February 15, 2019 Last updated February 24th, 2019 1,121 Reads share

Win a Lucrative Investment Property Deal by Following 9 Simple Steps

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Buying a profitable investment property is the best way to secure savings and generate benefit from it. We often meet a situation in which we are just a step back to our favorite property just because of the alight budget difference.

For example, if a person has $32000 and the property he loves has required $3000 more, then you must not afraid to take the risk. Believe me, a lucrative investment property returns it back to you in a short time period. How? Let’s discuss 9 simple yet efficient steps to win a great investment deal.

1. Talk to Local Real Estate Investors

To evaluate the property worth, you must discuss it with local real estate investors. They can share realistic information about the property, rental value, an annual increase in the price.

It’s recommended to talk with local residents too so can decide whether or not it meets your requirements.

2.Figure Out the Amount of Loan You Need

Once you decide the area and property of your choice, now the time is to contact lander and discuss borrow you require and interest value. Here, you need to inform him or her about your borrowing position and how early you can return it.

Don’t forget to discuss the loan payment as it causes problems when you find out higher monthly payments later.

3.Visualize the Best Renter

You must know to whom you want to rent out your property. Who is a suitable individual for it? If your investment property is in a residential area, you must consider a family while a student or an entrepreneur is the best option when the property is located in a commercial area.


4.Fix Minor Issues and Repairs

Minor issues in a house can make the renter excuse to pay less. Don’t let it happen and make the house more welcoming by fixing the minor problems such as paint, broken taps, and tiles.

These issues don’t require immense money to be fixed, but the cast a positive impact on renters and the overall net worth.

5.Estimate Rental Earning

Now, it’s time to decide the rental cost of the property and the best way to determine is to consult with a real estate agent. Moreover, you can compare property with other areas and set a price after evaluating the condition, location, amenities, and expected value.

6. Carefully Consider Your Expenses

You must set a formula that helps you to successfully spend on expenses and return the loan. In the initial months, never spend money on your personal expenses rather utilize amount in the property expenses such as Water and gas bills clearance.

7. Don’t Ignore Appreciation of Property

Forced and market appreciation is two types of property appreciation. If a person improves the home’s condition and fixes all repairs, then it’s called forced appreciation while the latter indicated the increased price of the area over time.  

Experts recommend that you shouldn’t consider the forced appreciation if you are a new investor as it can trigger problems for you and prevent renters away from the property.

8. Decide Cash-On-Cash Return Rate

Cash-on-cash is another important factor you should determine before renting out the property. If you have brought a property in $100,000 and earning $12,000 annually, then the cash-on-cash return rate is 12%.

Getting return over 12% is amazing and only good property gets this rate. However, don’t neglect the property condition and other important factors when deciding a cash-on-cash return rate.

9.Calculate Capitalization Rate

Cap value is the amount you decide to get all investment money back. If you buy property in $100,000 and get 10% annual return, then the cap value is 10 percent and it would take 10 years to recoup your investment.

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