Ant & Phil welcome you to the Crewe Property Meet

Every month we meet with other like minded property investors for a informal networking evening.

Whether you’re an experienced property investor, or someone new to the world of property wishing to find out more, this is a great opportunity to discuss all aspects of property investing in the local area.



The Crewe Property Meet takes place on the 1st Thursday of every month. 6:00pm-6:30pm Registration and Networking 6:30pm-8:30pm Meeting with Guest Speakers 8:30pm Meeting Close + more networking

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Crewe Arms Hotel, Nantwich Road Crewe CW2 6DN

Thank you to everyone that was able to make the CPM meet up last night. Thank you to Sian Brown from Watts Mortgage & Wealth Management for the update on the PRA changes. We hope you enjoyed our "7 Lessons from SA" which we exposed last night ... See MoreSee Less

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Hundreds of Landlords are being fined over Failure to Comply with Right to Rent - Penalties totaling £163,000 were handed out after the Right to Rent scheme was rolled out across England, official data reveals.
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How much do you need to earn an hour to buy a property and live in Northwich, Winsford, Middlewich, Knutsford, Wilmslow and Crewe postcodes. As discussed at the Crewe Property Meet this month, according to figures published by, in one postcode area you need to earn £10.20 per hour and another £28.94 per hour - which are the 2 postcode areas?
CW1 - Crewe, Haslington, Leighton
CW7 - Winsford (Town), Wharton, Over, Glebe Green, Darnhall, Stanthorne, Bostock, Wimboldsley
CW10 - Middlewich, Winsford East
CW2 - Crewe, Wistaston, Woolstanwood
CW8 - Northwich, Hartford, Weaverham, Castle, Greenbank
CW3 - Crewe, Madeley, Betley, Woore, Audlem
CW5 - Nantwich, Willaston, Sound
CW6 - Winsford west
WA16 - Knutsford
SK9 - Wilmslow, Alderley Edge, Handforth, Styal

The figures are based on a single person working a 37.5 hour week and spending 35% of their income on mortgage repayments (the amount the Shelter charity defines as affordable) and take into account average house prices in an area, assuming a 20 per cent deposit and a 25-year fixed rate mortgage at 2.63 per cent interest.
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