The Housing Market Is About To Go INSANE

This Investment Property Is a Great Deal, Is an Inspection Really Necessary?

A common question asked by beginning real estate investors, particularly those planning to flip properties, is whether or not a real estate inspection is really necessary. After all, they’re planning to renovate anyway. The long and short answer to that question is absolutely yes.

How Property Fund Investors Can Fare Better Than Real Estate Developers

Most real assets are performing better than the volatile stock market. But for some, property funds hold greater attraction over developed real estate.

How Much Communication Should You Expect From a Joint Venture Planning Team?

Financial laws in the UK require a certain degree of transparency with all investments. With JVP land investing, on-going communications is essential.

How Land Is Purchased at an Optimal Low Price

Purchasing land at an optimal price requires timing and skill from the investor. Several factors can affect the current and future of undeveloped land, not the least of which are specific characteristics of the property itself and the overall economy. The first aphorism of investing is simply this: “Buy low and sell high.

How Have Property Funds Performed Since 2010

Investors in property development are presented with a very mixed picture in 2013. Several variables suggest it’s a tricky market – with a few bright spots.

How Climate Change Is Affecting Strategic Land Investing

Savvy strategic land investing now must consider climate change. Two factors face land investors and developers: How to minimise their impacts on the environment, and how to mitigate potential damage from a changing climate. The year 2012 was the wettest on record for the UK, according to the National Flood Forum, a coalition of community groups throughout the country.

Fraud Is Driving Investors From Precious Metals to Land and Other Real Assets

Gold, silver and other precious metals historically hold unique attraction. But recent experiences with fraud lead investors to other real asset investments.

How to Mitigate Risks in UK Land Investments

What are UK land investment risks and how are they mitigated? Three factors improve land investments for housing: Funding for Lending, local planning authorities and splitting risk between investors and builders. The rate of building new homes in the UK should be about 230,000 per annum, and yet the country’s homebuilders are constructing only about half that number.

Overcoming Difficult Landowners In Strategic Land Investment Transactions

Landowners’ financial, occupational and emotional conditions affect their willingness to sell property… and the land buyer benefits from knowing this.

How Towns Make Zoning Changes Through Local Planning Processes

Planning changes can revitalize local economies, benefitting old and new inhabitants alike. But how does planning work – and what does it mean to developers?

How to Identify Qualified Joint Venture Partners in Land Investments

The history of land investment and developed real estate are instructive. Having the right joint venture partners is a key component.

Would Alternative Investments Be a Good Long-Term (10+ Years) Strategy?

Alternative investments that might include art, classic cars, rare diamonds or raw land have performed well in the past decade. Can the asset growth continue?

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