http://portfolioaudit.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/logo.png00Nina Williamshttp://portfolioaudit.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/logo.pngNina Williams2017-10-12 07:42:462017-10-12 17:29:014 Steps towards building a strong Real Estate Portfolio
Investing in real estate and keeping a healthy portfolio mix entails knowing the extent of risk you can manage. Your age and status in life play a big role in determining this. You can select investments with high risk, high growth potential while in your prime, but as you approach the golden years, waiting for an investment to grow over the long term won’t be practicable. More conservative, low-return real estate investment may be a better option in this case.
Equally important in determining the right and a healthy mix of real estate portfolio is your intention. Are you going to divest early on or at a much later date?
The options are varied for each investor. While the experienced and seasoned ones advise having a diversified portfolio – a mix of commercial, residential, and mixed-use properties, the final decision rests on your preferences and capabilities.
In many types of investments, timing is critical. Holding on to a real property in the medium-term (about three years minimum) is advised although according to stats very good ROI are expected within five to seven years. It is vital too that you know when to invest and divest.
Purchasing property in commercial real estate areas is one way of diversifying. Buying retail and office spaces are two good items to bring into your portfolio. Rental incomes per year are higher (an average of 10% of the value of the commercial property) compared with those from leased residential properties.
Another interesting investment that routinely produces great returns is investing in pre-sale residential development projects.
“While any residential investment in southern British Columbia is wise, for the ones that understand the presale market, investing in residential developments can be quite fruitful for them.”
Mixed use properties
Investing in mixed-use properties offer a lot of opportunity for the investor. This concept has become popular among property developers as many homebuyers will want to live in places where almost everything is within reach – offices, malls, transport hubs, and other amenities.
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Real Estate business is considered one of the difficult ones throughout the world.
This is in a way true as to make your business flourish in this sector, you need to give in all of yourself and time. And the planning required for the purpose is time taking and its implication is done over a long period. But there are some general tips that have always been suggested by leading professionals who have formed the basis of this field. Once you employ these tips and put them to practice, Real Estate Sector becomes simplified for you by many folds.
Choose the right office for yourself. It should be located in a commercial place so that it is accessible for people. It should have the right technology that lies in the office necessities these days and it must have a fine marketing department because that is what is going to make the backbone of your business.
Keep yourself educated and informed. Many people out there who start a Real Estate business do not have major degrees in the subject yet they are very successful, that is because they have had short courses and field experience of this business in particular.
Make contacts with influential people. This is something which is important in Real Estate. If you have good contacts, it is very likely to get your hands on some great deals. This contacts may include leading business personalities or political acquaintances.
Try to keep fewer business partners. If you need someone to share your business with, choose only a very few people for the purpose. Once you start adding in partners or friends, the business begins to decline. This is something people don’t normally understand until they experience it but it is better to learn before falling down the abyss of failure.
Never consider yourself a master of the field. This type of humility will keep you going. Always try to be among the ones who are ready to learn more and more from experience of their seniors and that of their own.
It is true that Real Estate Sector may give you a tough time when you step in. But once you handle things as told and fix your feet in its sand, you have a smooth road to walk on!
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