Every investor is purchasing property to get a strong return for the funds they pour in. The entire idea of property investing is to set yourself up financially with real estate assets. It’s therefore hardly surprising that anything you are doing that costs you money unnecessarily, or causes you to lose it, should be on the top of your list to fix.
Remember that any savings you make now can be reinvested later or used to pay down some of your current loans. Despite investors becoming increasingly educated, there are still common mistakes made by both novice and experienced buyers. These range from issues with property management to due diligence, but can all add up to potentially significant losses each financial year.
In this eBook, we’ve covered 21 mistakes that you will want to double check, and rectify as soon as possible if you’re making these blunders.