Some of the people doling out this bad advice do so because they are trying to sell a lemon and sometimes it is because they simply don’t know any better.
Here are some of the most common examples of bad advice that property investors hear time and time again.
When you put a property up for sale with tenants in it, there are some potential risks that simply aren’t there when you’re selling a vacant home.
If your tenants don’t co-operate with the real estate agent, or don’t make any attempts to clean before inspections, it can seriously hamper the sale process and ultimately, impact your profit.
While property investing may be simple, it’s not easy and that’s not a play on words, because many investors end up paying a huge a “leaning fee” that they didn’t expect.
You see… many novice investors think, or are often led to believe, that bricks and mortar is a safe and easy investment and they find out the hard and often expensive way that property investment success is not so easy.
Here are 6 “learning fees” I’ve seen investors pay...