Feeling hot, hot, hot!
The way British summers have been lately it’s getting more and more like Australia, where a personal swimming pool is as common as owning an umbrella used to be over here. Well, almost. But if you’re lucky enough to have a bit of spare cash yet can’t decide whether to have a pool, Jacuzzi or both outside your house – or even maybe sell up and move to a house where the pool and Jacuzzi already is – well why not invest in property. And there are two types of property to choose from: House and Home. House is an investment and Home is where you live. Some think they’re the same, but there is very different criteria when you are looking for a property as an investment.
There are two things to look for in a property as an investment – capital growth, which is the property value going up; or an income stream from letting or renting, which is the profit you have left from your rent once you have paid various bills. But how do you get on to a winner? As we all know, the property market has gone up and down over the years more than a fiddler’s elbow. So it’s just a case of buying at the right time – unless you have a crystal ball, much easier said than done! We can advise, and deliver an article, on the key to buying property at the right time and how it is not just about location, location, location, but also research, research, research. Come on one of our courses to find out more. We run courses to help people in these research methods. The other way to make profit from property is by renting, but often to make this work you need to buy several properties — again, easier said than done for most of us. However, we – and our course – can tell you how to achieve this.
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