Properties which have a positive cash flow are a great benefit to investors as they can assist in creating an extra source of income (pre-tax). These properties cover the costs of holding and maintenance, and allow the extra rent paid to become additional income for you to enjoy.
The positive cash flow property investment strategy involves purchasing property that will create surplus cashflow pre-tax. This blog is aimed at property investors of all levels of experience, and covers: Some goals you can aim to achieve if you are looking to find and purchase positive cashflow property. A process to follow to help you find, analyse and research positive cashflow opportunities How-to videos which demonstrate how we can help you find high yielding property.
The positive cash flow property investment strategy involves seeking out properties where monthly income exceeds holding costs. This will generate surplus cash flow for you pre-tax.
Do you want to invest in a rental property that will give you premium yields? The location of your rental property can help determine how much return you are likely to make and ultimately how successful the property is as an investment which generates positive cash flow for you. Yes, those four little numbers mean much more than helping the postman, they make a huge impact on your investment, so pay attention! For a rental property to give you the best possible return you can consider starting your search by targeting a location which produces high gross rental yields.
Granny flats have become more popular with investors in recent years as a way of increasing their capital gain and rental income. These dwellings are self-contained on the same block of land and are secondary to the main property. A granny flat has its own entrance, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, laundry and so on. Building a secondary allows you to receive dual rental return off your property for a smaller investment and can be very beneficial if done correctly.
This article is aimed at prospective and first-time property investors.
So, you've found the perfect project - a property below fair market value, it is poorly presented, well below the suburb median price and you believe it has great potential as an investment property you can renovate for profit. Before you start on your renovation however, here is a checklist of 10 renovation mistakes to avoid.
Property investors looking to have long-term tenants and receive good rental returns from their investment property need to ensure the property is desirable to tenants in the area. You can dramatically increase the property's desirability and increase the rental intake by spending some time and money on the presentation and maintenance of your property. This should provide a good return on investment in the long term.
When it comes to credit scores and files, there's a wealth of misinformation around what will and won't leave you with a black mark next to your name. Here's a guide to help you separate fact from fiction and ensure you will keep the banks saying 'yes'!