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Tips for new investors

ByJames Brown

If you're looking into supplementing your income through property investment with real estate in Burpengary, this could be a brilliant way to help yourself get ahead financially. However, there are a lot of different things to keep in mind before moving into the market – here are some tips to help you avoid first time investor mistakes. 

Neglecting research

The most important thing any investor can do – whether they're new to the market or 20-year veterans – is to take their time and do the right research before committing to property. Looking into things like rental vacancy rates, median rental yields and future growth plans of a region are just the basics to investigate.

This is to ensure you don't get lumped with a deadweight property that has no chance of earning a decent return. 

Don't expected interest rates to stay low

The current interest rate environment could make obtaining a loan a lot more affordable. While interest rates been low for a long time – and are anticipated to remain so for a while – assuming they'll always stay the same can be disastrous. 

Get in touch with a local real estate agent to begin working towards buying your own investment property in the region today. 

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