With estate agents, overseas property developers and banks reporting big jumps in the UK and overseas property markets, it seems that many people are returning to property as a means of investment.

One of the most important things to get right as an investor is being close to good amenities, transport links and established areas such as city centres. These points are more desirable in the short and long term.

It is also important to look at the rentability or re-saleability of your potential purchase to ensure it’s a sound investment. Look for high occupancy potential properties that need a makeover, as this yields a better return on investment. If you’re able to bring a property up to a really high standard you can see a significant return on your investment when you come to rent it out or sell.


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