Ground rent investment is one of those killer property strategies not many people know about. It is a strategy you don’t need a fortune to get involved in, but it is very much a slow burner in terms of investment benefits.
A killer property strategy which is known to many is “flipping”– the practice of buying a property cheaply, doing it up and selling it on. It is a strategy you can use to make large capital sums on a regular basis – but it is a sophisticated strategy and you underestimate it at your peril.
Is there a way you can make money from renting out property if you own no properties and cannot afford to buy any?
Buy-refurbish-refinance or BRR is a property strategy similar to buy to let. However, it has the additional killer element of forcing or accelerating the valuation of the property following purchase.
Buy to let, sometimes known as buy-to-hold, is probably the property strategy most people know. It may not seem a natural candidate for the title “killer property strategy” but carried out skilfully and systematically, with proper due diligence and analysis, it can make you a serious amount of […]
Property sourcing or property finding is another of those killer property strategies which property investors can use to fast forward their property careers. It is one of the most popular and easily accessible strategy in my killer property strategies series. It is a strategy which does not […]
A lease option is a powerful property strategy which enables an investor to make both income and capital from a property – often with very little financial outlay. It is another strategy in my killer property strategies series. It can look like a strategy too good to […]
Continuing my series on little-known and creative killer property strategies, I now have a look at lender finance. This is where lenders are super-keen to lend you money to buy a property. What’s the catch? Lender finance is the property opportunity where the mortgagor or lender of a […]
Continuing my series on little-known and creative killer property strategies, I now look at seller finance. You’re the buyer and the seller gives you the money to buy their property. How good is that? Killer Property Strategy V – Seller Finance Seller finance is the property strategy where […]
Continuing my series on little-known and creative killer property strategies, I now look at delayed completion – the strategy in which the buyer and the seller both agree a delay in completion, enabling the buyer to carry out value-adding building works after exchange of contracts and before completion. […]