Real estate investment takes dedication, research, and planning. If you are interested in investing in real estate, here are 5 tips to guide you👇🏽
Know the cost involved: Properties cost quite a bit to purchase outright, but if you have the funds or are willing to take out a loan, it can be worth it. However, it’s not as simple as purchasing a property and watching it make money. Everything has a cost, so be sure to factor everything in. Know what you are getting into before jumping in.
Select the property type: If keeping residential property isn’t something you’re interested in, you can opt for the commercial option. Or you can avoid renters and purchase property to flip for a quicker return. Before selecting a property, decide what your plans are for it and what goals you have in mind.
Location: When it comes to real estate investment, location is a key factor. You don’t want to buy in an area just because the price is right. Perform your due diligence: Check the market value, the neighborhood, and what the location offers. The type of rental you’re interested in can help determine where to look.
Buy property with growth in mind: When you invest in real estate, you may eventually want to sell it. Whether you intend to flip it immediately or hold on to it for a while, you’ll want to profit. The goal is to sell your property for more than you paid for it. Build your property value by making simple upgrades or additions.
Keep important numbers on hand:
Keep important numbers on hand. Real estate investment takes a village. While you may have the power, you are limited in what you can do to the property yourself. Have a go-to list of people who you will need to assist you with your investment. Property managers, an attorney, CPAs, real estate agents, and moneylenders are all important resources.
For a FREE consultation, Inquiries/Inspection, WhatsApp: ☎️+234(0)802-292-9290 ——————————————
It all started in 2019. Back then, I was living Ajah when it had not developed as much as it has today.
It was still a dry place with a lot less buildings.
So on several occasions, I would see people coming over to check out properties, lands, etc.
And that piqued my interest.
However, I was concerned because there were a lot more people who were getting duped and ripped off their hard earned money by some landowners (Omo onile).