Winners on a Wednesday
Samuel has helped thousands of people in their property investment journey, and countless have become financially free.
Every week Samuel interviews one of his students who, after following his strategies, are now financially free through property investing.
Samuel Leeds Academy student Ian Thomas has made the transition from being a self-employed plumber to earning money on the side through property. In just eight months, he has become financially free through a portfolio of rent-to-serviced accommodation properties in Cardiff and Bath. Ian has also sold deals and his
Property entrepreneur Simon Olsen, who trained on Samuel Leeds’ academy, has built a £2m portfolio that generates an average profit of £14,000 to £15,000 a month. It includes a converted chapel yards from Chesil Beach in Dorset, which is rented out to holidaymakers and contractors, plus five rent-to-serviced accommodation properties
It took Asim Ramzy five months to secure his first rent-to-serviced accommodation deal. Now Asim, who trained on the Property Investors Academy, controls £6m worth of properties turning over around £60,000 a month. That was Asim’s annual salary previously as a manager overseeing 60 staff. His patch covers East London,
Samuel Leeds played matchmaker to bring Chris Jeavons and Darcy Burgoyne together at one of his courses. Three years on, they are engaged to be married and have moved into a mansion next door to their guru. Thanks to his training, Chris and Darcy have built a hugely successful real
In just over a year Gavin Wakefield has gone from working 16-hour shifts as a carer to becoming a full-time real estate entrepreneur with his wife Ana. They achieved financial freedom with their first deal and now control eight rent-to-serviced accommodation properties making a monthly profit of £8,000 to £10,000.
Harley and Connor McLeod, from Kent, were already successful property developers when they enrolled on Samuel Leeds’ academy to ramp up their business. Now they have a rent-to-rent, on top of a portfolio of HMOs, and have learnt about marketing and creating a brand. Their five houses are valued at
Costa Rican couple and Samuel Leeds students bring in £250,000 a year from rent-to-rents and deal selling
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again. That’s what Melvin Salas and Sofia Alpizar did after joining Samuel Leeds’ academy. The couple received more than 100 rejections before landing their first rent-to-serviced accommodation deal. Now they control 13 furnished, rental properties. Combined with some deal selling, their
Child psychologist Lamara Williamson came to a £1 Property Investors Crash Course while on maternity leave. Within a year, after also joining the academy, she had secured five rent-to-rents and was able to cut her working hours to spend more time with her family. Now Lamara, who is expecting her
Supermarket worker turned property entrepreneur smashing it on rent-to-rents after Samuel Leeds training.
The pandemic disrupted the education of thousands of pupils. Ben Criddle’s grades dropped, ruling out university as an option. Instead, he got a job at Iceland supermarket and trained to be a property investor on Samuel Leeds’ academy. The 20-year-old now makes an average profit of around £3,000 a month,
People from all walks of life flock to hear Samuel Leeds talk about the creative strategies that have made him a multi-millionaire – and not all of them are new to the industry. Chris White, who owns a real estate agency in Portugal, has attended several Property Investors’ training events
From being deployed by the military to support the Ukraine crisis to returning to civvy street, Ross Orrock’s life has changed beyond recognition in the past year. Ross gave up a huge pension to become a property entrepreneur, joining Samuel Leeds’ academy to learn the ropes. Now he is making
Father and son, Carl and Kenny Hawksworth, struck a rich vein when they extracted the ‘golden nuggets’ from Samuel Leeds’ academy and then became property entrepreneurs. Over a six-week period the duo notched up a profit of £27,000 from deal sourcing and rent-to-serviced accommodation. Now they are using that money
Businessman Mohammed Raja is a seasoned property professional with his own estate agency and a large rental portfolio. He has also sold hundreds of deals over the years. But last winter he was feeling the crunch. His serviced accommodation was losing £7,000 a month, forcing him to plug the deficit
Elie Henry was so confident he would make it as a property sourcer he quit his job before even selling a deal to an investor. His gamble paid off. A year after joining Samuel Leeds’ academy, Elie is financially independent at the age of only 27. He also rents out
High-fliers Kirsty and James Eaton gave up well paid jobs in Dubai to become full-time property entrepreneurs back home in England – and then promptly went on a spending spree. After joining Samuel Leeds’ academy, the couple bought FOUR properties in a year – partly funded by selling their overseas
Former soldier going great guns in property with £60K turnover in a month as Samuel Leeds' Academy Member.
Full-time deal sourcer Kieran Connolly, who trained on Samuel Leeds’ academy, says he has just had his best month so far, recording a turnover of more than £60,000. For the former soldier it is a huge achievement given that a year ago he had no experience in property. Kieran is
IT consultant quits his job to become a ‘big thinking’ property entrepreneur with Samuel Leeds' Academy
Indian IT consultant Samuel Johnson came to England for his job and ended up becoming a property entrepreneur after joining Samuel Leeds’ academy. His first property was a seven-bed rent-to-rent. Then he went one better and took control of an 11-bed house. Between them the two properties are making him
By its very nature the Property Investors Academy attracts people who are completely new to the industry. However, it is also an important training ground for experienced investors who want to learn new strategies which will help their businesses to grow. Dr Kalpesh Patel is one such investor. He has
Father-of-two Nabindra Gurung is a member of the world-famous Nepalese brigade of Gurkhas serving in the British Army. He is also a Samuel Leeds academy recruit. Alongside his full-time job in the military, the 35-year-old soldier is making £3,500 to £6,000 a month from a rent-to-rent portfolio. He even finds
A combination of deal selling and renting out serviced accommodation is proving to be a winning formula for one couple who joined Samuel Leeds’ academy last year. Giovanna Watts and Anthony Tutu Onwuzurike say they are already making around £7,500 a month from property. They have two rent-to-rents in Milton
Property entrepreneur James Youell specialises in turning large rundown houses in his home town of Barnsley into HMOs and then refinancing and renting them out. His portfolio of five properties is valued at £1.3m and his future looks assured. Just one of his projects alone – the renovation of an
After just five months of being on Samuel Leeds’ academy, identical twins Gavin and Mitch Vaughan are already making £25,000 a month on average from property. The bulk of their income comes from sourcing deals for investors. The rest comes from renting out other people’s properties as serviced accommodation in
Reality TV star Jordan Hames made more than £100,000 on his first property deal after turning to Samuel Leeds for advice. Since then, Jordan, who shot to fame on Love Island, has gone on to expand his portfolio, specialising in converting houses into high end accommodation in Manchester. In an
Social media influencer Daniella Hemsley sparred with Samuel Leeds as they both prepare for high-profile fights in the coming weeks. Samuel is about to take on his long-time rival Rob Moore, while Daniella will be competing against fellow TikTok star Jully Poca in a tournament at the OVO Arena Wembley.
Samuel Leeds' Academy Member Charlie Mandley took six months to get a property deal, but when he finally overcame that hurdle there was no stopping him. Charlie now sells three to five deals a month, making £10,000 to £15,000.
The cost of the pandemic to the country and the effect on the economy made care worker Leo May fear for his financial security. So, he purchased a buy-to-let, using the equity in his flat to acquire a cash-producing asset which would protect him against inflation. Now, after joining Samuel
Property millionaire Billy Kooner says he has tripled his income and doubled the size of his portfolio since joining Samuel Leeds’ academy six months ago. By learning about creative strategies, Billy has also been able to set up his daughter in her own home. He is planning to enrol her
They have been described as a power couple in property by none other than Samuel Leeds. Sadie Holness and Lamina Conteh picked up the keys to their first rental apartment within a month of joining the Property Investors Academy. Less than a year later their monthly profits from a clutch
Less than a year ago Adam Hindley was suffering from anxiety following the break-up of a relationship. Now he is making just over £15,000 a month from property. After three months of repeated rejections, he clinched three rent-to-serviced accommodation deals in one week which set him on his way. He
Mother-of-two Sandra Reid has more than trebled her income from property after joining Samuel Leeds’ academy 10 months ago. By changing her approach to investing, Sandra has learnt how to harness creative strategies to quickly grow her portfolio. From starting out with two buy-to-lets, she now has six properties, including
Property Investors Academy student Adriana Cafasso may only be 23 but she has already made more money in a month than most people earn in a year. In the past few weeks, Adriana has notched up £23,000 from deal sourcing and three rent-to-rent properties – not to mention securing £25,000
Forget Monopoly and owning houses in Mayfair and Park Lane. If you want to be a player in the real property world, you don’t have to buy assets to accumulate wealth. In an average month, Samuel Leeds’ academy trained entrepreneur Jodi Reynolds makes £10,000 to £15,000 from selling deals to
Two years ago, Scott Lyons was cleaning windows. Now he is a property millionaire after joining Samuel Leeds’ academy and pulling off a string of shrewd deals. His portfolio consists of eight properties including a bed and breakfast which he bought for a song. Scott, who was one of the
Property manager Nicholas Ifill, who specialises in rent-to-rents, has been busy expanding his portfolio since competing in The Eviction 2022. He has taken on three serviced accommodation units in addition to the five HMOs he already controlled. He also has two buy-to-lets and sells luxury real estate. In his first
Samuel Leeds ‘The Eviction' contestant is making thousands of pounds from deal selling and rent-to-rents
Just a few months ago, Rithick Sirpal was on a university course which he hated. Now the 21-year-old is the envy of his friends after joining Samuel Leeds’ academy and going into property full-time. Over the last few weeks, Rithick, a contestant in The Eviction 2022, has made £5,000 from
When Izabela Zyskowska first encountered Samuel Leeds, she barely understood English and knew nothing about property. Now, after joining the Property Investors Academy, she has 26 rent-to-rents on the south coast and is turning her attention to buying houses for redevelopment. The mother-of-two was also one of the contestants in
It’s been a whirlwind few months for Adam Brock. He joined the Property Investors Academy in April and by the end of the year had won £20,000 in The Eviction. With his winnings, the 37-year-old, father-of-two from Reading is about to embark on his first buy, refurbish, refinance project.
The rent-to-rent strategy is providing rich pickings for Property Investors Academy members Omar and Julia Pike. The couple got their first deal on a serviced accommodation apartment in June. Now they control four properties making them £2,000 to £3,000 a month, with a fifth one due to go live soon.
Property Investors’ founder Samuel Leeds describes entrepreneur Nana Kwame Bediako, popularly known as Freedom Jacob Caesar, as his ‘billionaire mentor.’ They met up when Samuel interviewed him in Ghana for a special Winners on a Wednesday edition. The two men have much in common. They discuss how they both made
She is Samuel Leeds’ former PA, and he is his best friend from school. Together the couple are a formidable force in business. Elliot Spencer has sold 209 deals since attending a Property Investors Crash Course five years ago. He met Leah Campion at one of Samuel’s events and they