Investing in Property

By: SarahC

In real estate, investment is money used to purchase properties for the sole purpose of holding or leasing for income and where there is an element of capital risk. Successful property investment is no longer the preserve of the privileged or wealthy. Anyone can build a property portfolio, as long as they have the necessary skills and understanding. Sourcing out properties that are income producing in high growth areas in different parts of the world is our expertise.

People choose to invest in property for many reasons. It may be to have a regular and steady income stream, to take advantage of the associated tax benefits, or that other investment options are not as attractive. Whatever the reason, property investment is a sound way to secure your financial future in the long term.

We are aware of great value commercial and residential properties for investors in Spain and Portugal. ?With Europe opening its doors to Eastern countries, there has become an enormous demand for investment property, and " target=_blank>investment property for sale in Spain is in demand.

Commercial real estate is the owning of a building, be it office, factory or warehouse that is rented at a viable rent. The German commercial property market looks incredibly cheap, particularly compared with the UK.

One of New Star International Property's first investments was an office block in Berlin's equivalent of Knightsbridge, where the rent is ?9 per square foot. That compares with the ?65 per square foot you would have to pay in Knightsbridge itself. Prime Berlin warehouses achieve a typical rental yield of 6.8%, says property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle. In London, comparable properties yield 5%, so investment property for sale in Germany looks to be a valuable alternative for professional investors.

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