Posts Tagged ‘investment property’

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Why Good Information Is the Heart and Soul of Property Investing

Everybody knows that the property market can be difficult to predict. Not everybody knows that good property investing is all about good quality information. The fact is that property investment is really a business operation. Like a business, how and where you source your information is the key to success. In the property market the difference between good information and bad information is a major quality control for your investments.

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4 Things to do with $200,000

After stringent saving and planning, the sale of a business venture, or perhaps a lucky inheritance, you may find yourself with a significant amount of money to do what you please with. This article will consider 4 of the options in front of you if you wake up tomorrow with $200,000 ready to spend, invest, or hide under your mattress.

1. Invest in Property

Whilst this is not the most exciting of options it is potentially the wisest by far. With a $200,000 pot of money it would be possible to gain access to a loan between $450,000 and $500,000 with ease. With this amount of money and some sensible research you would potentially be able to buy two investment properties and still have a proportion of your fund to place into a savings account should you need help with the mortgage repayments later on.

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The New, Simple Conveyancing Approach

The big new buzz in the property market is “the service component”. This major new move is based on technology and market demand for speed and efficiency.

The service component motif is particularly noticeable in conveyancing, formerly a very bureaucratic and in some cases horrifically slow process.

In the past, people didn’t know much about conveyancing or how important it was to the property market. Most people only encountered conveyancing services when buying a home. Now, things are very different, with a lot of professional private property investors in the market.

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Tricks of the Trade- Buying Investment Property in a Falling Market

Buying investment property can be tricky enough in good times. Buying during a downturn can be a mixed blessing, too, but there are positive elements in this type of market that need to be understood. Readers should note that this is very much a real “due diligence” exercise, and you must have your facts straight about any intended purchase in this type of market. Don’t guess about anything, get your numbers right.

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