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14 Mar Shall I Go to University or Get Into Property Investing? | Winners on a Wednesday #60



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This week’s Winners on a Wednesday features John Raybould, who has been to roughly 15 FREE Property Investors Crash Courses. I guess there is something new to learn every time 😉

A property journey is like every other journey: there are ups and downs. Together with John we discussed some of the difficulties he came across in his property journey so far and how he dealt with them.

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16 Comments
  • Our time comes
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    Where did Mr Raybould get the money to buy nine properties? Or is he doing R2R?

  • Craig Lewis
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    Awesome work John, well done brother👊

  • Simon B
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    The book 'No Degree' by Simon Dolan labours this point.

  • Amy Kinsman
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    I think you should remember that lots of young people will look up to you. Its really important to recognise how much influence you could have on a young persons decision making. I don't doubt that you and the person in this video have achieved what you have claimed. However, when addressing such a serious topic you should include a counter argument. It's worth noting that your audience will be coming from a variety of backgrounds with varying values, skills and experiences. 

    Anyone watching this video should view it only as one perspective and a useful anecdote. Please do lots of research surrounding career choices and perhaps speak to careers professional who can provide you with impartial support in the decision making process.

  • Jack's Studio
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    damn fuck paying 5k to get rid of that knotweed id rather get and axe and plant killer LOL cut down on costs anyway

  • clarkeysam
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    I'll do the maths for you, Sam. People with degrees earn on average £9,500 per year more than those without degrees (from study from 2016, which was the latest I could find). This means that a 3 year degree has an ROI of about 35%. You probably won't find a property that will beat that, and if you do it'll require significant work for the life of the investment, the degree investment requires work for 3 years.

  • clarkeysam
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    Not all Universities are equal, and not all degrees are equal. If you're doing a good degree at a good University it will be the best investment that you'll ever make. If you're doing some shite degree at a rubbish University then yes, you're probably wasting your time and money.

  • Mi6Bagpuss
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    I was under the impression you can claim back 110% of the cost back when paying for the proffessional cleanup of japonese knotweed from the government.

  • Ryan Marshall
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    Why comments stating that's it's so bad of a course ect… The guys sharing all these advice videos FREE. Respect to Samuel Leeds!

    Man if only I could get a 1 to 1 with this guy. Living in the North of England with a pretty bad education and past I respect this guy. I already have some funds raised just absolutely overwhelmed with all the information. What I'd give to be financially free!

  • Nikky Brown
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    Do both…..

  • d
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    How you telling a guy to leave uni in his last year? Wtf that's a horrendous piece of advice. Your basically telling him to have 27k debt with nothing to show for it. Atleast he has a degree to show for the debt. Samuel you are a mong

  • Derek Tsang
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    Query – according to Companies House, Raybould Properties Limited is -£35k equity with £7k tangible assets based on latest accounts. You sure that's financial freedom?

  • Doug Jack
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    Misconceptions about UK student loans: they act like normal debt. A student loan in the UK is not something that has to be paid back every month and if you fail to pay your assets will be seized by the lender.

    You don’t start paying until you start making £25k. If you start making that figure you pay a monthly fee which acts more like a tax in the sense that it scales up AND DOWN with your salary. If you were making £27k then got demoted and made £23k, you would no longer pay back your loan. After a set amount of years (I believe 30) if you haven’t paid it all, it gets written off. No bailiffs at your door, no bank seizing your assets.

    In return (if you go somewhere reputable and pass) you have access to a wider job pool than before. There will always be exceptions and maybe there should be more of them, but don’t shit on Uni because it doesn’t immediately fit the entrepreneurial lifestyle.

    P.s. I’m biased here but getting in a degree outside of something vocational doesn’t mean it can’t be applied to the work place. Good written communication, solid argumentative skills and analytical ability are prized skills by any decent employer.

  • Random Fanatic
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    Really disappointing video Samuel!!!

  • barracuda40
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    27k for uni.. Degree and prospects… £15k for Sam Leeds and no qualification 😜 and no guarantee to make any money, how's that make sense Sam?

  • Twiggie Smalls
    Posted at 17:43h, 14 March

    first here damn

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