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Episode Info: In this episode of the Progressive Property Podcast, Kevin McDonnell interviews Disruptive Entrepreneur and Progressive Property Co-founder, Rob Moore.   Tune in today to hear them discuss the UK’s biggest property event of the year, what you’ll learn and why you should attend.  KEY TAKEAWAYS  What’s your favourite property investment strategy? My personal favourite property investing strategy is commercial conversion, because that's what we do and that works for us, because it works well in Peterborough, there are good deals that need planning and we've worked out how to get the planning and we're doing one that's 85,000 square foot that could be up to 160 units. No money down is a way of buying, rent to rent is a way of buying, a lot of people confuse strategies, they think they’re going to do rent to rent or no money down or lease options, but actually no, what you're doing is a way of buying a property. Rent to rent is just circumventing needing a deposit, lease options are circumventing needing a deposit, we use all of those strategies within the strategy of commercial conversion.  How many years have you been doing property now? December 15, 2005, was the day my life changed. The last week of that year, I met Mark up my very first property networking event and in February 2006, I started my property investing career properly working in a property company and buying with Mark. That's 13 years nearly.   When was the first super conference? 2010 was our first really big event, there's a lot of people that start property training, who never really got much property and that's how progressive is different. The critics say there are too many people out there who teach but haven't done and maybe there are some, but how we're different is every strategy that we teach, we've done.  Why did you stop doing the super conference?  Those events got more and more expensive, like hundreds of thousands of pounds, this super conference will cost us 500 grand, half a million quid to run an event. The bigger the room, the more expensive they get. That was one thing. The second thing was we started to think if there's a cheap strike if there's a bomb scare if something goes wrong and three to six months of our marketing and our revenue are based on this one event, massive risk. The third thing was I like connecting with people, I'd prefer to speak to 100 people or 200 people than in 1400. I'm better in a smaller room. Every speaker loves the thought of the big stage, but I started to feel more disconnected. We bought our own training sweet over there, what's the point in going into massive events in London when you can do in smaller events here.  What’s the main thing you're sort of excited about a product?  One of them is creating multiple streams of income. We want to teach you how to create multiple streams of income.  The second thing is we wanted the quickest cash flow strategies.   What is the reason you give too much co...
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