How to Ensure Your Property Success From the Start Just by Asking 12 Simple Questions.
I’m often surprised at how many people will happily spend thousands, or even hundreds of thousands, of pounds on a property or properties without having first thought about the most basic aspects of being a property investor, or even whether property is right for them.
Even a “cheap property” will cost you a lot of money and so you can’t afford to make mistakes, especially when you are starting out.
If you’re thinking of taking the plunge in property investing you need to give yourself the best possible chance of getting it right from the start. Once you sign your first purchase contract you’re committed and there’s no going back. If you then discover that property investing really isn’t for you, extricating yourself can be a messy and costly business.
On the other hand, if you start off properly prepared and aware of what being a property investor will involve for you, personally, then you’ll have every chance of making a success of it and finding it a positive and worthwhile experience.
In this short eBook I’ll show you the things you need to think about before you start in property so you can give yourself the best possible chance of success.
Some might seem obvious but many are much less so.
For example, few investors think through how they are going to make the most of their financial resources and make their money stretch further.
Many new investors never consider what their exit strategy is until they’ve purchased a property, by which time it’s far too late.
Others don’t think about how much time being an investor will take, or how much time they can devote to property. This will affect their investment decisions, and will have implications about how and where they should be looking for properties.
Few think ahead to how active and hands-on they want to be in their business. Very few take proper accountancy advice about the best way to structure their property ownership, and then have to spend time and money unravelling it and starting over correctly when it doesn’t work out.
I could go on and on but I think you get the picture that there’s more to starting in property than just wandering into the local estate agents and asking for a
Proper preparation and planning in advance is essential and can make all the difference between being a success investor or a mediocre investor.
So, in this short ebook let me help you get started on the right track by showing you the 12 questions you should ask and answer before you start.
Already bought investment property? Don’t worry, going through these questions will still be an extremely valuable exercise – if you need to make corrections, now is the time to do it.
If you’re serious about property investing you can download these valuable tips and pointers right now.
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Here’s to successful property investing.
Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS
Chartered Surveyor, author and investor.
PS In Twelve Questions to Ask Before You Start in Property I’m going to show the things you must think about before you start to give yourself the best chance of success and to minimise the chances of making a costly mistake.