Posts Tagged“investment”

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So, you have finally decided to go on an extended holiday after dreaming about it for years. In order to fund this trip of a lifetime, you have decided to rent out your house while you are gone. While you have left most of your furniture in place, you have plenty of other belongings that you don’t want your tenants to touch or potentially steal. After a brief search, you found some self storage Perth solutions that charge a satisfactory price and offered the amenities that you were looking for. While you have committed to a locker, you are still…

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Many young people may be unaware of the benefits that investing in property can have in the future. Buying house and land packages in Perth WA can enable many young people to get a foot on the property ladder. These packages offer reasonably-priced properties which can prove to be a shrewd investment further down the line. This is a guide to why investing in property is a good idea. A Potential Home For Life It is always important to plan ahead for the future. Whilst many young people may not think about a ‘home for life’, buying house and land…

The Middle East may not always have been high on property investors’ radar, but there are several reasons why it should be today. Firstly, the region as a whole has a steady rate of population growth (unlike Europe, whose population is teetering on the brink of decline), and an increasing overall demand for homes. Secondly, that population is on the move, with rural residents migrating to cities, increasing the demand for urban real estate. Thirdly, those migration patterns are driving economic strength and increasing the availability of urban labour – together with improvements in education that are expanding the skill…

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  Investing in property is an excellent way to make your money work for you but it can be somewhat daunting being new to the market without prior real estate experience. With large sums of money at stake, anxiety about investments can add stress and strain. Thankfully there are straightforward strategies and tips that can decrease the risks and put the odds of making a tidy profit more in your favour. Research and Due Diligence Before spending money purchasing property, buy yourself an education in real estate investment. Google the top selling investment books and borrow them from the library…

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Buy-to-let property investment has been big news for some time now, with private landlords now owning almost one out of five homes in Britain. Many investors have seen extraordinary returns on their investments and the property market in the UK keeps on going from strength to strength, making it a tantalising prospect for those on the outside looking in. There are, however, a number of things that investors new to the property game should bear in mind prior to jumping in feet first. Here we aim to give you some sound advice that should stand you in good stead if…

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There are all kinds of property investment opportunities out there. For some investing in student accommodation is a good move, for others commercial property is the way to go. Today, we are going to looking at investing in property located in tourist destinations. The best of both worlds Investing in property in tourist areas in Europe can be a great move. You can get several bites of the cherry by doing so. Your property can be leased to families in the same way any other property can be, but you also have the chance to rent your property, or part…

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Recently, a friends of yours has been extolling virtues of owning property in a hotel complex. Luxurious weekends and holidays, easy income from total strangers … all that jazz. It all sounds too good to be true, as you have been burned by so-called easy money schemes before. However, after a bit of research and a couple of hours of sober second thought, it sounds like it might be a great concept after all. Is investing in a condo with a hotel program a good idea? In this post, we go over some pros and cons that you weigh out…

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With the bad memories of the crash in 2008 fading and optimism returning to the streets of America, those that have been diligently saving since then are starting to get interested in real estate again. If you find yourself in this situation, and want to do something better with your cash then have it sit around collecting 0.25% interest in a savings account, then you might want to get back into the USA property market. If this sounds exciting to you, here are three different ways you can get funding to buy investment properties in the USA… 1) Get it…