Property investment can be quite intimidating, especially for first-time investors. With some research, we have composed and answered the top 10 questions asked we receive from our subscribers. We hope you find it helpful.
Picture this. You’re about to purchase another investment property and want your money to go further, so finding a better rate on your current home loan is just what you need. Plus, it just so happens that you’ve heard about a better deal with another lender, so what now? Do you go or stay? It’s no secret that without a mortgage most homeowners would be financially free, so it makes sense to want to pay off your home loan as soon as possible.
Getting the most appropriate finance option to suit your property investing strategy and goals, is a crucial piece of the investing jigsaw. Finance for homes and investment properties is a hugely competitive industry, with many lenders and types of loans available to you.
Whether you are just starting out in property investment, or are a seasoned expert, the language and terminology used can be confusing. Here we break down some of the most regularly used terms to help you on your search.
With so many different types of property investment loans and lenders available it is difficult to know where to begin and how much to borrow. This infographic lists some pros and cons that you can consider when it comes to deciding between a variable and a fixed rate loan to help weigh up which is the better option for you.
The purpose of this article is to identify the various types of residential properties availa ble for investors to invest in and how they each could be beneficial. Residential property is the most popular type of real estate investment. Among them, freestanding houses are the most desired by investors due to their high rental income and capital growth. But they aren't the only option!
The purpose of this article is to help investors understand the options available when planning to exit an investment property. You may think selling your investment property is the smartest exit strategy, however, there are many other options to consider first. Some strategies might be better suited to your needs than others.