In property investing, there are many ways to generate income for us.
Some would prefer to enjoy positive cash flow every month coming from their tenanted properties as it provides a steady flow of passive income. Quite a good platform especially if you are retiring soon or already retired!
Others though might look to make a quick ‘flip’ on properties to make a substantial amount of income in a short space of time. Done right, it can be quite rewarding to some investors.
And then there are others who look long term and buy for capital appreciation as their main goal.
Whatever returns you are seeking in any property investment, it is worth asking ourselves this question
Short Term Vs Long Term Investor-Which One Are You?
How do you differentiate a short term from a long term investor?
Which one is better?
Is being one type of investor better than the other?
Most importantly, which one do you think you are?
Well, in a nutshell, a short term investor is someone who looks for short term gains in property investment. They might focus on making quick flips , hoping that property prices will escalate in a short period of time, and selling their properties to make quick gains , normally within 6 months-9 months.
If you fit the description above, it is probably worth reminding ourselves that we need to be really certain of the future predicted trend, getting our facts right and doing extensive research.
A long term investor though is someone who buys properties and mainly holds for long term capital appreciation.
In Property Fast Track, through our simple duplicable system, we focus on
Making Money Buying the Property,
Making Money Holding the Property,
And Making Money Selling the Property Over and Over again Without Giving The Property Away!
In fact, as at the time of writing this blog post, we already have 8 members who have purchased properties which are minimum 15% below market with yields 6% and above! Some even bought 26% and 50% Below market!
And many of them are first time investors with no prior experience !
And no, the units are not haunted ya! 😉