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Investing in Real Estate

Investing in Real Estate

Real estate investment is a delicate area: many people try to venture out without adequate preparation or to underestimate the issue, thus exposing themselves to enormous risks. Such as losing a large part of the invested capital.

Also for this reason, the Forbes.com website has compiled a list of the most probable reasons why an investment property may not make what we hoped for: we have selected the four most interesting. In the first place there is a lack of pre-established objectives: to define an objective, time is needed, and this must be as clear and specific as possible. What kind of property do I look for? In which neighborhood? What are the price ranges and conditions I am looking for? It must then be a measurable objective: how much do I want to earn as a percentage from here to a year? And from here to five years? It must be clear, finally, what the purpose of the whole operation is: to retire, pay the university to the children or get a real new salary?

The second reason is the short time available: investing in real estate is a real business, and as such it takes time to be developed. Time that can also be used to acquire adequate managerial skills, an aspect that occupies the third position on the Forbes list. It must always be kept in mind that the purchase of a property is only the beginning of the race, not the end. To manage everything that comes after you have to become a good manager, without improvisation. Fourth point: inability to observe the general context. If you buy a property, try to do it in an area where the population is growing, as it is assumed that the demand for houses will also be. It is just one example, but it helps to understand how important the analysis of the big picture is in the world of real estate investments.

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