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Active Or Passive Property Investment?

Active Or Passive Property Investment?

Active Or Passive Property Investment Methods

– Which Works Best For You?

There are many different approaches to property investment and a multitude of different methods and strategies that can be employed to generate profits from property, but which style of property investment methodology works best for you?

There isn’t enough room on this post to go into a great deal of detail about each and every different property investment method and strategy in use today, so we will just stick to a more broad descriptive about the advantages and disadvantages of active and passive property investment methods and we will focus on only the main points.

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Benefits of Property Investment Portfolio Building

Benefits of Property Investment Portfolio Building

Property Investment portfolio building in the present financial climate is no easy task for the traditional property buyer, mortgage companies and lending institutions have stringent criteria to ensure their financial borrowing is covered.

None the less we are where we are and we have to make the best out of what is available and that isn’t always going down the mortgage route to buy if your aim is portfolio building. It can still be done using normal mortgage procedures but these days it’s better done by a third party portfolio builder as lenders want to see landlords with jobs as well as property.

For hands off property investment portfolio building there have never been better times but for those new to property or trying to build wealth from simple means then other alternatives may need to be used. You will hear lots of terminology such as lease options (LO), rent to buy (RTB), rent to rent (R2R), tenant buyers (TB) etc.

Don’t get too hung-up on the names of agreements.

The basic principle is if the vendor and purchaser can make an agreement between themselves over the property, then the legal people should be able to put that agreement into the right wording to draw up a contract that becomes a win/win scenario.

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