Start from research, you need to get a general understanding. There are different types of commercial properties: buy-to-let apartments, student accomodations, high street retail, offices, supermarkets, retirement homes, shopping centres and motels.Look at this article https://tranio.com/traniopedia/tips/property_investment_strategies/ it will…[Read more]
Start from research, you need to get a general understanding. There are different types of commercial properties: buy-to-let apartments, student accomodations, high street retail, offices, supermarkets, retirement homes, shopping centres and motels.Look at this article it will help you to realise your options in terms of your budget and…[Read more]
FredWisley replied to the topic I have a small apartment and want to invest in a bigger property. Any advice? in the forum Help Needed! 5 years, 3 months ago
Have you heard about “Home Equity Release”? Iy is a loan that is backed by property you already own. It can provide the required funds to make a profitable investment (or just to buy a bigger house), but also if you need emergency capital for an unexpected situation.
Why don’t you consider the idea of investing in real estate abroad? Interest rates in European countries are all time low now. Look at the table in this article with average fixed mortgage rate in some European countries: Switzerland 1.75, Finland 1.83, Germany 1.90, Luxembourg 2.00. It looks promising to start profitable rental business there
7,2% yield seems suspiciously high to me. It must be some risks. Have you assessed its liquidity? May be it will be extremely difficult to find a buyer for this office in the future or you will have to bring down the price
Sounds like you are a very ambitious and goal-oriented person! To my thinking in terms of your budget you can consider a few options:
1) short-term rentals (yields 5-7%)
2) long-term rentals (yields 2-3% but less problems with management)
To my thinking your savings cannot buy a reliable commercial property yet. But residential property has…[Read more]
New York, Miami and Los Angeles are the most popular American cities with foreign investors. Remember that the prices quoted from Zillow and Trulia, two of America’s largest real estate directories, provide insight into the property market situation but should not be taken at face value. Only an experienced local real estate agent will be able t…[Read more]
FredWisley replied to the topic Thinking of getting involved in commercial property in the forum Commercial Property 5 years, 4 months ago
Commercial property is apparently a good investment. Are you interested in a let-to-buy property or redevelopment projects? Also your budget is very important to determine which type of property you’d better to choose. If your savings are under 1M look at buy-to-let residential properties, flats for students or apartments near hospitals or…[Read more]
People said in usa lawsuits are very common. Would a foreign owner of a house deter the tenant from bringing on lawsuit since the owner is maybe from australia or new zealand since they have to bring their case to the another country?