Find a copy online
Links to this item
Find a copy in the library
Finding libraries that hold this item...
|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Property Investing For Dummies.
Hoboken : Wiley, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bruce Brammall; Eric Tyson; Griswold.
|Description:||1 online resource (419 pages).|
|Contents:||Property Investing For Dummmies; About the Authors; Dedication; Authors' Acknowledgements; Contents at a Glance; Table of Contents; Introduction; How This Book Is Different; Foolish Assumptions; How This Book Is Organised; Icons Used in This Book; Where to Go from Here; Part I: Understanding Real Estate as an Investment; Chapter 1: Stacking Up Real Estate Against Other Investments; Getting Yourself Motivated; Comparing Real Estate withOther Investments; Determining Whether Investing in Real Estate Is for You; Fitting Real Estate into Your Financial Plans; A Warning on Statistics. Chapter 2: Covering the Landscape of Common Real Estate InvestmentsInvesting in Residential Properties; Using Your Home as a Base for Investing; Considering Commercial Real Estate; Uncovering Undeveloped Land; Researching Property Trusts; Chapter 3: Opportunities in Real Estate; Private and Public Purchases; Flipping Out over Buying and Flipping; Property Development; Property Syndicates; Property Crash?; Chapter 4: Building Your Team; Establishing Your Team Early; Getting Good Legal Advice; Lining Up a Lender or Mortgage Broker; Adding an Accountant; Inspecting with a Building Expert. Working with Real Estate Professionals to Buy and Sell PropertyDealing with Leasing Agents; Putting Your Investment to Work; Keeping Relationships Professional; Part II: Financing: Raising Capital and Sourcing Loans; Chapter 5: Sources of Capital; Calculating the Costs of Entry; Rounding Up the Required Cash; Primary Sources of Finance: Lenders Big and Small; Borrowing Against Home Equity; No Home? No Worries!; Advanced Funding Strategies; Chapter 6: Financing Your Property Purchases; Taking a Look at Mortgages; Making Some Decisions; Reviewing Other Common Lending Fees. Mortgages That Should Make You Think TwiceVendor's Terms; Chapter 7: Shopping for and Securing the Best Mortgage Terms; Shopping for Mortgages; Economies of Scale; Sizing Up Banking Products; Considering a Professional Package; Avoiding Some Big Hidden Nasties; Attributing Rental Income; Solving Loan Predicaments; Chapter 8: Property in Self-Managed Super Funds; Superannuation's Great Tax Advantages; Comparing SMSFs with Other Super Funds; Owning Your Business Premises Inside Your SMSF; Borrowing to Invest in Property in SMSFs; Understanding Your Legal Requirements. Working Out Who Can Lend to SMSFsDelving into Specific Tax Implications; A Warning on SMSFs: It's Complicated!; Chapter 9: The Ongoing Costs of Real Estate; Budgeting for the Inevitable; Ongoing Property Taxes; Other Costs to Be Aware Of; Part III: Finding and Evaluating Properties; Chapter 10: Location, Location, Value; Deciding Where to Invest; Evaluating a Region: The Big Picture; Investigating Your Intended Real Estate Market; On the Block: Metropolitan Properties; Seek and You Shall Find: The Sea, Ski or Tree Change; Comparing Communities Come Investment Time. Mastering Sellers' Markets and Buyers' Markets.|
|Series Title:||--For dummies.|