The 3+1 Plan

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The 3+1 Plan
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First edition cover
Author Brett Alegre-Wood
Original title The 3+1 Plan: The Insider's Way To Achieve Financial Freedom With Just 4 Properties
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Non-Fiction
Published 2009 (Delancey Press)
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 312 (first edition, paperback)
ISBN 978-0-9559669-0-3 (first edition, paperback)

The 3+1 Plan, first published by Delancey Press in 2009, is a book by author and property educator Brett Alegre-Wood. The book is a guide to building a property portfolio so that it offers an alternative to a traditional pension plan.

Summary of Contents[edit]

Alegre-Wood, founder of the property investment and education company YPC Group, presents the thesis that investors can set up an income stream that will eventually fund their retirement by owning four properties: one they live in, and three others they rent out (hence the book's title). Alegre-Wood explains key property investment principles, including:

Awards[edit]

The book won the inaugural People's Book Prize for non-fiction in 2010.[1]

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