Property investment lessons Part 2

Property investment is risky in the short term, but secure in the long term. It is definitely not a way to get rich quickly.

It takes the average property investor around 30 years to become financially independent.
Often the first 10 years is making mistakes and learning what not to do and then you need a number of property cycles under your belt to grow a substantial asset base.

Since property is a long-term game, don’t look for "what works now.” Instead, look for "what has always worked.”
History shows that this year’s hotspot becomes next year’s not-spot.
Don’t make 30-year investment decisions based on the last 30 minutes of news.

Residential property investment is a high growth, relatively low yield investment class.
Wealth is created by building a substantial asset base.
You do this by holding good investments for a reasonably long time, reinvesting the income you’re receiving, and allowing your capital gains to build up and take advantage of the magic of compounding.

At times of poor or no capital growth, strategic property investors "manufacture” capital growth through property renovations or development.

Residential investment is a game of finance with some houses thrown in the middle.

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Jason Gwerder
Wednesday, 19 January 2022

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