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Title splitting in the struggling secondary office market

Presented by:

Rachel Knight

CEO

TitleSplit.com

Paul Davis

Co-founder

Nimbus

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In today's market, never before has it been so important to add value to properties when acquiring sites or investments. One of the top property strategies for 2024 is title splitting - quite simply buy wholesale and sell retail to deliver a 25% ROI.

Residential property

17/04/2024 | 13:00 60 minutes

About the webinar

The struggling secondary office market presents a great opportunity for the right deal, whether for conversion to other uses, spitting into smaller suites or offering additional services.

Join Paul Davis (Nimbus) and Rachel Knight (TitleSplit.com) as they discuss the current state of the market, the opportunities it creates and how title splitting can assist in driving higher returns – and the top pitfalls to avoid.

What to expect in this jam-packed 60 minute session.

  1. An overview of the current office market.
  2. The opportunity it presents.
  3. How to generate higher returns.
  4. Which opportunities to avoid.
  5. Case studies: title splitting in action.
  6. How you can use this property strategy with Nimbus.

Paul and Rachel will also be available to answer questions at the end, so make sure to have yours ready! We look forward to you joining us.

This webinar is relevant for:

Residential developers

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Deal sourcers

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Planners and architects

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Surveyors

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Nimbus is the #1 choice for established property professionals, trusted by the nation's leading brands:

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