How to Determine if You Are Ready to Become a Landlord

By Justine

The rental market is a valuable market to tap into, especially as it seems to be showing no signs of slowing down. Based on data from World Atlas, more and more people in the world are renting. In countries like Switzerland, Hong Kong, and Germany, around half of the whole population are renters.

That said, being a landlord may be lucrative but it also comes with a slew of responsibilities and long-term considerations. If you are investing in properties for the sole purpose of leasing them out, you would become both a property manager and a landlord. Before you take the plunge, there are a few questions you should ask yourself.

Property Sourcing Profits: Part 3: Finding Deals

By John Stokoe

STEP TWO – FIND YOUR DEAL How do I find investor-grade opportunities? Once you’ve identified your target area, you can turn your attention to finding, negotiating and securing property deals. There are a number of different ways to identify and acquire property but let’s start with the most obvious – Estate Agents. Estate Agents Estate…


By John Stokoe

STEP THREE: How do I present the deal to investors? So, you’ve found your first deal. The numbers stack up and your offer has been accepted. Now comes the most important part, sourcing process—packaging up your deal into an investment-grade opportunity that you can monetize. This quite simply involves transcribing the amazing deal you’ve secured…