How Investment in Off-Plan New Build Property Can Seriously Improve Your Wealth But Carries Risks

Off plan investing is defined as buying property from developers before the building is completed, sometimes well before the foundations are laid. Whilst in a poor property market this method of investment is much less used, it is a strong tool for the property investor in times of growth. This method of buying has been utilised by a large percentage of property investors over recent years to seriously increase their net worth through property investment - so what are the benefits and what are the risks in doing so? Benefits of Off-Plan Investing : Developers will often offer Assetz for Investors a genuine discount in return for bulk purchase of units in a development, particularly if it is early on. They do this as development finance is easier to obtain and cheaper if the development is partially or completely pre sold. These discounts provide you, the investor, with a cushion of profit in case of...
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Student Sector - An Introduction

Assetz is a long-term supporter of the student sector having been active in it since the early 2000s. I have invested in it personally and this year saw 10% gross rental growth across the board in all my properties - I focus on new build private halls of residence. There are many reasons for this strength but the primary one is yet again our old favourite of supply and demand. UCAS confirmed there had been a 10.2% rise in applicants for all UK courses from UK students and an even greater growth of 12.4% in applications from non-EU students. The Eurozone provided a whopping 22.8% increase in applications. There just isnt the student accommodation available for these numbers, which is what is driving the new build student sector to grow so strongly and provide such excellent investment returns in both income and capital growth. Capital growth in student accommodation is materially...
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