All you need to do is register your interest and a member of our Partner Recruitment Team will be in touch to introduce themselves and ensure you meet our qualification criteria.
In this initial telephone conversation, we will get to know you, find out what your short, medium and long-terms goals are and discuss whether this is the right decision for you.
If, after this initial call you meet our qualification criteria and you’d like to find out more, then we’ll book you onto one of our Discovery Days.
We look forward to seeing you!
I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the Discovery Day on Friday – and to say thank you to Steve and all the team on delivering such a great day. It was stimulating, informative and very professionally run.
You may feel uneasy about our proposition or nervous about moving forward without proof and detail. Discovery Days comprise insightful and informative presentations from a range of people within the PPP network and enable you to:
Discovery Days also allow us to get to know each other better to see if there is a fit of values and aspirations – we only work with people we like and trust – and hopefully prove to you that our specialist form of property investment is one of the most secure and profitable investment vehicles available.
Following his departure from a high profile role in an American Automotive corporation, Mike Anderson took stock of his financial position as part of the process to determine the direction of his next career move. The results shocked him.
After the financial crisis, Andrew and Julie Paris wanted to find a secure place for their money and get a better return on their investments. Tired of running his print business in Nottingham, Andrew was also looking for something new, something to challenge him and something he could do with his wife, Julie.
Ron Gandolfo and Shirley Lawrence joined PPP in October 2012 after spending a combined 60 years, including many as headteachers, leading very hectic lives in primary education. They were more than ready for a change of career which would provide them with new and different challenges.
As her children had grown into young adults, Gertie found herself with increasing amounts of free time. Around the same time Gertie’s husband was made redundant, so there was a potential need for an additional income stream.