If you're grappling with questions like “what's the hottest spot to invest in property?” or “where do I start looking for investment properties?” it all comes down to one thing: LOCATION. Read on to discover why choosing a property in the right location is crucial to make gains on your rental property investment.
Buying a property in the right location is vital for you to make significa... ››› more
When you buy property, you'll have two choices: to work through an estate agent or do a private sale. But the truth is, if you choose an estate agent they're very often privy to great deals that aren't posted on websites or in the paper and this is a huge factor in your success. But there are more benefits to working with an estate agent.
While some property investors choose to not work with an... ››› more
Many people have a false belief that they can't invest in property because it's too expensive. But “you don't need to be rich to start investing in property. In fact, most people can afford to invest in a second property even if they owe money on their current home loan,” says Francois Joubert in Become a Master Property Investor in 90 Days. Read on to discover what strategy to follow so you c... ››› more
Did you know that property is one of only three time-tested ways to make money? The other two options are starting your own business as an entrepreneur and investing in shares, bonds and derivatives. So why property? It's an investment that's relatively low risk compared to shares and derivatives. And it's far less work than starting and running your own small business. Read on to discover two pro... ››› more
Property shares offer you some extremely exciting investing opportunities.
But with over 40 listed property shares listed on the JSE, it‘s difficult to choose the right companies to invest in.
Trying to pick the winning horse in the property sector is not only demanding, but can also be costly. And brokerage fees can put you out of the game faster than you can turn a profit, when you're ... ››› more
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