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A Manchester businessman is throwing a lifeline to young people who want to master their own destiny.

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Description automatically generatedIbby Aslam, a self-made millionaire who has interests in four Manjaros restaurants in Manchester, Blackburn, Huddersfield and Newcastle and manages a thriving property portfolio, has set up a mentoring and training service specifically designed to help younger people and newcomers to the property market future proof their own employment.

The self-styled ‘Property Coach’ has launched a mentoring and training scheme designed to help 18 -30-year-olds become property owners and benefit from passive monthly income and security against job loss in an economic climate that has hit them particularly hard.

Ibby explains: “People under the age of 35 have been particularly hard hit by job loss and rising unemployment during the Covid pandemic. In fact, 80% of all jobs lost have been to those under the age of 35.

“When people think about a career they generally think about where they would like to work. I say instead of looking for an employer, why not create that job yourself in the thriving property market.

“As ‘The Property Coach’ I show them how it’s possible to not only create assets but earn passive monthly income from rental while exercising some control over their destiny.

“Research shows that there are fewer opportunities than in recent years as employers freeze their recruitment programmes and work experience placements dry up.

“This has been the worst public health emergency and economic downturn in living memory and it’s because of this that I want to help newcomers to the property market develop their skills and potential to create financial security,” Ibby added.