Revealed: The NUMBER ONE way to make sure your property investment is a winner

Karin Iten, Fsp Invest, 17 Mar. 2014

Tags: property investing, investing in property, buying property, tips for buying property, tips for investing in property



Whether you’re looking to make to invest in buy-to-let, property developing property or are simply eager to make sure the home you buy should appreciate well in value, nothing substitutes thorough research into any area or kind of property you’re thinking of buying. Many people go on instinct and believe what they want to believe is true. But the trust is: The only way to make sure you’re making a sound investment is to conduct painstaking homework. And here’s the easiest way to do it…

Before deciding on a property investment, make sure you do your homework

If you’re looking into buy-to-let investments, for example, don’t dip your toe in the local rental market until you’ve contacted local letting agents and gotten your hands on their property lists.

This will give you an idea of how much stock’s available of any particular type of property and of rent levels.

Agents’ lists won’t, however, show you how long the properties are taking to let, or why there might be very few examples of certain types.

For that, you need to dig deeper. Perhaps it’s because there’s a scarcity and they let before even getting on to the lists. But, it could also be that there’s absolutely no demand, so the agents don’t bother to take them on.

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For more detailed knowledge on the best property investment, talk to letting agents!

Introduce yourself to them as an investor about to buy and ask them what type of properties they could most easily let, advises Francois Joubert, author of Become a Master Property Investor in 90 Days.

Get them to show you their ideal letting prospect, or as near to it as they currently have vacant.

Notice not just the accommodation but the kitchen and bathroom(s), as well as the decor, furnishings and presentation. Go round local new developments too, especially those hosted by national firms.

They’ll have plenty of previous experience and sales evidence to guide them in their show property decisions. Learn from their expertise as to what’s considered desirable in that local market

Use these tips for buying property and you’re sure to make a mint from your next property investment.


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