29 Jan Pensioner Accommodation for an Ageing Population

Pensioner Accommodation for an Ageing Population With our ageing population, the demand for retirement accommodation, aged living facilities, aged living communities, retirement villages and nursing homes is increasing rapidly. A great percentage of these types of facilities are designed for the rental market rather than the owner...

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22 Jan Industry Specific Purchasing

Industry Specific Purchasing When searching for high yielding properties, many investors end up looking at investments that are industry specific, or properties that have a limited use. Examples of this are pensioner accommodation, student accommodation and holiday rentals. This type of property, while producing a relatively good...

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15 Jan Flipping

Flipping  Flipping is the common terminology for buying something at a bargain price and on-selling it at true market value. In effect, this strategy relies on being able to buy something sufficiently under current market value to be able to on-sell it, after paying the purchase and...

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08 Jan The Scatter Technique

The Scatter Technique The scatter technique is where you waltz into an area, visit every agent in town, work out the median price of your target houses on the market and then submit offers on numerous properties at 70 - 80 cents in the dollar of...

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01 Jan The Disadvantages of a Lease Option Strategy

The Disadvantages of a Lease Option Strategy Sometimes you are going to have to go to court when your selected tenant does not Sometimes you may have to go through the eviction Sometimes you have to deal with Basically, there are only three possible outcomes;  They...

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