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Secrets to finding your own hotspots revealed

By Staff Reporter

Active property investors across the country are always looking for the perfect investment location – but how do you tell a ‘hotspot’ from a ‘not-spot’?

This June, Smart Property Investment’s Hotspot Month will provide subscribers with advice, data and expert tips to help them find the best property investment locations.

Vivienne Kelly, editor of mortgages and real estate at Sterling Publishing (publisher of Smart Property Investment) said Hotspot Month will give investors the tools they need to move beyond the hype and vested interests and learn how to analyse the market for their own portfolio’s goals. 

“Even the most sophisticated property investor who aims to avoid ‘hotspot hype’ still needs to find the best location for their investment, so how do they know where and what to buy?” she said. 

Smart Property Investment’s Hotspot Month will give readers all of the tips, tools and tactics they need to succeed in identifying and capitalising on their own hotspot locations.”

Hotspot Month will run on Fridays for four consecutive weeks, providing exclusive insights, analysis and advice. 

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