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There are even ways to make money in real estate with little to no money down on your investment. Here are five incredible tips to take away from successful real estate investor Ori Tal.
Buying a property and letting it out to tenants is one of the smartest and most effective ways of improving your financial situation.
On the one hand, it will provide with a regular income if the rental figure is higher than the mortgage repayments and any other associated outgoings. However, the real benefit is that you own a property which increases in value over the years while not having to pay the mortgage for it.
Modest Money recently received a press release about a UK start-up, purporting to be the world’s first combined property investment and crowdfunding company, gaining over 2M from small investors in just over a year. We spoke to the company’s founder Frazer Fearnhead to find out more. Check out the full interview below.
If you are thinking of taking your first steps towards buying a property to let out then you might have quite a few questions you need answers to. This is a terrific type of investment which could turn out to give you a huge amount of financial freedom in the future but you will want to know everything about it before going ahead.
It’s rare that I go a week without someone asking me to explain to them what they really need to know to get started flipping houses. If I had to pick one thing though, I would be forced to say the biggest contributor to my success in real estate investing has been networking.
If you’ve recently filed for bankruptcy, you’re probably thinking you won’t be able to apply for a mortgage for years to come. However, this isn’t always the case. If you’re thinking about moving into a new home and getting a new mortgage, here are some tips to keep in mind before applying.
I was reading a press release yesterday from property crowdfunding company The House Crowd and it mentioned that they had recently hit the £2 million investment mark. With that in mind I thought it might be worth taking a few moments here to explain – to those who don’t already know – just what crowdfunding is and also what the potential benefits of crowdfunding are for the small investor, specifically in the property sector. To keep things balanced we’ll also mention the potential downsides too so that you can make an informed decision.
In past few years, the real estate companies and IT firms are seen shifting their bases in the Tier II and Tier III cities owing to cheaper property prices and work force. Evidently, a number of factors have driven the growth of realty segment in these cities, which are walk-to-work concept, easy lifestyle,