The more you know about the most common mistakes that investors make, the better your likelihood of building lasting wealth.
In this series of short 3 minute videos, Ahmad Imam and I discuss the common mistakes we’ve seen investors make.
Unfortunately we know most property investors fail.
20% of those who get into property investment sell up in the first year and around 50% have sold their investment property within 5 years.
Of those who stay in the game less than 10% own more than 2 properties and 1 in 200 own six or more properties
So let’s start this video series with a big picture overview of where property investors get it wrong…
Some of the points we discuss
- Most property investors fail to develop the financial freedom they deserve
- They buy the wrong properties, get the wrong finance, don’t protect their risks, or don’t review their portfolio
- Many investors don’t have a plan or strategy, others have the wrong strategy
- Many buy emotionally — near where they live, want to retire , holiday, or they fall in love
- Strategic investors review their portfolio annually
- There are always risks with investing — but there is a bigger risk of not doing anything to protect your future
- Often the biggest risks is what’s left when you think you’ve got all the risks covered — you the investor
- Risks you to need to consider—
Interest rate risks
Market risks — cycles
buffers good team, right structures
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