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Property Investing Tips for Beginners

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Category: Uncategorized
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Property InvestmentInvesting in property would be easier than investing in bonds or stocks. Property investment only involves two main parties namely the owners and the buyers or the owners and the tenants. As a new property investor you should not hesitate in running this business. A lot of the extra money you’ll get as long you know how to do it well.

Residential property investment
Residential property can be a house, flat, or apartment. Investing in a residential property would be suitable for you as a beginner because it is the least expensive investment. You can buy a house, flat, or apartment, then rent it out or resell it. Do a little price game to make profit, but be sure the price you offer is still in the reasonable zone.

Commercial office buildings
You need more funds to invest in this kind of property. This is because an office usually must have a lot of support facilities. This type of property is usually found in the bustling downtown area. However, it does not mean you cannot invest in commercial office properties.

One more property investment tips for beginners; transform a house into an office. As long as it is located in a strategic place, there must be a tenant. This kind of home office is usually needed by small companies or developing SMEs.

Industrial sector
Investing in this field requires a huge capital. No need to rush, start investing from renting out the parking lot, or for warehouses and other buildings. Selling is not the right way to make profit. Renting out a building in a long term will be more profitable.

Retail property 
It can be a small shop, shop, or a large mall. If you have any of these forms of property, you’d better rent it out. The profit from this investment can be used for another property investment.

Multi-purpose buildings
Multi-purpose building is a building which has more than one production activities. The production may be a combination of several categories previously mentioned. Suppose the capital you have is not sufficient for this type of investment, you can benefit from the facilities offered by the bank.

Borrowing money from the bank for your capital is not a wrong step. You can then offer the bank to open their bank center in your multi-purpose building. This  can help offset the cost that you need to pay.

Rent one of the space for the bank, and the other parts for other tenants, such as boarding houses for bank officers. The thing you should remember in property investment for beginners is to make sure you can rotate your money properly, which gives you profit.

Image credit: primepropertiesamerica.com 

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