Platinum Property Partners Joins Point Franchise
Point Franchise proudly welcomes the world’s first property investment franchise, Platinum Property Partners.
Those looking to make a living from property will be very interested to hear that Platinum Property Partners has recently joined the Point Franchise family. Founded in 2007 by entrepreneur Steve Bolton, Platinum Property Partners now has more than 300 franchisees operating in 200 towns and cities across the UK. Its head office is based in Bournemouth which is home to a team of 35 employees, including coaches, mentors and property experts.
Steve Bolton understands first-hand how investing in property can generate a healthy and relatively passive income after he let his first HMO (house in multiple occupation) property in 2014. He discovered that renting multiple high-quality rooms to individual professional tenants within one property was the most effective way to make an income. Now he’s on a mission to help other franchisees achieve the same.
With Platinum Property Partner’s guidance and support, franchisees will be taught everything they need to know to become a successful and professional property investor and landlord. Topics include how to identify a property’s letting potential, how to obtain licensing and permissions, how to cost-effectively refurbish them and how to set up the most tax-efficient structure. Franchisees will also have access to the complete franchise system, operation manuals, one-to-one mentoring and training.
Speaking about his experience with Platinum Property Partners, Giles, who joined in November 2013, claims that “If I hadn’t have had Platinum encouraging me and holding my hand, I might have gone back to employment, got to 60, had an inadequate pension and not taken control of my life”
Platinum Property Partners has gone on to become the fastest growing premium franchise in the UK and is a became a full member of the British Franchise Association in 2012. Among all its partners, it now has a property portfolio of over 1,000 HMO properties that exceed over £300 million in value. Each one of its properties generates an average £17,000 annual gross profit which is 40% higher than traditional buy-to-let models.
Gemma Brown, Point Franchise ©