Win a $1,888 ticket to Rayney Wong’s Property Millionaire Program!

Dear members,

We’ve managed to secure one free ticket to Rayney Wong’s upcoming 2-Day “The Reunion Seminar”, which will be held on the 27th & 28th Aug 2011 (Sat/Sun) @ Grand Park (City Hall) from 8.30am to 8.30pm.

During this seminar, Rayney (one of the experts featured in Secrets of Singapore Property Gurus) will cover:
1. Timing your entry into the property market
2. How to thoroughly analyse property deals
3. The “3 Knows” in every property investment
4. Why we should use an investment vehicle to buy property
5. How to co-own properties effectively
6. Know how to fully use a mortgage to grow rich
7. How to start your property investment portfolio with little money & little experience

We’ve organized a Lucky Draw to select the winner of this ticket worth $1,888 (that’s how much you’ll have to pay to join it otherwise). To maximize your chances of winning the ticket you can do the following to get additional entries into the contest:

1. Liking this post on Facebook. (+1 entry)
2. Becoming a Facebook Fan of Propwise.sg. (+1 entry)
3. Leaving a comment to our contest question. (+1 entry)
4. Tweeting about our Lucky Draw. (+1 entry)
5. In Step 5 we’ll give you a unique invite link to send out to your friends. For each friend that clicks on your link you’ll get 1 additional entry and for each friend that joins the giveaway you’ll get 5 additional entries!

It’s super easy to enter the draw. Just click the “Join giveaway now” button below to get started (you’ll need to connect your Facebook account to participate).

The Lucky Draw will end on Fri Aug 19 at 12pm and the winner will be selected after that. Don’t Miss This Opportunity to Learn From An Experienced Property Investor!

About Rayney Wong

Chief Trainer, Rayney Wong is a lawyer, property investor and author of the bestseller Secrets of Property Millionaires. A lawyer by profession, he has been practising Conveyancing and Real Estate Law for over 23 years. As his great passion has always been property investment, he has over the years assiduously acquired a wealth of experience and knowledge on the “dos” and “don’ts” of buying and selling properties.

42 Replies to “Win a $1,888 ticket to Rayney Wong’s Property Millionaire Program!”

  1. market is hot. market is uncertain. hopefully we can enhance our skill in reading the market and positioning accordingly.

  2. I’ve attended many property seminars by Sam Gian, Kelvin Fong, iProperty, PropertyGuru, Zest Consultants.

    What I have learnt so far has greatly improved my knowledge of the Singapore property market. I hope this course will teach me more about ways to take advantage of the system that is in place, of course doing it legally.

    I’ve also read Rayney’s book which is a good book as it gives you more ideas on how to own a property with minimal capital.

  3. I have read Rayney’s book and would like to find out more about the portion of buying property with limited capital. Hope to have a chance to attend the course and learn from him!

  4. Whats most impressive about Rayney is that he is a walking directory even before I decide to venture as a property agent after having worked for the Civil Srvice these past 35 years…I am convinced not only to pamper me to invest in property. Cheers JA

  5. When you have a rare opportunity to learn from a proven successful investor who is willing to share, you would be silly to pass it.
    This is an investment for valuable returns.

  6. Hope to learn from Rayney how to find a good property investment, that has the potential to yield 50% profit within a few years, through capital gain and/or with rental yield.

  7. I rate TIMING to be the most important factor in property investment — above everything else. Patience is a virtue but hard to follow especially the lure to commit on herd instinct.

    Would love to learn more about timing from the GURU

  8. Now that property prices have soared so much, is it still possible to enter the market now and still make profits? Would love to hear the experts view on this.

  9. I just want to learn how NOT to make a mistake in property investment. As I’ve heard, one mistake is all you need.

    Cheers

  10. Is it wise to branch out and invest in overseas properties? If so, which markets have the least risk, highest returns? Would it be the US, UK, Australia, Bangkok, China or Malaysia. For property investment in Singapore, should we be focusing on good locations in D9-11 or in sub-urban locations with good rental yields? In a property market crash, which one would hurt more?

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