Tej Talks - Property

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£240, 250, 275, 280,000 - so what's my flip worth then? Listen as I analyse each Estate Agent

I've just finished my latest flip. 100% Investor funded, yep I've put in £0. Like all my last 15 deals!


Being my 16th refurbishment, it was certainly the easiest and most straightforward.... which is saying something if you've followed my IG stories.


Here I decide (or do I) between all the agents that visited me to provide valuations. What a range I got.



P.S If you haven't purchased either of my books, stop messing around and get them!

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