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How to profit from bank sales in 2013 - The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper
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Property market ends 2012 with 15% rise in capital, rental values
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U.A.E. Limits Mortgages to Foreigners at 50% of Home Value

50%? Another form of protectionism! Definitely it is the money launderers and genuine High Networth Individuals that can afford that.
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50%? Another form of protectionism! Definitely it is the money launderers and genuine High Networth Individuals that can afford that.
Not really, they are just trying to ensure that property prices don't run up as a result of "hot" or is it cold money
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U.K. House Prices Fall 0.1% as Property Market Ends Fragile Year - Bloomberg
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Good write up. The most important attribute is discipline and focus.
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Finding the right estate agent — The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper
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I just thought this may interest some of our ogas in the forum who want to diversify their property portfolio



Cleveland, Ohio
We think that 2013 is going to be a great year for the Cleveland property market. Maybe this is the year that you need to look at Cleveland for your investment property?

The US property market is now well on the road to recovery and in most of the popular locations in Florida we have seen large, year on year price increases that have compressed rental yields downwards for new investors.

The Cleveland market represents great value at the moment with low entry levels and attractive net returns in excess of 15% pa after costs.

If you want a general overview about what Cleveland is like – check out this video and others by the same You Tube source channel (Positively Cleveland) You Tube video
The Cleveland property market

Ohio State generally and Cleveland in particular has always had a relatively conservative property market. The real estate market did not peak like it did in parts of Florida and Atlanta and, when the crash came, similarly, it did not collapse to the same degree. The Greater Cleveland Metropolitan has a fairly static population of nearly 3 million people. The area comprises the cities of Cleveland, Youngstown and Akron and their respective sub districts. Historically these areas were known as the industrial powerhouse of the USA and today, 37% of the Fortune 500 Companies have a major presence in the region.

The real estate market in Cleveland is now on the turn with the most recent statistics being released just before Christmas - cleveland.com - home sales rising

What to expect from a Cleveland property investment:
· Entry level of $35,000 up to around $50,000
· Brick built, 2 and 3 bedroom townhouses
· Wood and wood/vinyl single family houses
· True net returns after costs of at least 15% pa
· Good rental demand in most areas
· Efficient management
· Future exit by conventional resale


As noted in the Cleveland.com link – there were record sales in the final quarter of 2012 and this sales activity has continued into 2013. If you are looking to invest in a property market that is on the turn right now, then you need to look at Cleveland, where you can still get great value, excellent rental returns and the knowledge that your property can be sold on the open market in the future.

BEST SELLING PROPERTY.....

This Project was only launched at the end of October last year and it has achieved sales volumes not seen since the property boom. The big difference between ten years ago and today, is that ten years ago investors were buying at the top of the market prices with borrowed money and today they are buying at the bottom of the market prices - with cash.

INVESTMENT SUMMARY
· 2 Bedroom townhouses $34,900 (£21,700 / €26,000)
· Cash transaction
· Net returns after costs 16% pa
· Immediate income stream
· Popular residential district
· Management already in place
· More % tenants than at any time in recent history
· Quick & simple purchase process



For more details of this or any of our property offerings please reply to this e-mail or contact us by phone.

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I just thought this may interest some of our ogas in the forum who want to diversify their property portfolio

Cleveland, Ohio
We think that 2013 is going to be a great year for the Cleveland property market. Maybe this is the year that you need to look at Cleveland for your investment property?

The US property market is now well on the road to recovery and in most of the popular locations in Florida we have seen large, year on year price increases that have compressed rental yields downwards for new investors.

The Cleveland market represents great value at the moment with low entry levels and attractive net returns in excess of 15% pa after costs.

If you want a general overview about what Cleveland is like – check out this video and others by the same You Tube source channel (Positively Cleveland) You Tube video
The Cleveland property market
people dey live for Cleveland?
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How to use co-operatives in real estate — The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper
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Common mistakes of new real estate investors — The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper
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Furthermore, when starting out in real estate investment, focus on cash flow instead of net worth. What you should measure is not just the value of the property you are buying but the amount of money it puts in your pocket monthly or annually. The big house you live in is not the true symbol of wealth but how much income generating assets you control. True investors plan their life in such a way that even when they are literally not working their assets are generating income that could take care of their standard of living. I recollect an astute real estate investor who built about ten detached houses in an area whose rental income was not less than N1m per annum. He explained to me that his intention was to use the properties as his retirement vehicle. In his calculation, the properties would generate over N12m per annum which translates into a N1m income monthly, which more than takes care of his basic standard of living. Take a cue from this. Calculate what the investment puts or is capable of putting into your pocket regularly.
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On the other hand, as a starter, you need to avoid buying upscale or luxurious properties. In life, you need to crawl before you walk and walk before you run. Life is in stages. You should start your real estate investment by buying or building rental properties in low to middle class areas. The properties that are for these classes normally rent faster. And generally, if you build or buy in an average area you will easily rent it out. However, upscale neighbourhoods and luxurious apartments usually stay longer in the market and are often the hardest hit in downturns. They normally attract unstable renters and when times are tough most people who desire to scale down their standard of living will move out from such areas. A visit to many high brow areas in Nigeria at this time, will confirm this assertion. You’ll definitely see a lot of buildings with to let or lease signs. If you are an experienced investor with other income-generating assets you will not feel it if your upscale property could not be rented for twelve months. But if that is your only property, you may not find the situation tolerable.
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One of the basic errors new real estate investors make is to buy properties blindly on the assumption that all real estate investments automatically go up. This common assumption is not true in its entirety. For instance, if you decide to buy a property in an odd part of town without considering basic infrastructures or basic advantages, and then you go ahead and develop the property, you may experience a high vacancy ratio (this means, it takes an unduly long time to rent the property to tenants) or it may not be easily sold when you put it in the market. Properties do appreciate but not at the same rate and sometimes there are downturns in the market. During periods of downturns properties that have certain locational or structural disadvantages lose value the most.
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On the other hand, as a starter, you need to avoid buying upscale or luxurious properties. In life, you need to crawl before you walk and walk before you run. Life is in stages. You should start your real estate investment by buying or building rental properties in low to middle class areas. The properties that are for these classes normally rent faster. And generally, if you build or buy in an average area you will easily rent it out. However, upscale neighbourhoods and luxurious apartments usually stay longer in the market and are often the hardest hit in downturns. They normally attract unstable renters and when times are tough most people who desire to scale down their standard of living will move out from such areas. A visit to many high brow areas in Nigeria at this time, will confirm this assertion. You’ll definitely see a lot of buildings with to let or lease signs. If you are an experienced investor with other income-generating assets you will not feel it if your upscale property could not be rented for twelve months. But if that is your only property, you may not find the situation tolerable.
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Oga Emman, what is happening to Abijo Gra, bought in 2009 total cost N9m. In hindsight it was a bad investment,should have bought shares instead. I have not done the COFO yet.Should i just leave it there and let it appreciate?
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