Property investors say it’s always a good time to invest in property. Property values rise and fall and buying conditions change. However property investors continue to do well in any market when they focus on the core investing fundamentals. Property investor mentors from PropertyTutors say their investor clients are risk averse and only invest in properties with strong numbers (yield & equity).
Property investors can and will walk away from a property that doesn’t meet their investing requirements. Regardless of what’s thrown at them including LVR restrictions if the numbers work investors will continue to invest in property.
First home buyers and owner occupiers are more vulnerable to fluctuations in property market. They are less informed, mostly ignore the numbers and more likely to buy on emotion. As a result many home buyers will pay more for a property and borrow as much as they can on current loan interest rates. When interest rates rise and property values drop it is these overstretched home owners that are most at risk. Therefore knowing the basics of property investing can be useful for all home buyers.
PropertyTutors are sharing their 101 property investing basics tips next week in Auckland 20 September and Wellington 21 September. Invest in Property Like a Pro is for anyone interested in understanding how to work out if a property is right for them. In a couple of hours they’ll cover the basics of property investing. While it’s probably not all you need to get started as a property investor. It will answer a lot of your questions including why investing in property is so popular and what is a good investment.
This blog article was written for PropertyBlogs by Mobilize Mail.