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5 Most Common Mistakes To Avoid When Starting Your Property Investment Journey

When starting out in property, like with any new venture, you’re not expected to know everything. In fact, you’re likely to have a few ‘if only I knew then, what I know now’ moments. But that’s not to say that you shouldn’t undertake thorough research and training before embarking on your property investment journey in order to minimize avoidable errors and risk.  

The reality is that without the right information and mentorship, some rookie mistakes can have significant impact on your finances, credibility and overall business success. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of common mistakes to avoid when launching your property investment business to help:

Most common mistakes to avoid when starting your property investment journey  

  1. Not having a clear strategy in place  

A clear property strategy should be the starting point for any property investment business. Much like a business plan, this will help you outline where you are, where you would like to be and how to get there.  

  1. Not conducting enough research  

Research is key when it comes to successful property investment. How profitable a property deal is and whether or not your financial projections come to fruition will typically depend on how much research you have done.  

  1. Looking for short-term gains  

Property is a long-term investment that will continue to give, even in the face of today’s economic uncertainty. Short-term thinking can be a hinderance to your decision-making and overall progress. It’s important to remember to be patient and think long-term.   

  1. Leaving out the experts  

Oftentimes, start-up entrepreneurs have to be everything in one. From finance experts and marketing execs to HR and operations managers. But there comes a point where it is critical to hire experts in order to handle certain aspects of the business and this is no different when it comes to property. This will help maximize your time and money, provide quality and valuable work, and new expansion opportunities. 

  1. Poor financial planning  

Poor financial planning can cause major issues in property investment. From streamlining your sources of finance and financial projections, doing your homework when it comes to your property finances is crucial.

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