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After my drug-dealer tenant threatened to murder me, I’ve FINALLY uncovered a low-stress way you could profit from real estate…

“How to LEGALLY collect £100-£1,000 in rent from properties you
DON’T own”

NO suffocating mortgages. NO bank-breaking deposits. And NO hassle from nightmare tenants…

Thanks to a little-known government clause, select landlords are FORCED to pay £900 out of every £1,000 of their rental profits to ordinary Brits…
Read on to discover how you can qualify for the next round of ‘rental cheques’ by acting before Thursday 29th November

Dear Friend and Property Prospect,

I’ve uncovered a government clause that allows you to collect ‘rental cheques’ from properties you don’t own.

It’s located in Part 12 of a 2010 Parliamentary act – in the little-read section 530…

And it FORCES a certain group of landlords to pay £900 out of every £1,000 of their rental profits to ordinary Brits just like you.

Now, you might be thinking this can’t be true…

But the fact is, in 2017 just one of these big landlords was forced to pay out £304 million from their rent.

It’s no wonder MoneyWeek magazine reports this clause allows you to “invest in rental housing the easy way”.

And in the next few minutes I’m going to show you step-by-step exactly how this works, so you can start collecting ‘rental cheques’ worth £100, £1,000, or even more, too.

Personally, as a former landlord of 10 years, who even had my life threatened by my drug-dealing tenant, I believe this little-known secret is hands down one of the easiest ways to cash in on the UK property market.

It requires NO suffocating mortgages… NO bank-breaking deposits… and NO hassle from nightmare tenants…

Yet you can still receive a share of these landlords’ rental profits.

And here’s the best bit…

You can collect these ‘rental cheques’ at any age – it doesn’t matter if you’re 24 or 74 – and even if you’ve never owned a property in your life!

All you need to get started are three things…

  1. The desire to collect a regular passive income from property WITHOUT any of the hassle of being a landlord…
  2. Some money you can afford to risk, so you can start receiving ‘rental cheques’ potentially worth £100, £1,000 or even more…
  3. And a few minutes of your time to focus on this letter and read it through to the end.

In fact, it’s very important you focus on what I have to say…

Because I’m about to show you the steps you need to take before Thursday 29th November to collect your first ‘cheque’.

That’s when the next round of ‘rental cheques’ from one of the biggest landlords will be allocated to ordinary people just like you.

I’ll show you how you can position yourself in just a moment, so you don’t miss out.

I’ll even reveal the secret to paying ZERO tax on the ‘rental cheques’ you collect. That means if you receive a ‘cheque’ worth £1,000, the tax man won’t get a penny of it!

First, though, let me show you exactly how this works…

 

In 2017, landlords paid out £2.5 BILLION of their rental profits to ordinary brits

 

£2.5 billion.

That’s the amount a select group of landlords were forced by law to pay out of their rental profits to ordinary Brits from late 2016 to early this year.

Astonishing, right?

Here’s a breakdown of exactly how much the four biggest of those landlords were forced to handover…

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Altogether that’s £1.4 billion in ‘rental cheques’ to ordinary people like you – just from these four landlords.

And they aren’t the only ones forced to pay ‘rental cheques’ out of their hard earned money…

You see, I’ve uncovered that there are at least 50 landlords in the UK who are legally obliged to give away 90% of their rental profits – that’s £900 out of every £1,000.

Better yet, these aren’t struggling private landlords…

As you might have guessed, they’re some of the biggest landlords in the country.

And get this – they opted in to pay this money to ordinary people! I’ll show you why in a moment.

Point is, you don’t need to feel bad about taking some of their rent money.

For example, one of these landlords owns £13.7 billion worth of property…

And they collect £588 million in rent every year.

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Thanks to that little-known government clause I mentioned earlier, last year – before costs – £304 million of that money found its way into ordinary Brits’ pockets.

Another one of these landlords paid out £118 million in ‘rental cheques’.

And another paid out even more… at £789 million.

All to investors just like you!

Sounds pretty good, right?

And since you don’t need hundreds of thousands of pounds to get involved in this, it’s perfect for the ‘little guy’ looking to make a bit of extra money in the property world.

In fact, as you’ll see in a moment, that’s one of the reasons the government enforces this by law in the first place.

So what exactly are these ‘rental cheques’? I’ll go into full detail in just a moment, but for now you can think of them as a special kind of dividend you’ve likely never heard of.

Of course, as with any income investment, this comes with risks. There’s no guarantee that you’ll always get a “cheque”. And this opportunity can be volatile, so you should only risk money you can afford to lose.

But I’m 100% convinced this is one of the easiest AND cheapest ways to get involved in the property market.

As I say, MoneyWeek magazine reports this allows you to “invest in rental housing the easy way”.

And with my help, you too could be collecting ‘rental cheques’ worth £100, £1,000, or even more, from the landlords that own properties just like these…

 

Pick up ‘rental cheques’ from a penthouse suite in Chelsea, a luxury apartment in Covent Garden, or an 18th century London townhouse…

 

Thanks to what I’m calling ‘government clause 530’, you can join a group of ordinary people just like you already picking up ‘rental cheques’ from some of the most expensive postcodes in Britain.

For example…

Look at this penthouse two-bed suite in SW1, Chelsea…

Source: Shutterstock, used for illustrative purposes only

It’s worth about £1.6 million.

And no wonder when it’s a few minutes’ walk north of the Thames and 15 minutes from The Saatchi Gallery.

You can imagine what kind of wealthy tenants this property attracts.

They don’t bat an eyelid forking over £3,900 in rent every month.

Now, normally the rental profits from these luxury properties is exclusive to big landlords who can afford to put down tens of millions of pounds.

Yet thanks to ‘government clause 530’…

The landlord that owns nearly half of these suites is FORCED to hand over 90% of their total rental profits from their property portfolio to ordinary brits just like you.

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That means, when you position yourself correctly, you could receive regular ‘rental cheques’ worth as much as £100, £1,000, or even more per year, from them.

It all depends on how much you put in.

Better yet, as long as you keep your money ‘locked in’, you can keep picking up these ‘rental cheques’ again and again, as often as every 90 days!.This is hands down one of the quickest and easiest way to make an extra income from property…

Remember, you’re NOT forking out to buy this property, you’re NOT getting caught up in the hassle of buy-to-let, and you’re NOT dealing with any nightmare tenants…

You’re simply picking up a regular passive extra income while everyone else does the hard work.

Now, look at this luxury apartment…

Source: Bigstock, used for illustrative purposes only

You’ll find it in Covent Garden, WC2 – another rich postcode in the heart of central London.

This one-bed flat is worth about £925,000…

And then tenants pay monthly rent of £2,578.

Again, even though you don’t own this property, you can start collecting ‘rental cheques’ from the landlord who does, too…

Because the landlord is LEGALLY required to pay 90% of profit from their rental properties to ordinary people who’ve positioned themselves correctly.

That’s £9,000 of every £10,000 of their rental profits.

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As I say, the size of your ‘cheques’ depends on how much you put in… you could receive cheques worth £100 or £1,000 annually…

For example, this landlord will pay you 4.22% of your investment, while others could pay you ‘rental cheques’ worth even more.

(I’d like to share their name with you in just a moment.)

And here’s the best thing…

Once you’ve ‘staked your claim’ in their properties, these ‘rental cheques’ should keep rolling in.

True, this is not without its risks.

But, imagine having a ‘cheque’ drop through your letterbox as often as every 90 days

Extra income you can spend however you see fit, from properties like this next one…

Source: Shutterstock, used for illustrative purposes only

Located in the center of London, a few minutes’ walk from St Paul's Cathedral, one of these apartments is worth around £606,000.

And the wealthy tenants fork over an average of £1,600 plus a month…

Now, same as the other properties, the landlord who owns these properties – the same ones who paid out £304 million to ordinary brits last year – are FORCED by the government to hand over 90% of their rental profits to ordinary people just like you.

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That means, if you position yourself correctly, they do all the hard work, while you could collect ‘rental cheques’ worth as much as £100, £1,000, or even more.

And it’s not just fancy homes either…

LEGALLY collect a slice of your neighbour's rent… WITHOUT them ever knowing

You could be collecting ‘rental cheques’ from decent, dependable properties too – maybe even your neighbour's

Look at this three-bed in the West Midlands…

Source: Bigstock, used for illustrative purposes only

Sure, it’s not as fancy as the others, yet it’s a ‘bread and butter’ property for any savvy landlord.

The tenants of this property pay a monthly rent of £795.

And thanks to ‘government clause 530’, the landlords are FORCED to hand over 90% of their rental profits to ordinary Brits…

People like YOU.

You DON’T need to pay the mortgage bills…

You DON’T need to fork out if the boiler breaks…

And you DON’T need to deal with any unruly tenants…

Yet the landlord isn’t the only one that collects a ‘cheque’… YOU can expect one too.

That’s the beauty here – you could get a passive income stream WITHOUT any of the hassle of letting a property.

Sure, if a property is vacant – if it gets damaged or destroyed – then we may not get any rental profits from it at all.

But you won’t have to deal with the hassle of owning it outright.

And the ‘rental cheques’ you could receive will be made up of income from multiple properties… that’s money from a portfolio of properties WITHOUT needing to fork over hundreds of thousands, even millions of pounds to buy, lease or rent any of them…

For example, your ‘rental cheques’ portfolio could include extra income from this property too…

It’s another three-bed, this time in Greater Manchester…

Source: Shutterstock, used for illustrative purposes only

The tenants pay £800 rent every month.

And again, the landlords are FORCED to hand over 90% of their rental business profits to ordinary people like you.

You could position yourself to start collecting £100, £1,000, or even more from them today.You could also start collecting extra income from the landlord that owns this two-bed apartment in South Yorkshire…

Source: Shutterstock, used for illustrative purposes only

Every month the landlords collect £700…

And thanks to the government clause I’ve been telling you about, they’re FORCED to hand over 90% of their rental profits to anyone correctly positioned to collect it.

That’s yet another source of potential ‘rental cheques’ for you.

It’s intriguing, right?

And these are just six examples of the thousands of residential properties you can collect extra income from every single month dotted all around Britain.

From Cornish beach houses to London pent houses, to cottages in the Cotswolds, there are landlords issuing rental 'cheques’ waiting for you to collect them.

And with NONE of the expense and hassle of being a traditional landlord.

There’s even some completely different kinds of properties you can collect ‘rental cheques’ from too, which I’ll show you in a moment.

Point is, after a decade of experience as a landlord, I’m more interested in ‘alternative’ property investments like the one I’m writing to you about today.

And here’s why I think you should be too…

When I was a small property landlord, my drug dealer tenant threatened to have me murdered

My name, by the way, is Greg Robinson.

3 years ago, I was a still a landlord.

This type of work was lucrative, but believe me, it was a hassle.

I had tenants tell me they just had a dog and then move in snakes, mice – practically an entire zoo… and one tenant who decided to skip rent one month because they fancied going on holiday.

But my worst experience as a landlord was when my tenant’s boyfriend started dealing drugs from my property. When I confronted him, he told me if I didn’t stop harassing them, they’d get the local thugs to kill me!

That may be an extreme situation, but my point is being a direct landlord comes with a lot of stress, and a lot of hidden costs. Maybe you’ve tried it yourself and found this out the hard way too?

Don’t get me wrong though… I believe rents can be a fantastic source of extra income. In fact, ‘alternative’ property investments like the one I’m sharing with you today, have long been a part of my investment strategy.

And that’s why I’m writing to you about this opportunity today…

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results

Because thanks to ‘government clause 530’, you could collect ‘rental cheques’ worth £100-£1,000 WITHOUT having to pay for broken boilers or putting your life on the line with crazy tenants.

In fact, I’m practically obsessed with hunting down creative alternative income ideas like this one – it’s why I’ve partnered with an independent research firm, to share my ideas.

These are the same ideas that allowed me to quit a job in IT that I hated and live financially free the way I choose too. Nowadays, instead of watching the clock I spend my free time doing what I love. For me that’s going camping with my family, in places like the Lake District, Devon and France.

That’s the beauty of taking your money into your own hands, you can pursue whatever makes YOU happy. And through my years of experience, I can tell you one thing with 100% conviction:

Income is the absolute key to financial freedom

If you plan well and lock up multiple sources of income, you can spend your life travelling the world, starting new hobbies you never had the time for before, or maybe even try launching your own business, if that’s your thing.

If you don’t plan well — or even worse, never plan — you could spend your life cooped up in your house, watching reruns on the television and never having enough money to live the life you’ve always dreamed of.

Nobody wants that…

That’s why I’m so excited to share this alternative approach to “collecting rent” with you, because it offers you an income stream from one of the most lucrative income sectors on the planet…

WITHOUT any of the hassle.

Remember, you’re NOT buying a property here, you’re NOT getting involved in stressful buy-to-let deals, and you’re NOT having to deal with any nightmare tenants …

Yet you still get the chance to collect a regular passive income in the form of ‘rental cheques’, as often as every quarter.

Now, I know what you’re thinking…

How come I haven’t heard of these ‘rental cheques’ before?

It’s not your fault if you haven’t heard about this opportunity before now.

When it comes to property, the big news stories over the last few years have been the changes to buy-to-let.

But flying under the radar are these ‘rental cheques’, and some media coverage and research is there if you know where to look for it…

As I say, MoneyWeek magazine reports this is “invest[ing] in rental housing the easy way”…

But they’re not the only ones to spot this opportunity…

Forbes reports that data about the US form of this type of investment proves collecting ‘rental cheques’ from properties you don’t own is “better than buying real estate.”

In fact, they report that from 1977 to 2010, collecting ‘rental cheques’ in this way in the US proved to be more than TWICE as profitable as investing in property directly.

Take a look…

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That’s a BIG difference in profits.

Crazy, right? Especially when you remember this is for the most part a completely ‘hands off’ passive income.

NO buying property… NO buy-to-let nonsense… and NO nightmare tenants…

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And, depending on how much you can afford to invest, you could still grab a ‘cheque’ worth £100, £1,000, or even more.

As I say, this is one of the easiest ways to make an extra income from property out there.

And with select landlords paying out £2.5 billion to ordinary Brits like you last year...

Now is a great time to start investing in property the easy way…

Brick and mortar investments beat the stock market FOUR to one

It’s no secret house prices in Britain have been on a soaring long-term upward trend for more than four decades.

Take a look…

But what you might not know is how the profits on offer from brick and mortar investments completely trounce the competition.

I mean, just take a look at this chart…

Data from Property Moose

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Sure, it won’t always be like this, but that’s a seriously impressive run.

And the reason the housing market has seen such high returns is simple:

Demand is outstripping supply.

Or put simply: not enough houses are being built for all the people who need them.

Add in the dirt cheap mortgage rates we’ve seen for years…

And you can see why house prices have been going up – WAY up!

Sure, politicians from all sides have been promising to fix Britain’s housing shortage crisis for the best part of a decade.

But we’re still 33,000 homes short every year. That’s not my numbers either, that comes from a government study done in May. So, what are all these people who can’t buy a house doing? They’re renting!

They’re renting!

And this is creating huge profits for landlords.

Country Wide reports that last year tenants paid landlords £51.6 BILLION in rent – more than DOUBLE what they paid in 2007.

As they conclude: “This has been driven by both rising rents and an increase in the number of households renting.”

And a recent survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors found that rents could rise ANOTHER 15% by 2023.

It’s no wonder then that the UK property market has ‘christened’ many multi-millionaire landlords over the years…

For example…

  • Welsh 49-year old, Kevin G, went from being homeless in 1988, to today owning a property portfolio worth millions of pounds…
  • Del B, from Bristol, invested in his first property for £9,000 back in 1992… and now has a property portfolio that was valued before the recession at £40 million…
  • And Rob M, who went from being £50k in debt, to amassing a multi-million pound portfolio of more than 550 properties with his business partner.

In fact, a study back in 2016 found that on average more than a third of UK buy-to-let landlords had incomes of more than £70,000 – more than TWICE the national living wage.

It’s no wonder when the average landlord receives £17,300 in rent payments annually… that’s £635 each month per property… and, get this, on average buy to let landlords own THREE properties.

Point is, these facts demonstrate just how lucrative property investing has been.

But what if you want some of that action WITHOUT the stress of being a landlord?

After all, they’ve got to fork over for mortgages, repairs and other costs out of their hard-earned money… plus deal with potential nightmare tenants…

Well, thanks to this “government clause” I’ve uncovered, you could start collecting ‘rental cheques’ worth £100, £1,000, or even more, for yourself… WITHOUT any of that hassle...

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results

Sure, you probably won’t wind up a millionaire, but provided you are happy to “buy and hold” long term, you could have what I consider a reliable extra income stream delivering money into your bank account as often as every 90 days.

And I haven’t even told you the best bit yet…

You could even collect ‘rental cheques’ from Primark, offices in the UK’s biggest cities, and a 12th century castle…

Collecting rent from UK residential properties you don’t own can be very profitable…

But how about collecting rent from businesses you DON’T own too?

Because that’s exactly what this government clause I’ve been telling you about allows you to do too.

For example, I’m sure you’ve heard of the UK’s third biggest clothing chain, Primark.

In 2017 its revenue was £7.1 billion.

And thanks to ‘government clause 530’, you could collect ‘rental cheques’ from one of its biggest warehouses…

I’m talking about this 1,062,000 square foot distribution center, found in Islip, Oxfordshire…

Source: Bigstock, used for illustrative purposes only

The landlord company that owns this property picks up a sweet £5.5 million in rent from Primark every single year.

And, you guessed it…

Thanks to what I call ‘government clause 530’, they’re FORCED to pay 90% of profits from their rental properties (after costs) to ordinary people.

That’s potentially millions of pounds in ‘rental cheques’ paid out to ordinary Brits every year...

Money YOU can grab a share of.

Maybe your ‘rental cheque’ from this landlord will be £100… maybe even more…

As I say, it depends how much you put in, and there's no guarantee you will always receive a 'cheque' in the future.

This landlord pays 4.22%, so a £2,000 investment would bag you ‘cheques’ worth £84. And £10,000 would deliver ‘cheques’ worth a whopping £422.

You can even bag some serious extra gains on your investment if the value of this landlord’s company goes up!

For example, if you’d put in £10,000 back in 2013, you could be up an extra £6,420 – that’s ON TOP of your regular ‘rental cheques’.

Of course, however much you choose to invest, remember that your capital is at risk – it’s possible to make a loss, even if you are receiving ‘rental cheques’.

Better yet, this is money you could start collecting when you join me today…

As long as you take a few minutes to read all of my research and position yourself correctly.

And Primark isn’t the only business you can collect ‘rental cheques’ from…

Sure, it’s not glamorous, but there are hundreds of offices around the country that you can collect a passive income from too.

Imagine “collecting rent” from the landlord that owns the up-market companies in these plush townhouse offices in Bristol…

Source: Shutterstock, used for illustrative purposes only

According to their landlord, they’re worth about £7.58 million.

And the rent they collect is about £651,880 a year.

Just like the residential property I showed you earlier, thanks to ‘government clause 530’, they are legally required to pay out £90,000 out of every £100,000 rental profits from their properties.

That means you could collect ‘rental cheques’ worth £100, maybe £1,000, or even more from this landlord too.

And remember, you don’t need to own any of these properties…

Or get involved in time-consuming and expensive ‘buy-to-let’ deals…

Or have the hassle of dealing with nightmare tenants…

Instead, simply invest some spare cash (remembering all investments carry risk) and you can start collecting ‘rental cheques’ from multi-million businesses on a regular basis.

In fact, you can receive your share of ‘rental cheques’ from just about every type of business property in the UK…

For example landlords who own…

  • ✔ Shopping centres
  • ✔ Healthcare properties
  • ✔ Residential properties
  • ✔ Office buildings
  • ✔ Industrial buildings
  • ✔ Warehouses
  • ✔ Hotels
  • ✔ Student accommodation
  • ✔ Self-storage facilities

…will ALL pay you regular ‘rental cheques’ when you invest a little spare cash in them.

Hell, you can even collect ‘cheques’ from the landlord who owns this 12th century castle…

Source: Shutterstock, used for illustrative purposes only

With so many properties on the books, it’s no wonder landlords paid out a whopping £2.5 billion in 2017.

I know, it may seem bizarre.

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But today I’d like to share with you my full research on this alternative property opportunity, so you can start collecting ‘rental cheques’ worth £100, £1,000, or even more, right away…

As I say, I’ve even uncovered an overlooked way to collect this cash 100% tax-free.

First though, let me show you exactly how this opportunity works.

It’s all thanks to a change in government legislation back in 2007…

REVEALED: How “government clause 530” FORCES these landlords to hand over 90% of their rental profits to Brits

To take advantage of this opportunity, it’s important you understand exactly where this money is coming from…

Like I mentioned, being able to collect ‘rental cheques’ from property you don’t own was made possible by the government.

It’s all thanks to the clause I mentioned at the beginning of this letter.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results

This clause has meant billions of pounds has been paid out to ordinary brits just like you.

And that’s where the opportunity I’m writing to you about today comes in.

You see, back in 2007, the government wanted to give the little man a way to invest in the property market.

And here’s the amazing thing…

They actually did something about it!

On January 1st 2007, the government introduced a completely new kind of investment vehicle for Britain – one that I’d say today still 99% of people don’t know about.

You’ll find the full, updated details in Part 12 of the Corporation Tax Act 2010, in little-read section 530.

But here’s the most important thing for you to know:

It’s called a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT)

And it legally requires certain landlords – or property investment companies - to pay 90% of their rental profits to investors who hold shares in the company.

As I say, you can set yourself up to start collecting some of their ‘rental cheques’ today.

How exactly?

Well, when a big UK landlord company converts its business to become a REIT…

It’s required by law to pay £900 out of every £1,000 of its rental profits to its shareholders in the form of dividends called Property Income Distributions (PID).

That means if you hold shares in one of these landlords they’re legally required to pay you a ‘rental cheque’ (or PID ‘cheque’) for as long as you hold the shares and the company is making rental profits.

In other words, you could keep receiving ‘rental cheques’ worth £100, £1,000, or even more, over and over again.

And you can cash this money out, or reinvest it to increase your holdings, and receive even bigger ‘rental cheques’ in the future.

Pretty good, right?

Of course, as with any investment there are risks.

For example, you will only receive PID ‘rental cheques’ for as long as you’re invested in the landlord company, so you need to be prepared to buy and hold for the long term. And it’s possible that bad times for the company mean the dividend could be reduced or even stop for a time. They’re also subject to a withholding tax paid by the landlord before you receive it.

Since investing in listed shares is more volatile than buying property directly, you may see the value of your investment go up and down a lot.

The property companies themselves face the same risks as buy-to-let landlords: tenants who refuse to pay rent (default); damage/destruction of property; regulations changing. Problems like these can cause the value of your investment to fall.

If the housing market in the UK were to take a fall, the value of shares in REITs would fall too, so you should only invest with money you can afford to risk losing.

If you understand that, and like me you can see the true potential of collecting extra income from properties WITHOUT any of the usual hassle…

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In a moment I’ll show you exactly how you could collect your first ‘rental cheque’ and even how you could collect that money 100% tax-free.

Now, I know what you’re thinking…

Why would these landlords agree to pay out so much of their profits?

I won’t give you an economics lesson here, but the basic reason is that if they do this the government allows them to pay zero corporation tax on their letting business. As you can imagine, that’s a lot of money saved for companies worth billions of pounds.

That’s why they’re legally obliged to hand over 90% of their rental profits to ordinary Brits with even a small investment in their businesses.

There’s no getting around it.

As I say, it’s written into government legislation.

And really, it’s a win-win for everyone involved…

  • The government gets more investor money flowing into the property sector, increasing affordable housing and helping the economy’s growth numbers…
  • These huge landlords pay ZERO corporation tax on their multi-million, even multi-billion-pound rental businesses…
  • And YOU get to invest in one of the most lucrative income generating strategies… and receive ‘rental cheques’ worth £100, £1,000, or even more on a regular basis!

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results

Remember, landlord companies paid out £2.5 billion to investors last year.

By reading my research, you’ll discover how to collect rental cheques worth £100, £1,000 or even more…

And how to structure your investment so that you could collect this money 100% tax-free…

There’s just one catch…

You must get in before Thursday 29th November, or you could miss out on the next round of ‘rental cheques’

Look, this is important…

I’ve uncovered the next wave of ‘rental cheques’ from one of the biggest landlords will be ’locked in’ on Thursday 29th November.

That means…

If you want to collect yours…

You need to make sure you’ve invested in this specific landlord company before that date.

If you fail to do that…

Even if you’re just one day late…

You’ll miss out on this round of ‘rental cheques’ and have to wait for the next.

That’s just how it works.

Of course, if you follow my simple instructions…

You’re legally bound to have a share of this cash when it’s handed out.

So, how big will your first ‘rental cheque’ be exactly?

Well, as I say, these ‘cheques’ come in different sizes, as often as every 90 days.

Some people are collecting cheques worth £100…

While others are taking home bigger ‘cheques’ worth £500-£1,000 or more.

And some are getting less than that.

That’s because the size of your ‘rental cheques’ depends on how much you’re willing and can afford to invest.

Basically, the more you put in, the bigger the ‘cheques’ you could receive.

Ultimately, it’s up to you how much you want to invest.

But it’s important you follow my instructions before Thursday 29th November.

Now, before I show you how to claim your first ‘rental cheque’, I must make something clear…

I can only share this with 250 people today

I’m sorry, but I want to make sure each person who I share my research with for this opportunity gets my full attention.

That’s why I’m inviting just 250 people today…

And I’d rather they were people serious about improving their life with my income ideas.

Here’s the good news: The fact that you’ve already stuck with me and read through my entire letter tells me that’s you.

That’s why I’d like to rush you the step-by-step instructions for claiming your first ‘rental cheque’ FREE in a special report called, How to LEGALLY collect ‘rental cheques’ worth £100-£1,000 from properties you DON’T own.

Inside you’ll discover everything you need to know to claim your first ‘rental cheque’ from properties you don’t own, including…

  • My full research on how to collect rental cheques worth £100, £1,000 or even more (including the specific names of the four biggest landlords who doled out more than £1.4 BILLION last year)…
  • The top property niches that are paying impressive ‘rental cheques’ right now…
  • And how to collect this money 100% tax-free…

With this information, you could be locking in your first ‘cheque’ by Thursday 29th November, or sooner.

As I say, I’d like to send you these instructions completely FREE of charge.

Here’s how to claim your FREE copy of How to LEGALLY collect ‘rental cheques’ worth £100-£1,000 from properties you DON’T own...

Your first steps towards a lifetime of extra income

Like I mentioned before, my name is Greg Robinson.

And after years of investigating little-known ideas that can help ordinary people add to their incomes, for the last few years I’ve been an editor at Agora Financial UK – one of the UK’s largest financial research institutions.

Every month, I publish a research letter called Income For Life

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In our regular monthly issues I’ll also be sharing additional income methods with you, including: peer-to-peer lending; property investments; income funds, bonds and other off-beat strategies.

There are risks involved, of course. Some of the alternative strategies I talk about are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme or Financial Ombudsman Service. And there’s always the risk that dividends could be reduced or stopped in the future.

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Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results

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Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results

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To encourage you to become proactive about setting up some serious extra income streams for yourself, I’m offering you one of the lowest rates you’ll ever see for my work.

Listen…

These landlords paid out £2.5 billion to UK investors last year…

Why not be one of the British investors who collects a share of this year’s payouts?

As I showed you today, ordinary folk just like you are already cashing in on these unclaimed ‘rental cheques’.

And in the next few minutes you can join them…

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results

But only if you claim your FREE copy of How to LEGALLY collect ‘rental cheques’ worth £100-£1,000 from properties you DON’T own.

Inside you’ll find the simple, step-by-step instructions you need to learn how you could claim your first ‘rental cheque’… my research on the most profitable landlords… the property niches that are paying the most impressive ‘rental cheques’ right now… and how to claim your rental money 100% tax free.

And remember, one of the landlords is scheduled to pay out ‘rental cheques’ to anyone who is on the register before Thursday 29th November.

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Important Risk Warnings

General - Your capital is at risk when you invest in shares, never risk more than you can afford to lose. Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results. Bid/offer spreads, commissions, fees, and other charges can reduce returns from investments. Profits from share dealing are a form of income and subject to taxation. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may be subject to change. If you have any doubt as to the suitability or the taxation implications, seek independent financial advice.

Options trading may not be suitable for all investors. Ensure you fully understand the risks involved.

Holding shares – All gains are gross unless stated otherwise, and bid/offer spreads, commissions, fees and other charges can reduce returns from investments. There is no guarantee that dividends will be paid.

Peer-to-peer loans, even if secured against a property, contain risks. You may not get the returns expected and your capital is at risk. Repayment of loans is not a certainty, and from time to time borrowers will default.

Property - The market value of investment property can go down as well as up and the return of your capital may be dependent upon selling the property. This can never be guaranteed. There is no ability to make a claim under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme should the peer-to-peer lending or Property investment fail for any reason. Seek independent advice if you are unsure of the suitability of any investment.

Investment Director: Greg Robinson. Income For Life is a regulated product issued by Agora Financial UK Ltd. Information and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of other editors/contributors of Agora Financial UK Limited. A full portfolio is available on request. Our complaints procedure and terms and conditions can be found at www.agorafinancial.co.uk/terms-conditions/

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