your ‘Safe Contacts’ list so you won’t miss out any more.

Thanks for reading! We’ll see you soon!

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