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    Good morning,

    I am just wondering if anybody knows another good forum or website that might be good/better for networking with other property investors. Perhaps somewhere for buying/sellings property leads etc, just another good resource?

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    networking and other property sites

    Property Investor Network (PIN) have 26 different monthly meetings around the UK. Their web address is www.PinMeeting.co.uk
    Other property websites try Property Tribes

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      http://www.yourpropertynetwork.co.uk/networking-events/

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