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MovingWhat to Ask the Realtor When Buying Investment Properties

September 6, 2018by was73100

There are many reasons that people buy real estate. In some cases it is because they want to get somewhere to live themselves, or because they want an additional property that they can use for holidays, but in others it’s because they want to make an investment and to do up the property with an eye to selling it later on at a better price. This is a very smart way to invest money as the value of properties very rarely diminishes, and because of the current economic situation it’s smarter now than ever.

However if you are buying real estate with an eye to selling it, then you are going to be looking at that real estate in a different way to how you would assess it to live in. No longer is it about how good the home is now – it’s about how good the home could be and will be. No longer is it about whether it fits your needs and tastes, but instead whether it will sell easily and rapidly.

If you are looking for real estate to invest in as an investment property then it is important to involve a realtor when looking for the property for you. This way you can get lots of advice both on the properties you look at themselves, and on the market in general. If you let your realtor know your budget and what you are looking for, then they can help you to pick the right place to sell on later.

Furthermore you should also make sure to ask your realtor lots of questions as you look around the real estate. You need to learn as much as you can about the place and you need to know whether it’s going to sell well.

For instance, ask the realtor whether they can see anything that needs doing to the home. For instance ask them whether the walls are in good condition or whether they could do with replastering. Likewise ask them whether there are any cracks or mold problems. These are positive things if you are able to repair the problems yourself because doing so will greatly increase the value of the real estate. However you should also ask whether there are any more severe problems – such as weak foundations – which could damage your ability to resell.

Likewise you should ask about the area and whether it is one that is up and coming. The best real estate to buy when you get a new place is somewhere that’s currently not a good area, but that is having lots of money spent on it by the local council to improve it. Such places will be able to be offered to you for a lower price due to the rough area, but when the place improves then they benefit and you’ll be able to sell them for more. Again though ask about the nature of the new…


Source by Mykel Jenkins

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