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14 March 1973|
|Alma mater||Griffith University, Brisbane|
|Occupation||Author, professional speaker, entrepreneur, educator|
|Children||Ahmani, Bastien and Bayzen|
Brett Martin Alegre-Wood (born 14 March 1973 in Melbourne, Australia) is an author, entrepreneur and property educator. He is the founder of YPC Group and author of The 3+1 Plan, winner of the 2010 People's Book Prize.
Alegre-Wood was born in Melbourne but moved to Brisbane at the age of five when his father, an artillery non-commissioned officer in the Australian Army, was posted to a base there. He first developed an interest in property when his father left the military and began buying, renovating and selling flats and houses with ex-Army colleagues. After serving four years in the Australian Army, three of which were spent studying International Business at Griffith University, Alegre-Wood worked in management consultancy before moving into property, first as an estate agent and then as a mortgage broker. In 2000 he began writing a Property Tips & Tricks newsletter.
In 2002 Alegre-Wood moved to the UK and formed YPC Group, a property investment company providing free education for newcomers to the UK property investment market. The Group research, analyse and interpret long-term property market trends and present the information in free articles, blogs, videos, articles and reports.
Alegre-Wood's first book The 3+1 Plan was published by Delancey Press in 2009.
Honours and Prizes
Alegre-Wood regularly features in the UK and online media, talking about property-related issues. He has appeared on GMTV  and featured in newspapers including The Times, The Sun, The Daily Star, and The Daily Record.
The British Enterprise Bank
In October, 2010, Alegre-Wood was reported to be involved in the creation of a new bank, The British Enterprise Bank, a new venture aimed at lending money to small, UK companies.
- Live With Passion, Autobiography by Brett Alegre-Wood (unpublished).
- Youtube: Brett Alegre-Wood on GMTV
- The Times: Review of The 3+1 Plan
- The Sun: Property Poll Reveals Worst Neighbours
- Reuters: British Enterprise Bank Eyes £100 Million Funds