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So you’ve just launched your own property investment venture – your head is most probably full of dreams of success. We’ve all heard the rumours about those property investors who became millionaires almost overnight. However, while you can be incredibly successful in the property investment, overnight success is rare.

Last week I attended an property investment seminar. It was very interesting and I have to admit at first I was a little sceptic about the whole seminar however, I did learn a whole lot about how to invest in property. There were some great tips that I can take back and apply to what I do.

If your dream is to become a successful property investor, you’d better listen up. Here, I have put together four tips for investment success. These tips will help you to ensure that you make the right investment choices. As well as ensuring that you take all the correct steps to become a profitable business owner.

  1. Make a plan

Any entrepreneur will tell you that when it comes to success in the business world, having a plan in place is a must. And the same goes for the investment sector, if you want to be successful, you need to know how you are going to get to where you want to be. It’s simple, and yet so many new investors fail to do it and then wonder why they haven’t done as well as they had hoped.

An essential factor in the property investment industry is knowing what you want to do with the properties you buy. Ask yourself, are you buying to flip or rent out – this is a crucial question. Before you even think about putting down an offer on a property, you need to know what your plan of action is. This is important as the type of property you need to buy will differ, depending on how you plan on making your money.

  1. Be patient and work hard

Want to make a go of your new property business – of course, you do – then you need to be patient and be willing to work hard. You can’t just launch a new venture and expect overnight success; it takes time and hard work.

Don’t make the mistake of giving up at the first hurdle, as many property investors do. If you are passionate about property, you need to be willing to move past problems. You can’t give up just because something didn’t go to plan.

  1. Get professional help

As a new property investor, you need to accept that you don’t know everything. You might have a  good eye when it comes to choosing property. However, that doesn’t mean that you have all of the knowledge you need.

Don’t be afraid to accept help – when we start something new, we all need a helping hand. If another investor says to you, “I got really good property investment advice from these guys”, and offers you a business card, take it. Accepting help doesn’t make you weak. It simply means that you are willing to put your success before your pride.

  1. Understand risk

The mistake that many new property investors make is always looking for low investment properties. While sometimes properties that are cheap can make good investments, cheaper buys often mean a higher level of risk. This is especially true if the return on offer is higher than average, and it’s important to be aware of that.

While all investment comes with risk, you can minimise the risk level by understanding what you are getting yourself into. Don’t make the mistake of jumping into a sale, without researching the area, beforehand.

Want to be a successful property investor – then take note of the tips, above. Just like with any new venture, if you want to be successful, you need to have a plan in place and be willing to take advice from the experts.

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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