Industrial Conversions ... Your Next Property Strategy?


Date: Saturday 13-04-2019
Room: 3
Time: 16:10
Duration: 40
Cost: £0.00
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Join Ritchie Clapson, property development mentor and co-founder of the propertyCEO training business as he reveals the secrets of a lucrative property development strategy overlooked by almost everyone.

With over 35 years’ experience developing property and training developers, Ritchie will guide you through the secrets to unlocking substantial profits in short timescales by converting light industrial buildings into residential homes.

This is the perfect strategy for landlords, investors and first-time developers. The cost of entry is low, the rewards substantial and it’s arguably the easiest type of development there is.

But the clock is ticking on this opportunity and you need to get in NOW to take full advantage.

One of the South’s leading property mentors, speakers and networking hosts, Ritchie’s talk is guaranteed to be both entertaining and content-packed as he lifts the veil on this little-known yet highly profitable strategy.

Speaker Profiles

Ritchie Clapson

Ritchie Clapson has been involved in industrial and commercial conversions for over 35 years and, as co-founder of propertyCEO, he teaches people how these types of project are not only more lucrative than most other property strategies, they can actually be easier to do.

Ritchie’s development pedigree speaks for itself. A structural engineer by profession, he’s not only worked on hundreds of new build, commercial and industrial conversion projects, he’s also trained and mentored countless developers and property professionals during that time.

A business coach and strategist, he built up one of the country’s leading structural engineering firms and was appointed by the government as peer review engineer for the London 2012 Olympic Stadium.

Today Ritchie and his business partner Ian Child head up propertyCEO, one of the country’s fastest-growing property development training companies. They also jointly host The propertyCEO Podcast, an irreverent but educational look at the world of property.