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Property investment strategy - cashbuy, mortgage, crowdfunding?


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  • 3 weeks later...

you'd think this would be an easy response, then again depends where someone as an investor are coming from, your own experience, 'reward for risk'

Personally I go for 'reward for minimum risk' with a 'walk away' exit plan.

For me your point 2 fits my objective.

Inside a limited company, I will buy in a good rental area in a University/college town, that has low unemployment. 

Research areas market prices, look for that 'cash opportunity' to buy below market even if it needs some TLC or a bit of fix up.

Take a 3 bedroom single family convert it to a 4 bedroom roomer.

Either rent the rooms & manage yourself or do a 'lease option' with someone.

Then mortgage the property as a BTL based on income, crossed fingers, you may get close your original investment out based on the rental multiples.

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Personally I prefer the crowdfunding model to other ways of investing in properties. I think it is great when I can invest in different countries in one platform and so I can diversify my portfolio. I invest with RealtyBundles and must say that I am satisfied with the results I get. I invested in a German project there. And since the last year, the share value of this project has grown by more than 15%. 

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Hi,

  I have been interacting with sourced recently and was looking at a social care investment with them. I have given them the sourcing fee but not had any investment deal from them yet.Its been 3 months & I have not had proper communications from their end.I have had to constantly follow up on when they would source the deal. I had provided my feedback and expectations to them on their service but they have not acted on it. Just based on the experience I am having with them, my personal recommendation would not be go with them.Again I may have been the unlucky investor who is not satisfied with their service.

I would advice further research and look at their guarantees before investing.

Thanks,

Manju

 

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On 7/21/2020 at 9:12 PM, manjunath said:

Hi,

  I have been interacting with sourced recently and was looking at a social care investment with them. I have given them the sourcing fee but not had any investment deal from them yet.Its been 3 months & I have not had proper communications from their end.I have had to constantly follow up on when they would source the deal. I had provided my feedback and expectations to them on their service but they have not acted on it. Just based on the experience I am having with them, my personal recommendation would not be go with them.Again I may have been the unlucky investor who is not satisfied with their service.

I would advice further research and look at their guarantees before investing.

Thanks,

Manju

 

Would you be willing to name the sourcing company? I'm currently looking at some and would like to know which ones to avoid.

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