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Lesson 413 - Writing Your First Article on Your Local Property Market


A 10 min video on how to write one of the best (yet easiest) articles about your local property market .. the town vs town article.

Write this article and look and feel like the property guru you know you are. How would that feel? 

So watch the video, drop in the numbers and prove you are the local property expert 

Enjoy! 

PS Where it says the MS Word Document is in the files section  .. it is in fact here. Here is a link to the Word Document, which is the skeleton of the article.. now just watch the embedded video here .. drop your numbers and happy article writing.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me on 07950147572 or send me an email to christopher@christopherwatkin.co.uk



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