“Investing in

Property should always be

considered long term.”

This does not mean you just buy a property and

forget about it and in 10-20 years there will be a

huge profit or a great income stream.

From a financial point of view the first 2 to 3 years of the investment are the most critical. During this time the “Cash Flow” generated needs to fit with your current financial situation. Should your current financial situation not be compatible with your new investment, it could mean that the property has to be sold before Capital Growth has been achieved. Short term sales can mean financial losses. It is imperative to understand the full ramifications of “Cash Flows” before a committment is made. Should circumstances change, you need to have Plan “B” ready to implement. Remember, people don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan. So, before the property is purchased it is essential to know what the “Cash Flow” will be, and the impact it will have on your own financial situation.   The main influences on “Cash Flows” are :-        1. Acquisition or Purchase Costs        2. Rental Property Expenses        3. Depreciation of Building and Fixtures & Fitting        4. Interest rate on Borrowings        5. Occupancy Rates
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