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5 people every property investor should follow on twitter.

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There is no getting away from the fact that Twitter is becoming as much of everyday life as Facebook.

Twitter allows you to follow people who interest you and you then receive their tweets as they happen. So as property investors who can we follow to keep up to date with what’s going on with UKproperty investment. Other than following @rescuemypension and me @RobBence of course!

@Melaniebien Mortgages are key to successful property investment that’s why we recommend you follow Melanie. She has some how managed to make a sometimes dry subject entertaining. Other than being an Arsenal fan we can’t pick fault

@propertyjourn Also known as Graham Norwood is a journalist who regular contributes to the national newspapers on all things property investment. He is also an author and a property investor. With a CV like that make sure you add him to your follow list.

@Landlordtweets aka Mary Latham is a straight talking landlord with over 30 years experience, so it’s hard not to listen when she talks about property investment. I don’t know Mary but she regularly updates here timeline with interesting property news and seems to have a take no prisoners approach which we like.

@NickTadd Nick is the Co-Founder of property tribes (along with Vanessa Warrick) an internet forum for property investors. His forum is great place to get advice and his tweets keep you in the loop. He also likes his tech which is fine by us.

@Therealkiyosaki Love or loath him there is no denying the impact Robert Kiyoskai has had on wealth creation education around the world. Robert author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, talks about several different asset classes but he is clearly a fan of property investment. If you are just starting on your property investment journey then you reading his main book and following his tweets is bound to help.

We could have made this longer but this is a great starting place as we have given you a real mix of tweeters. However if you have any further suggestions add them to are comments box at the bottom of the page.

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2017-08-02T13:25:06+00:00October 25th, 2011|Blog, News, Property investment|