Central London Evening Property Network


May 23


06:30 pm - 09:30 pm

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Brendan Quinn Events

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London Bridge Hotel

8-18 London Bridge Street London Bridge, London, SE1 9SG

London, England, GB, SE1 9SG

Central London Property Evening Network welcomes: Ranjan Bhattarcharya


Ranjan bought his first investment property in 1991 having just graduated from University. With no cash of his own, he had no choice but to structure the deal to be a no money down purchase. Ever since buying income generating property with little money down, has been the ‘corner-stone’ of his investment strategy.

He continued investing in property through the 1990’s as a ‘side-line’ to his career in the City as a Management Consultant with Accenture and taking a career break to study for an MBA at the Cranfield School Of Management.

In 2001, despite loving his day-job, Ranjan quit to setup his property company which focuses on developing residential and commercial property for rental.
Ranjan invests in property in London which is arguably one of the most fiercely competitive property investment markets in the world. As such London tends to be the place where the most innovative investment strategies start out and in time, ripple out across the country.

Ranjan lives happily in Rickmansworth with his wife Shalini and three teenage daughters.
Ranjan Bhattacharya, Summary CV

Former 10 year Management Consulting Career working for Accenture & CSC Index
MBA Cranfield School Of Management
First investment property purchased 28 years ago in 1991
Develop-to-let investor across Islington, Camden and other parts of North & North West London
Partner in Fab Lets, residential lettings & management firm
Full-time in property since 2001
Running Property Investors Workshops since 2004
Adviser to Channel 4’s ‘Property Ladder’
Mentored more than 1500 property investors
Part of the judging panel for the UK Property Investors Awards

Ranjan is going to speak about commercial investment opportunities in the current uncertainty property market.