An EzineArticle by Murray Boyton.
After spending many years in real estate management in Australia, my advice to potential investors is to invest in a product that has high demand. The last thing you need is a property that is vacant for many months a year.
When sourcing these high demand areas, always consider properties that are close to amenities, you should think like a tenant. Ask yourself “If I was a tenant moving into this potential property, would I like to travel half and hour to buy a bottle of milk?” Just because the price is low, does not mean it is a wise investment. It may be very difficult to find a tenant because it is too far from many amenities.
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