Discover in 3 minutes how a Platinum Discovery Day can equip you to make the most from property.
Platinum Property Partners offer a high-profit, low-risk property franchise.
The phenomenal success of the PPP franchise has been primarily due to its industry-leading property investment models. These offer a number of diverse property revenue streams that adapt to market changes and ensure financial growth, even during a property market slump.
The franchise is a low-overhead, low staff, home-based opportunity which has been designed to be flexible and non-exclusive, so Franchise Partners can operate their business part-time or full-time, and are not only allowed to have other income streams, but are encouraged to do so.
Franchise Partners are given initial personal and intensive one-to-one mentoring in the field. Thereafter, there is on-going training and support in order to help them follow the various systems and strategies that have been developed and refined to maximise cash flow and equity gains. PPP directly employs a team of experienced and qualified professionals to support Franchise Partners every step of the way and, in addition, has assembled some of the best professional independent advisors to offer guidance when required. The like-minded network of other Franchise Partners is also of immense value.
PPP has adopted a holistic approach to business, which is reflected in the organisation’s mission to ‘Be More, Do More, Have More, Give More’. PPP measures the success of Franchise Partners not just by financial performance, but also by their health, happiness and contribution to others. It also provides personal development workshops and an extensive library of learning materials to help Franchise Partners set and achieve both their personal and business goals.
Nearly 150 years ago, the English Philosopher John Ruskin cautioned people of the dangers of paying too little for something of value:
“It is unwise to pay too much, but it is much worse to pay too little.
When you pay too much, you lose a little money, that’s all.
When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything because the product you bought was incapable of doing the things it was bought to do.
The common law of business practice prohibits paying a little and getting a lot … it can’t be done.
If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add something for the risk you run and if you do that, you’ll have enough to pay for something better.”