When it comes to investing in property it makes sense to start with properties at home so that you can have a hands on approach and ensure the success of your investment. However, in various parts of the world, the purchase price of property is fractional compared to in places in the US. Plus, there are often less regulations and friendlier taxes.
When it comes to investing in your perfect investment property there are occasions when the banks aren’t as eager to give you money as you might want them to be. Enter the hard money loan. Learn what a hard money loan is and the benefits and risks for a property investor.
An REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) is a portfolio of real estate set up and owned and run by a company. It allows individuals to buy shares in commercial real estate portfolios and receive income paid out as dividends. However, this isn’t an ordinary company share. Find out more...
Real Estate investing comes with a high monetary barrier which is one of the primary reasons most people don’t invest in property. How do you remove that barrier and join the thousands of people leveraging real estate to gain financial freedom? We dig deep and explore one such option...
11th June 2019 the New York State Senate and Assembly have announced they’ve agreed on legislation to not only extend the current rent laws and protection but to codify them permanently... what does this mean for landlords?
Running a rental property is a great way to generate a steady stream of income, and it comes with the benefits of owning a tangible asset that - barring an unforeseeable disaster will retain or increase its value over time.
Amongst the very first things you need to do when you invest in a rental property as an independent landlord is to work out how much you should be charging for rent. Charging a competitive price that isn’t too cheap is a fine balancing act.