It appears most people are now aware of the need to look after themselves in their twilight years, as pensions, welfare and superfund’s become under increasing pressure in such uncertain times. Consequently investors are taking steps to set themselves up accordingly towards that and many people are turning to the stability of bricks and mortar. However there are still a range of areas that many investors, particularly first time investors, are overlooking. These can all cause problems for the overall investment portfolio and some of these fundamental areas to look out for are
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Published by: on August 14, 2014.
When purchasing an investment property it is essential to weigh all the facts subjectively and ensure that you are purchasing the investment on sound fundamentals. In any market it is important not to let your emotions get carried away in the heat of the moment.
With a vast number of “Baby Boomers” now speeding towards retirement, many are taking a much closer interest in the health and wealth of their superfund’s and are seeking alternative ways to consolidate their nest egg.
An apartment can make a great home or investment but there are some traps to watch out for. There are some obvious things to look out for such as location but Mark focuses in on some of the less obvious and sometimes missed considerations for buying an apartment.
It’s a little utilised area of purchasing but before anybody intends purchasing a property it would be extremely wise for them to check the following: