by Freddie Andalaft
Freddie Andalaft know, buying property isn't always the most attractive of investments, as there is often a considerable level of risk involved.
Even those investments that produce the most return typically aren't possible without a substantial commitment of money,
time and various other resources; something many potential investors aren't prepared to devote.
Here Freddie Andalaft wants to share several factors that make up a great property investment opportunity include:
Relatively Low Risk
Any real estate investment comes with a substantial amount of risk, but if you put in the legwork (analysis, reports review, due diligence, etc.
), you're equipping yourself with the information you need to minimize that risk as much as possible.
Good Cash-on-Cash Return
A cash-flow positive property, one that earns you moderate, "decent" returns, ensures that the property is providing a source of profit, rather than placing a constant drain on your finances.
Low Time or Management Requirement
So-called "boring" properties, those you rent to reliable, long-term tenants that always pay their rent on time, tend to not require a large commitment of time or management,
allowing you to make more money in the process.
Freddie Andalaft knows the value of a well-researched, cash-flow positive property, something that can produce strong returns for the investor over the course of ownership.