Platinum Property Partners franchise

Min investment


Platinum Property Partners franchise

A Platinum company

Platinum Property Partners (PPP) assist you in building your own portfolio of specialist buy-to-let properties and secures you a substantial income for life.

Minimum investment

Funding support

Total investment

Franchise fees
32,970 +VAT

Business type

Expected revenue after 2 years

Minimum investment

  • Operating fee:
    Monthly subscription of £495 +VAT
  • Advertising fee:
  • Royalty fee:
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About Platinum Property Partners

An income for life from your own property portfolio

At Platinum Property Partners (PPP), we can help you build your own specialist buy-to-let property portfolio that achieves market-leading returns and gives you an income for life.

With our guidance and support, well teach you how to become a successful and professional property investor and landlord, providing high quality accommodation and the best customer service to tenants.

Youll learn everything you need to know, what costly mistakes to avoid and how, including:

  • Which properties to buy and where
  • How to cost-effectively refurbish them
  • How to obtain the required planning permissions and licensing
  • Setting up the most tax-efficient business structure

We have a tried, tested and proven business model that can simply turn £300,000* of capital into a lifelong income and sustainable buy-to-let property portfolio.

Unlike other franchises, you own the assets, so the income keeps coming in long after your commitment to us has expired. Youll be building a valuable portfolio of profitable property that in years to come will be a solid pension fund for you and a valuable legacy for your family.

This is what weve done for 12 years, for 360 franchise partners, who have either already achieved or are well on their way to achieving financial security.

Platinum Property Partners franchise estate

  • Our partners own 1000+ properties across 200 towns and cities in England and Wales
  • The properties are home to more than 6,400 happy housemates
  • They are worth in excess of £250 million combined
  • Each property generates an average £17,000 annual gross profit 40% higher than traditional buy-to-let models
  • 94% of our partners state that Platinum has met or exceeded their financial expectations after two years
  • Weve been awarded 5 Star Franchisee Satisfaction every time

We are the worlds first property investment franchise, the UKs fastest growing premium franchise, and a full member of the British Franchise Association (bfa).

*Accessible working capital typically needed in stages, over the first 12 months to fund initial franchise fee and the purchase of your own investment properties.

Training and support provided

You must make an upfront investment and ongoing monthly costs which will vary depending on membership term, location and your goals. This provides you with complete access of the franchise system, operations manuals, one-to-one mentoring, training, the trading license and many more ongoing support services.

Once you become a franchise owner, we will allocate a mentor to guide you in decisions needed for setting up goals and assist in training which includes: one-to-one mentoring, meetings with our team at our Head Office, our network of coaches and property experts. In addition, a 2-day Boot camp and a Foundation Letting Course is required to ensure that youll be equipped with all the information to run a successful business. However, you will still continue to have access to a range of other training programmes, personal development workshops and lifestyle events.

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The ideal Platinum Property Partners franchisee

To become a franchise owner at Platinum Property Partners, you must have the finances and the dedication to devote large amounts of time to building your portfolio and the desire to work with established teams to achieve goals. £300,000 to £500,000 of investment capital is needed to cover investment locations and size of property portfolio you wish to build. Investment funds can come from sources such as insurance, investments or the likes.

Platinum Property Partners's history

The company was established by Steve Bolton in 2007. In 2007, Steve began to franchise the model with his business partner, Richard Davies, and Platinum Property Partners has become the fastest growing premium franchise in the UK. In 2012, and is a full member of the British Franchise Association.

Case studies

Six-figure income from property

Platinum property partners franchise case study gilesGiles is a Platinum Property Partner from Poole, who wanted to double his six-figure income from property in the next three years.

Since joining the property investment franchise in late 2013, the former Chartered Surveyor has successfully replaced his income by building his own portfolio of t high quality HMOs (Houses in Multiple Occupation) for professional tenants.

After moving from London to Poole with his wife Ruth and their two young children in 2011, Giles found that there wasnt a market for he type of specialist work hed been enjoying in the City asset managing high value commercial real estate. Even though he was till commuting to his Piccadilly office two or three times a week, he knew this wasnt sustainable and that he needed to reinvent himself, so he started to consider the viability of residential property investment.

I knew about property and I knew it could work, said Giles. But when I looked into investing in single tenancy buy-to-let flats in Bournemouth and Poole, the numbers just didnt stack up and the returns werent good enough to replace my income.

Giles also considered holiday lets, but was soon put off. This was when he was advised to talk to Steve Bolton.

Within three weeks of speaking to Steve for the first time and being introduced to Platinum Property Partners, Giles had attended a Discovery Day, conducted thorough due diligence and joined the franchise. 

What Ive since been taught by PPP has easily covered the initial franchise fee

Just knowing how to use Directors loans and how Capital Allowances work has saved me a considerable amount in tax. Giles first HMO was up and running in early 2014. It was a small project that required no major refurbishment, conversion or building work, because he wanted to run before he could walk, but this six-bedroom shared house has turned out to be the best performing in terms of income return. The property is also still home to some of the original housemates three and a half years on.

After that, Giles decided to put his money raising skills to the test and continued to grow his HMO property portfolio with passive investment and joint ventures. He also changed tack and only went for older properties that needed complete renovation so he could achieve greater development profits and an uplift in value.

The one thing that always remained constant was his return on investment goal. Giles commented: Ever since I attended the Discovery Day and learnt that the average Platinum property generated a net 15% return on investment, I have used that as my benchmark. If a property cannot generate that return as a minimum, I wont buy it.

In fact, Giles portfolio achieves an average return on investment in excess of 15%. This has enabled him and his family to live comfortably, spend more time together and provide a legacy for their children.

My priority when joining Platinum Property Partners was to replace my income and be able to spend more time with the kids

If I hadnt 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.