Click on the image or the play button to hear Ammon talk about the Auckland Property Market in July 2015
Property investors serious about their investments need to listen to FUZO Property Group director and Auckland Property Investors’ Association Board Member, Ammon Acarapi talking on the Morning Report about Auckland Property Investors running scared.
Ammon talks about how some investors have been hesitant as numbers haven’t been stacking up… And what the future looks like.
Definition of ‘Investment Property’
A real estate property that has been purchased with the intention of earning a return on the investment (purchase), either through rent (income), the future resale of the property, or both. An investment property can be a long-term endeavour, such as an apartment building, or an intended short-term investment in the case of flipping (where a property is bought, re-modelled or renovated, and sold at a profit).
Breaking down ‘Investment Property’
An investment property is like any other investment: the goal is to generate a profit. In real estate, this is achieved through income (rent, for example) or through a profitable resale. The way in which a property is used has a significant impact on its value. Investors sometimes conduct studies to determine the best – and most profitable – use of a property. This is often referred to as its highest and best use. Certain properties can be developed in more than one way (commercially zoned property, for example) and investors can maximise returns by determining the highest and best use..
Granny flats, small houses, minor dwellings, terraced houses, duplexes, small homes, triplexes, apartments, compact houses, eco-friendly houses, sleepouts and cabins are amongst the way FUZO Property can help savvy investors get the best cashflow, equity and growth from their investment.