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June 27, 2008

Game, Set and Match to Tax Planning!

June Newsletter: Game, Set and Match to Tax Planning!

Wimbledon 2008...

Nadal_finished_2 Men in cardigans, women in shorts, and the sun is shining!  The Rules of The Game are changing in tennis, and it's no different in property!  Today's newsletter is all about protecting your wealth, as we move into even more challenging times, here in the U.K.

Tennis Vs. Property...

If you care to think about it, there are many similarities between playing the game of tennis and playing the game of property.  A successful tennis player needs enormous self-discipline, drive, determination, attitude, and focus.  These are also the attributes of a successful investor.

A successful tennis player will devise tactics and strategies to win, and will have an overall "game plan" that they stick to.  So should a successful investor.

The likes of Federer and Nadal can adapt their game to reflect changing conditions.  So must you as an investor.

Finally, a winning tennis player will have tremendous stamina and the ability to keep cool under extreme pressure.   As a successful investor, you need to keep the faith and maintain your cool if the going gets tough.

At 4Wallsandaceiling, we like to think we are "playing the game" of property at the highest level.  Why not come and join us and raise your game as a result?  That is the very essence of why networking is so important to you as an investor - you can learn from others more advanced that yourself.

Poor men work, rich men network...

We cordially invite you to our next networking event to be held on Sunday 20th July at the Holiday Inn in Guildford.  Please book here.

As always, we are committed to delivering MASSIVE VALUE and educational content, along with a superior networking experience.

Jarlmoe_finished_2 For this event, we are very proud to announce that millionaire entrepreneur, businessman, and property investor, Jarl Moe, is flying in to speak to you.  Jarl is one of the world's leading experts on International Tax Planning within investments and asset protection, internet and international business.  He will be speaking on how to mitigate your tax liability, and protect your wealth through the use of offshore company structures.  If you have 2 or more properties, YOU NEED TO HEAR THIS TALK and expand your thinking to start putting wealth protection strategies in place.  Jarl will be flying in from Cyprus to speak to us, so please do not miss this opportunity to meet and network with him.

Our friend and mortgage broker, Dan Peacock will also be on hand to speak about trends developing in the lending industry, and making forecasts for the future.  It is our belief that interest rates are set to go UP rather than down, and Dan will be advising you how to water-proof your portfolio against stormy weather in the money markets.

Yours truly, Nick Tadd, as recently seen on BBC2's "The Truth About Property", will also be giving out a healthy dose of property news and intelligence to help you make the most of the market conditions.

To register for this event, please book here.

Cambersands_finished Win a long weekend break at Camber Sands...!

Everyone who attends our event on Sunday 20th July, will be enterted into a free prize draw to win a long weekend break at our fantastic holiday let, "Seabreeze" on the fabulous Camber Sands in East Sussex.   For further information, please click here. The winner will be drawn at the event.

This is a prize value of £400.00 not to mention that you will be able to relax and experience a professionally run U.K. holiday let on one of the  "Top Ten Beaches in the World" as voted by the readers of the Sunday Times Travel Magazine!.  And only 90 minutes drive from central London.

Setting the record straight...

Finally, we wish to apologise to our friend, Dominic Farrell at Jet to Let Investments.  In our recent newsletters we have incorrectly named his 5 star spa resort in Mazatos, Cyprus.  The correct name is the Grove Spa Resort.  Apologies for the error.

What people are saying about 4 Walls...

We would also like to thank Andrew Fennell for the wonderful testimonial we received from him this week.  This really says it all about us and it really made our day:

"I just wanted to thank you and your team for taking such good care of Christine over in Cyprus. She had a great time, learnt an awful lot, and came back tired but full of renewed enthusiasm for property investment (much needed after 9 months of 'tenants-from-hell' syndrome here in the UK). Christine also gained much from rubbing shoulders with the group, all of whom had something valuable to add both in knowledge and experience terms.

Faith in human nature and investment potential restored!

From what I have observed you are 'getting it right' - spreading the word about sensible, profitable property investment and managing to do it with warmth and energy - without ripping anybody off."

Some words of encouragement...

Finally, we have had a few clients calling us for support in these difficult and challenging times in the U.K. property market.  We would therefore like to finish this newsletter with an empowering quotation to help you "keep the faith" with what you are doing , and not be brought down by all the media doom and gloom, and other people who are not investing in property, but who have an opinion.  We are not sure who authored this quote, but it is one of our personal favourites:

"It is not the critic who counts, nor the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where doer of deeds could have done better.  The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, who's face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who knows great enthusiasm, great devotion, and the triumph of achievement and who, at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while doing greatly - so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat".

Get on the pitch with us and raise your game!

We are all in the arena, on the pitch and at 4 Walls And A Ceiling, we assist you in playing the game at the highest level and being triumphant in every aspect of your property business.  So remain true to the cause and keep pushing forwards towards your property goals!.  We are here to support you every step of the way, and please feel free to lean on us for support and encouragement.

Please take a positive step forwards by registering for our event in Guidlford on the 20th July.  Entry to the event is £10 to help towards the hire of the room. However if you bring 2 people with you, you get free admission.

Please book here.

I look forward to meeting you there.

Until then, happy and safe investing,

Nicksignature_2

P.s.  You may also want to take a look at our website for other ideas of how to run your property business more efficiently.  We've recently up-dated the website and added a lot of new, up-to-date content to support investors through these challenging times.  Please visit www.4wallsandaceilng.com for the latest property news and intelligence

Spread the word:  If you have enjoyed reading this newsletter, and have a friend or colleague who you believe might also benefit, please forward it on.  Anyone can sign up for a free, privacy-protected subscription by visiting www.4wallsandaceiling.com

June 24, 2008

SURVIVING THE CREDIT CRUNCH – BUSINESS EFFICIENCY ...

SURVIVING THE CREDIT CRUNCH – BUSINESS EFFICIENCY ...

Dear Fellow Investor,

Welcome to our newsletter!   When there is doom and gloom all round with regards to the effect of credit crunch on the U.K. economy, our aim is to bring a little bit of sunshine into your life today by explaining the benefits of leasing your I.T. equipment, as opposed to buying it.   This could save you a lot of money, and make your property business more efficient on a number of different levels, so it is well worth considering.

Think of it like this:  Buying your computer equipment outright is like paying an employee three years wages in advance!  Would you do that?  The answer should be a resounding “no”!  Like all businesses, your property business runs on cash-flow.  Without cash-flow, you are dead in the water and your business could deteriorate very quickly.  Cash-flow is the life-blood of any business and should be protected at all costs.

This is why you should consider the benefits of leasing your I.T. equipment, as opposed to buying it:

1.    No capital outlay.
2.    Low quarterly payments help you manage your cash-flow.
3.    100% tax deductable.
4.    Keep up-to-date with the latest technology.
5.    18 month up-grade and free title.  (In other words, you own the equipment outright at the end of the leasing period).

By leasing your I.T. equipment, you are being much more efficient.

Here are a few examples of how cost-effective it is to lease:

Business PC’s from £4.70 per week
Pro Notebooks from £5.85 per week
5 User network installed from £37.00 per week.
You can also lease:
Plasmas  and LCD’s
Software
Telephone systems
Digital photocopiers
Laser Printers
CCTV’s

For further information on I.T. leasing solutions, please contact nick.tadd@4wallsandaceilng.com or call us on 0800 0141859.

What has leasing got to do with property investment, you may well ask?  Well, a lot actually.  At 4 Walls and A Ceiling, we support investors in building a property portfolio safely and efficiently.  We believe that it is vital that you treat your property portfolio as a business (whether you own 2 or 200 properties), and adopt a business-like attitude.  If you are not doing this, you are only treating your properties as a hobby and you will not achieve the best results.

Leasing your I.T. equipment is just one of the many solutions we advocate to help you run your property business efficiently and cost-effectively.  We lease all our I.T. and A.V. equipment and it has proved to be very efficient.  Therefore we are happy to recommend it, as we only ever recommend products and services that we use ourselves and are 100% happy with.  We hope you will learn to trust our advice and recommendations as it has helped our clients build significant wealth in property.  We are engaged in property 24/7 and you can benefit from our knowledge, research, experience, advice and contacts.

For further information on I.T. leasing solutions, please contact nick.tadd@4wallsandaceilng.com or call us on 0800 0141859.

You may also want to take a look at our website for other ideas of how to run your property business more efficiently.  We’ve recently up-dated the website and added a lot of new, up-to-date content to support investors through these challenging times.  Please visit www.4wallsandaceilng.com for the latest property news and intelligence.

If you have found this information useful you may want to attend one of our events, to meet us in person and find out more about how we can assist you in building a profitable property portfolio.

Our next event is on Sunday 20th July 2008 in Guildford.  To register, please email events@4wallsandaceilng.com (or click here) and you will receive further details nearer to the time.
Spread the word:  If you have enjoyed reading this newsletter, and have a friend or colleague who you believe might also benefit, please forward it on.  Anyone can sign up for a free, privacy-protected subscription by visiting 4wallsandaceiling.com

Finally, we have had a few clients calling us for support in these difficult and challenging times in the U.K. property market.  We would therefore like to finish this newsletter with an empowering quotation to help you “keep the faith” with what you are doing , and not be brought down by all the media doom and gloom, and other people who are not investing in property.  We are not sure who authored this quote, but it is one of our favourites:

“It is not the critic who counts, nor the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where doer of deeds could have done better.  The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, who face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who knows great enthusiasm, great devotion, and the triumph of achievement and who, at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while doing greatly – so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat”.

We are all in the arena, on the pitch and at 4 Walls And A Ceiling, we assist you in playing the game at the highest level and being triumphant in every aspect of your property business.  So remain true to the cause and keep pushing forwards towards your property goals!.  We are here to support you every step of the way, and please feel free to lean on us for support and encouragement

Until next time, happy investing!

Regards,

Nicksignature

4 Walls And A Ceiling Ltd

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June 14, 2008

Death Of The Property Clubs: The Property Investors rights to Compensation!

Death Of The Property Clubs: The Property Investors rights to Compensation!

I found this on the internet... FANTASTIC. Well done Andy Callen for bringing this to the forefront.

"The FINANCIAL -- Numerous property investors throughout the UK have lost tens of millions of pounds through Property Clubs who have over-promised and not delivered.

Andrew Callen, LLB (Hons), MSI, CeRER is a Solicitor and Property Investment expert who has represented thousands of clients who have invested in property throughout the years. He is a Property Investor himself and is now helping investors across claim back their rightful compensation.

Investors have experienced huge losses as a consequence of investing in properties via Property Clubs and organisations and now face sleepless nights worrying on the basis that promises made by these "Clubs" on Values and Rental Incomes have not materialised. The fallout from this is that collectively numerous investors have lost millions, if not been made to face bankruptcy.

The majority of Investors who have bought through Property Clubs and any investor who attended the numerous property investor shows over the last few years, knows just how many of these there are. These clubs and organisations have all recommended the buys across the world of great deals to be had, particularly with off plan investment.

It is also the case that when you buy a property the principle of "Caveat Emptor" applies, in other words "Buyer Beware" and upon exchange of contracts there is a binding agreement to buy which must occur regardless of any issues to do with value or the availability of mortgages upon completion. It is also a legal fact that the Property Club or Investment House is not a party to the contract of purchase and therefore is not bound in law to the earlier recommendation to buy. Therefore on this position in law how might the Property Investor try and redress the Balance?

The answer it seems for many is to look at the "Law of Agency" which dates back some 300 years.

Simply, if you pay any business a fee to do something for you as “your agent” then they have a duty of absolute clarity to you in the way that they may make a commission. It is NOT sufficient for them to say that they "may" receive a commission they must be exact and up front in what they are to receive and before the contract is agreed and monies handed over. Where there is such a breach not only does the Broking Fee need to be returned to the "Principle" but so must any commission received and interest at a damages rate if the clarity has not been given in advance of the parties entering into the agreement.

Therefore as the law stands it is quite clear that thousands of investors are probably owed tens of millions back by the property clubs concerned who made secret or half secret commissions, provided of course that an agency fee was paid.

What yet needs to be tested in the Courts is whether the substantial sums made by many property clubs is such that, had the client been fully aware of just how much commission the agent/club was going to receive from a particular transaction, would the client have gone ahead with the Purchase? Therefore would that impact on the Courts sufficiently in law to suggest a gross misrepresentation and that as a consequence of such deception that the parties should be restored to the position they would have been in before the situation occurred. In other words as if the transaction had not occurred.

What is clear for those who believe they are the victims of hidden commissions is that they should seek either directly or through a Solicitor for detailed disclosure from the property club to disclose all commissions and incomes received and if not the Courts may then choose to direct disclosure in any event. The Courts additionally have the power to order disclosure subject to certain conditions. Even for Investors who have bought abroad, the terms and conditions signed with the property club more often than not refer to a dispute being settled in the “Courts of England and Wales”.

Undoubtedly many Property Clubs have properly called for regulation of the Industry which includes transparency, and other standards of dealing. What will now be interesting is to see just how many really are transparent in their dealing with their “valued customers”, by disclosing the relevant facts upon reasonable demand by such valued clients of theirs."

June 13, 2008

What the FT had to say about Cyprus

Ftcover If you are a regular reader of my blog, you will know that I have been banging on about Cyprus for the past 18 months, promoting it as a top investment opportunity.  I myself have made a lot of money over there through my own investments.

It seems that the Financial Times agrees with me, albeit 18 months late!  However, better late than never.  What is really rewarding is that their article vindicates my own philosophy about investing in Cyprus.  That is:  location, quality, and a unique proposition are the criteria your investment must meet to enjoy the greatest returns.

The article suggests that the luxury end of the market  will prove to be the most profitable, so proximity to golf courses, spas, and leisure amenities are paramount.

To read the Financial Times article in full, please click here.

How many more great articles like this are you going to read before you get involved? Please e-mail me at nick.tadd@4wallsandaceiling.com for more information on investing in Cyprus 

June 10, 2008

"firm upward course" for the Cypriot tourism industry.

4wallsandaceiling.com Newsletter

Nick says...

Having just come back from Cyprus you can see what they are driving at.

Owners of investment properties in Cyprus could find they enjoy better than expected rental income during the coming winter.

The Association of Cyprus Travel Agents (Acta), Cyprus Tourism Organisation and the Ministry of Tourism have been working together to attract more visitors to the island, reports the Cyprus Mail.

Akis Kelepeshis, president of Acta, told the trade group's annual general meeting that there were already signs that those efforts were paying off and that 2008 would be the start of a "firm upward course" for the Cypriot tourism industry.

He added: "The efforts made this year for increasing numbers in the winter season 2008-09 appear to be bearing fruit."

The news, which could mean that owners of rental property in Cyprus enjoy good levels of occupancy during usually quiet months, comes just days after an increase in the number Britons booking holidays to the Mediterranean island was reported.

Travel website lastminute.com revealed that bookings for June breaks to Cyprus were up 32 per cent on the corresponding period in 2007.

new e-book

For a copy of our e-book about investing in Cyprus, please click here.

June 09, 2008

WOW! SOUTHERN CYPRUS DUBBED "THE HOLY GRAIL OF INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY INVESTMENT"!

WOW!  SOUTHERN CYPRUS DUBBED "THE HOLY GRAIL OF INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY INVESTMENT"!

Dear Fellow Investor,

We've just returned from one of our most successful-ever viewing trips to Larnaca.  We had a number of valued clients join us over there for a few days to view our developments in the Larnaca area, including sites at Pervolia (where we have our penthouse), Kiti, Pyla, and Mazatos. Our clients were able to see with their own eyes all the economic drivers that are fuelling the country (and their investment). 

"Thanks for being such wonderful hosts.  I had a ball and learnt so much.  I am really happy with my investment". - Joy Webber, South London

   cyprus road trip

Cyprus road trip group photo June 2008


First of all, the flight over there was full to bursting - always a good sign!  On arrival, we were greeted by perfect holiday weather of 30 degrees with a light breeze.  While we collected our luggage, it was interesting to note that the Arrivals Board showed flights arriving from places as diverse as Manchester, Prague, Jeddah, Bahrain, Paris, etc.  For centuries, Cyprus has been a melting-pot of cultures, and this tradition is clearly continuing as the island becomes a major holiday destination for many different nationalities!   The number of different languages being spoken in the Arrivals Hall was something akin to the Tower of Babel! 

New motorways whisked us to our delightful hotel in Pervolia.  On the way, we were able to see that the new international airport terminal is well under way with its construction, consolidating Larnaca's position as the main gateway onto the island.  The Cypriot government has a strategic tourism plan in place, to grow tourism over the next few years.  This includes increasing traffic through the airport from 2 million to 9 million, and the facilities to handle this increase in people are currently being built.  You may also have seen the "Love Cyprus" advertising campaign which is currently running on T.V. here in the U.K.  (www.visitcyprus.com). The Cypriot government have just commissioned the international Cypriot tennis player, Marcus Bhagdatis, to act as the "face" of Cyprus to increase awareness of the island as a holiday destination.  Marcus will be fronting a number of new advertisements and campaigns.

At our hotel, we happened to meet a chap who works for Total Oil.  He (along with a number of colleagues) has been brought in to supervise getting the infrastructure in place to start getting the oil out.  He told us that the oil reserves are sizeable and that many people are being brought to the island to help work on the project.  They are either buying or renting apartments.  The Scandinavian oil company, ProSafe, has already moved its headquarters to Larnaca, and brought 1300 staff with it.  There is a severe shortage of QUALITY accommodation in the Larnaca area, which has always been Cyprus' business hub, but is now been up-graded to a holiday resort area.  This is fantastic news for those of us who have invested there, as the proximity to the airport always increases occupancy, both for corporate lets and holiday lets - of which you have the option of both in Larnaca.

Over the next few days, we took our clients around the area to see our developments. Entry level into Cyprus starts from as little as £6K, which you won't find here in the U.K.  With 30% capital growth predicted, this is SERIOUS leverage of a small amount of money!

We showed our clients the site of the new David Lloyd Olympic Village, the new 5 star Grove Star Spa Resort (both at Mazatos), the site of the new mini-Marina at Pervolia, and the new coast road linking Larnaca, Pervolia, and Mazatos.  All this development subscribes to the golden rule of I.C.I - investment, communication, and infrastructure!  These are the vital ingredients that fuel any investment and if you adhere to them, you minimise your risk and reduce speculative elements.

As far as we are concerned, Cyprus (the Larnaca area particularly) ticks all the investment boxes and we have been promoting it as an investment destination for the past eighteen months and investing heavily there ourselves.  Many people tried to question our judgement and say that Cyprus wasn't anything special.

It was therefore particularly interesting to note on our return, that one of the U.K.'s most high profile property investors and marketeers, Andy Shaw, has just send out a broadcast stating that he now considers Cyprus to be "the Holy Grail of international property investment"!   Andy has a database of thousands of investors and now he is promoting Cyprus to them, the secret is out!  Cyprus was also just on the front cover of "A Place In The Sun" magazine, so you can't get more mainstream than that.  However, we at 4 Walls and a Ceiling, recognised the benefits of Cyprus over 18 months ago!!  What's more, we identified "where" in Cyprus - Larnaca - and we have been proved correct in this, as Larnaca has enjoyed the most significant gains.

When somebody says "invest in Cyprus" - you should ask "where in Cyprus?". If they give you a town, ask "where in that town?".  If they give a development, ask "why that development?".

Do not be sold on just a development alone.  You need to be convinced on why that development, why that town, and why that area.

If you want to know the difference between investing in Paphos, Limassol, Nicosia, Larnaca, Famagusta, Parallimni, Protaras, Aiya Napa etc. then speak to us at 4 Walls and A Ceiling and we will break down the pros and cons of all these places, as we have been involved in Cyprus for a number of years and have the experience to do this.

Whilst it's great that Andy Shaw has acknowledged Cyprus, albeit a couple of years late, he's not the only one.  The sports entrepreneur, David Lloyd, is also investing heavily on the island, building the David Lloyd Olympic Village - a major sports training facility for athletes that will operate year-round thanks to Cyprus' 340 days of sunshine per year. Meanwhile, Harvard University has identified Cyprus as a centre of educational excellence, and is investing in new educational faculties there.  This is creating awareness in the lucrative American market and there is talk of direct flights to Cyprus from the U.S.

If you would be interested in having a free, no obligation personal telephone consultation with our very own tame Cypriot property expert, Nick Tadd (as seen on the BBC 2 programme "The Truth About Property"), then please email nick.tadd@4wallsandaceiling.com.

Please note:  we do not employ any "hard sell" tactics.  We don't need to. Cyprus speaks for itself.  If you see that, you will want to get involved.  If you don't, you won't.  Simple as that.

Meanwhile, on the home front, we are still being bombarded with so-called "no money down" deals.  Indeed, one famous property marketeer is inciting 100 investors to pay £350.00 each to obtain the latest "no money down" deal structure.  That's a cool £35,000 to him!  However, the proof will be in the pudding whether these unsuspecting people will actually be able to bring to fruition what he tells them.  We're pretty certain that most of these deal structures, because they are so flawed, rarely amount to anything - but the people promoting them make a lot of money along the way, even though you don't.

For novice investors in particular, it is very confusing as one person is saying they can do "no money down", and we are telling them otherwise.  At the end of the day, you must decide who to trust.

Since April 2008, it is our opinion that there are now no legitimate ways to do "no money down" deals here in the U.K. with the current mortgage products, and taking into account Council of Mortgage Lenders and Law Society Guidelines.

To this end, we have joined forces with our friends at Property Traders to bring you the truth about "no money down" deals and to bring into sharp focus the dangers of doing them, not only from a legal standpoint, but also from a tax perspective; something that is always overlooked by novice investors.

This is an unbiased, independent report exposing the serious tax and legal implications of doing deals in this format and it will answer all your questions about whether you should be entertaining these deal structures.  There are issues here which no one else will tell you and YOU NEED TO KNOW THEM.  There is no need to be confused any longer.

For further information, or to purchase your report for £29.99, please click here:

3d tax book

We at 4 Walls and A Ceiling have a deserved reputation for always giving you the best possible advice and property intelligence.  As you can see from above, we started promoting Cyprus 18 months before Andy Shaw. Our investors will subsequently have made far more significant gains, as they started earlier.

Unlike most other companies, we have been warning our clients of the dangers of doing "no money down" deals for several months now.  Yet people still believe it when someone tells them that they have found a way to fudge the system.   No doubt, you will be asked to use their solicitor and broker.  Ask yourself "why"? If the deal is legitimate, you should be able to use any broker and solicitor you choose, as transparency is a pre-requisite of any legitimate property transaction.

The bottom line is ... if you are not disclosing the incentive and/or discount to the lender, it is tantamount to mortgage fraud.

Our report dissects all these latest "no money down" systems and exposes their flaws and also flags up the legal and tax implications.  If you are found to have done one of these fraudulent transactions, you can end up with a prison sentence and owing the Taxman thousands of ££££££'s.

Before entertaining doing one of these deals, you need to read our report.

For further details click here

It's worth noting that many of these deal structures require two sets of solicitors, exhorbitant bridging fees, etc.  That is most certainly NOT "no money down".

If you read our report, you will be convinced that it is now not possible to do it here in the U.K. - NO MATTER WHAT ANYONE ELSE MAY TELL YOU.

You can buy our report for £29.99 at the following link: please click here

the truth

Please do not waste your money on reservation fees, valuations, solicitors fees etc. This report will explain why and tell you the legal and tax implications of what you are contemplating doing.  The entity trying to sell you a "no money down" deal will never tell you these facts or be able to answer your questions about them.

However, if you are going to do one of these questionable deal structures, please at least be aware of the legal and tax implications and make provision for them.  In property, if something goes wrong, it is YOU that carries the can as you signed the mortgage agreement. And don't let anyone tell you otherwise.

So, to summarise, Cyprus is currently looking a lot more attractive as an investment destination than the U.K.  With big guns like Andy Shaw promoting it, you need to get going quickly before too many people get wind of it.  The biggest gains are made whilst it's a "best kept secret".  Now Andy Shaw has dubbed it the "holy grail" of international investments, the secret is well and truly out and every man and his dog will be investing over there, which again will fuel the market, as demand increases.

If you would be interested in having a free, no obligation personal telephone consultation with our very own tame Cypriot property expert, Nick Tadd (as seen on the BBC 2 programme "The Truth About Property"), then please email nick.tadd@4wallsandaceiling.com. 

Please note:  we do not employ any "hard sell" tactics.  We don't need to. Cyprus speaks for itself.  If you see that, you will want to get involved.  If you don't, you won't.  Simple as that.

We offer viewing trips from £149.00 per person.  Unlike other companies, who will tell you that you do not need to go and see your investment as "it is just a grey box that makes you money", we do not advocate that you buy any investment unseen.  We actively encourage you to go and see your prospective property.  After all, when you buy a new car, you test drive several different models.  When you buy a mobile phone, you check out several different types.  When you buy a new pair of shoes, you try on several different pairs.  Therefore, when you make a property investment (where there is a lot more money involved), we encourage you to understand it from every angle.  It could be financial ruin not to!!  So, if Cyprus sounds of interest to you, get in touch with us, and get yourself over there as soon as possible to see it with your own eyes and get an understanding of what the island has to offer your prospective tenants/clients.  You can buy property by science and maths, but there is also an emotive element that should be considered.    After all, if you would not want to rent/live/holiday there, then probably other people might feel the same! 

With its spectacular scenery and enviable climate, it's no wonder that Aphrodite, Goddess of Love, chose Cyprus as her playground in ancient times.  Since then, mere mortals have been discovering this 'land fit for Gods' for themselves!.  Maybe it's your turn now!

new e-book

For a copy of our e-book about investing in Cyprus, please click here.