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Guide to Buying Real Estate  


Article by Karan Naidoo





Buying real estate has never been easier. There are certainly real estate agents and brokers that can help you find great property to invest in, but you can also do a lot of the work yourself. With all of the information that is easily available to anyone over the Internet, you have access to the things that only real estate companies had access to decades, even years ago. In this sense, the Internet is a great equalizer and can help you with buying real estate.

Buying real estate could be the best investment that you could possibly make for your personal financial future. The stock market is a known gamble; if anyone tells you that they have a “can’t miss” stock or a “secret investing strategy” – run away. Those people are lying to you; there is no such thing as a sure thing in the stock market. And yes, buying real estate is speculative, but much less so. True, there was a housing bubble, and it burst, but few investments accumulates value over the middle to long term better than real estate.

The key to buying real estate is no secret – in fact, there is an old saying about it. The key to buying real estate is location, location, location. There are literally dozens of ways to change and improve the real estate value, but nothing can change where your land actually is. A good location is worth more than practically anything else; nothing is as much of a determinate of value than the location.

So, when buying real estate, you really want to look not just at where it is located now, but what might be located around it in the future. A classic example: a friend of mine, his grandparents bought a bunch of land south of Chicago a couple of decades ago. It spiked in value recently when the government bought it up for the third airport development. These are the sorts of things you need to think of when buying real estate.

Now is a great time for buying real estate if you can manage it. On the wake of the global recession and the burst housing bubble, land values are at steal of a price. You will probably not see such value again, making now the time to be buying real estate, if you can. If you have the money to invest long term, you should be buying real estate.


About the Author

Karan has been involved with internet marketing for nearly 4 years and is an avid writer who writes on various subjects. Come visit his latest website at www.golfcarrybag.org which helps people find the best Golf Carry Bag for their needs.


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