Beginner Investment Guide Bronxville NY

For beginners, real estate investing is never a walk in the park. It has a lot of risks. There are numerous companies that sell property investments for novices but the question would strike you with the trust that they impose.

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Robert Ince
Tribeca Financial Planning LLC

(212) 406-3616
79 Worth Street, 4F
New York, NY
Cary Carbonaro
Stonegate Wealth Management, LLC

201 791 0085
11 Penn Plaza
New York City, NY
Philip Capell
Piermont Wealth Management Inc.

(212) 983-8525
100 Park Avenue, Suite 1600
New York, NY
Timothy Clark
Greystone Wealth Advisors LLC

914-232-3773
330 Madison Avenue
New York, NY
Albert Zdenek
Traust Sollus Wealth Management, LLC

(212) 661-8682
405 Lexington Ave- 49th Floor
New York, NY
Timothy Parker
Regency Wealth Management

201-447-5850
666 Godwin Avenue, Suite 210
Midland Park, NJ
Raj Prashad
Eagle Tax Planning & Advisory Group. LLC

(718) 441-7011
106-04 101 Avenue
Ozone Park, NY
Cheryl Costa
AFW Wealth Advisors

(914) 696-5300 Ext: 210
3020 Westchester Avenue
Purchase, NY
John Belluardo
Stewardship Financial Services, Inc.

(914) 380-1421
39A Cedar Street
Dobbs Ferry, NY
Victor Cannillo
Baron Financial Group, LLC

(866) FEE-ONLY (333-6659)
16-00 Route 208 South
Fair Lawn, NJ
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Beginner’s Guide: What to Avoid in Real Estate Investing

Author: Charles Petty

For beginners, real estate investing is never a walk in the park. It has a lot of risks. There are numerous companies that sell property investments for novices but the question would strike you with the trust that they impose. This is a beginner's investment guide for one to realize the things that he or she needs to say "no" to and what should be regarded as false reassurances.

Tip 1 - Scout the area

Before investing in a property, you must first asses the area. Does it have every inch of it being desirable for a family, a couple or an individual to live in? For beginners, you must first try to settle on the ones that's "safe". Ignore those that have risks attached to it. Stick to the properties with good reputation. Areas having good reputations will not cover any mortgage therefore looking for an area where figures do stack up is more appropriate. You have to be very careful with individuals and companies who indulge in selling properties that looks ancient or having lots of deserted houses or was known to be an area having illegal activities like drug trafficking and so on. These kinds of properties are fine but if you don't have any kind of background yet, stick to the safest areas offered.

Tip 2 - Trust no one

Ask yourself this - do I have the money to afford the property of my choice? Commissions come in huge packages. Individuals or companies have ways of creatively getting your attention and dodging you into agreeing with their offer. Some of the truths are hidden lies that often make you think that you can afford a particular property where in fact, it will lead you to bankruptcy. If you think you can't afford the property, don't accept the offer. Turn it down. You will have a certain gut feeling about this, rest assured. Don't be easily swept with seemingly wise words and sweet nothings. Follow your own pace. However, pushing yourself to achieving your goals will lead you in achieving learning and development.

Tip 3 - Ask

Don't be afraid to pop out a question especially for those who are saying so much. If an agent or a certain individual offers you something, ask the person if he or she has invested in the property that he or she is offering. If they have, then, it proves that the property is and will be a good investment. But if they haven't invested in anything that they claim, pop another question. Sometimes, what companies and agents offer will speak for themselves. Think, if what they offer are so fantastic, then why haven't they invested on it? Until they have satisfied your questions, might as well turn down the offer.

Tip 4 - Be on your guard

There are a lot of people who will go into such lengths such as fooling other people for their benefit. You shouldn't be fooled by what companies claim about property masters or gurus for these may lure you into believing nothing. In real estate investing, you have to always be on your guard to avoid certain decisions that can lead you into a predicament.

Following these simple tips will definitely guide you into having a more profitable and risk-free deal. These tips will give you a head start.


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