Savvy Women Group is the UK’s first fully integrated Financial Education, Property and Business and solutions organisation. We are the best at what we do, and we offer unique innovative services and products for property investors, property developers, first time buyers and Home buyers who wish to cover the United Kingdom, Europe and International property markets. We offer accredited course so that you know your qualified in that area you want to specialised in.
So, why Savvy Women? And why property? Throughout the UK, inflation on the housing market remains stable, yet housing itself is in high demand. Most people cannot get onto the property ladder on their own, and yet their ambition drives them forward regardless. That is where we come in, Savvy Women Group is a forward-thinking coaching and advisory board for women who want to create the lifestyle of their dreams. Whether that is through investing in property from scratch, or by leveraging existing business interests in the right way to break into the property market, Savvy Women Group can help.
Our Value Statement
We build value for our clients by focusing on unique experiences and setting a high standard of our service delivery, helping our clients succeed in the world’s rapidly evolving property investment business.
Our short-term strategies and long-term actions will be molded by a set of core values that are shared by each client. We love the simplicity of our property business system because it is all about you.
We have made it so easy for you to learn, implement, and profit from your property business. There are lots of webinars, Facebook lives, courses, coaching and lots more. We want you to shine and be financially free.
Our core values
We care about making a difference
We have extensive experience
We always deliver outstanding result
Frequently Asked Questions
Savvy Women is a team of professionals with experience in real estate investing, property training, and finance. Savvy Estates Ltd is a private limited company registered in England and Wales, registered number 12241102. Savvy Estates Ltd, the 100%-owned subsidiary of Savvy Women Group Ltd
The most important question to consider before making any investment is, “What am I trying to accomplish?” Your investments will differ vastly if, for example, you are trying to save money for retirement versus trying to save money for a down payment on a house. So, ask yourself, “Is this investment likely to help me meet my goal?”
If your investment goal is to make as much money as possible and you can tolerate any risk, then you should “invest” in real estate. You should always ask yourself: Are you comfortable with the risk you’re taking?
Something to think about if you’re a long-term “buy and hold” investor. There is a real possibility that any investment you make could go to zero while you own it. Ask yourself, “Will I be financially devastated if this investment goes to zero?” If the answer is yes, don’t make that investment.
In general, the longer your investment time frame, the more risk you can accept in your investment portfolio because you have more time to recover from a mistake. Also, if you’re saving for retirement and your decades away from retiring, investing in something like a rental property may make sense. Ask yourself, “Does this investment make sense from a timing point of view?”
Ordinary people have a huge advantage over investment professionals in fields where they work because no investment professional will ever know more about an industry than someone who works in it. Ask yourself, “Am I investing in something I know something about, or am I investing in something that two college professors at Yale know something about?”
We at savvy women always try to mitigate risk by the plan with our clients. Investing in real estate is high risk and there is no guarantee of future outcomes. The real estate market has economic cycles and it is exposed to wider macro-economic factors.
Some of the general risks of real estate investments are Geographical, Environmental, Regulatory and Legal, Financing and Illiquidity. Further information of the risks can be found in the Investment Offering documentation when available. You really need to ask yourself; Are you comfortable taking these risks?
This would dependant on your situation and circumstances. For instance, if you are 40 years old and what to build a retirement portfolio then the average age of retirement is 65 years old then you at least have 25 years to build your investment which will be classed a long term investment, so ask yourself; Is this a short-, medium- or long-term investment?