The property market has created more millionaires than any other investment vehicle
Buy Property, Secure your Financial Future
Most people’s largest passive gain in wealth over the last fifty years has been derived through owning their own home. Imagine if you owned two, four or eight properties or more over the same period and some one else was paying the mortgages! I doubt you would still need to work today.
The UK property market has enjoyed ongoing capital growth over the last fifty years with property prices doubling every seven to ten years. Property has proven to be a great medium to long-term investment, regardless of short-term market fluctuations.
The UK has a serious shortage of housing caused by a number of social and demographic factors resulting in an increase in demand for property. This should ensure that the price of property and the demand for rental property will continue to increase over the long term.
Unlike any other investment you can make an instant profit on property from day one by buying a property below the market value through the discounts we negotiate on behalf of our members.
Buying property below the market value means that you can make money even in a declining market. According to Nationwide figures, the worst fall in the property market was by 11% back in 1990.
Positive Property Investment offers discount up to 40% off the current Market Value; if property priced decrease by 11% you would still make a profit and this is without taking into consideration any capital growth you have achieved whilst owning the property.
The property market is relatively stable and, unlike many investments, is not subject to rapid overnight fluctuations. Property offers a safe investment provided the correct approach is adopted.
In contrast, the past five years have seen shares and pension schemes performing poorly. (It must be remembered that these can be very volatile and have never been a low risk investment option.)
Unlike many other investments property is a tangible asset which you own and control; its value can be increased through simple measures such as redecoration and modernization.
Unlike investing in a pension you can re-mortgage your property or sell it at any time and access the profit you have made at a time in life where you may need it or appreciate it more.
Property can produce a consistent income as well as capital growth, which will continue even after you stop working.
Most traditional investments, (such as shares), require the investor to have liquid funds to the full value of the investment.
Property is such an attractive investment because you leverage other peoples’ money, usually in the form of a mortgage, to maximize your return.
Most lenders will lend you 75% of the value of a rental property, in other words you don’t have to outlay all of the capital, but can still enjoy all of the profit.
The effects of leverage can be further enhanced using our innovative financing techniques to use your discount towards your deposit meaning that you don’t have to outlay any of your own money.
Compound growth is the year on year growth of investments and widely considered as being the key to long-term wealth building. The profit you gain stays re-invested in your property, building further wealth each year.
When the value of your property increases you can re-mortgage the property to release some of the profit you have made. This could be used to fund the purchase of more property and is tax free. Any gains on property are not paid until that property is sold.
Whatever your motivation, you can make large profits from investing in property. Whether you want to retire early, put your children through university or want a second income, investing in property can provide you with financial freedom and security for your future.