Real estate investment

Property – alongside cash, bonds and shares – is one of the four most common types of investments. Property investment takes many forms, from pooled funds to buying a house to live in or let out. This guide covers your potential risks and rewards and where you can go to learn more.

Buying an investment property

Even if you don’t want to buy a property yourself, you can get these potential benefits indirectly by investing in a property fund that invests directly in property.

Property Investment advice

We can give you an idea of buying and selling costs for instace estate agent and surveyor fees, stamp duty, land tax, solicitors and conveyancing fees.

Property investing through a fund

With a pooled (or collective) property fund, a professional manager collects money from many investors, then invests the money directly in property or in property shares.

Before investing in property

Before you make any decision about investing in property you should find out as much as you can. You can research the potential pros and cons on your own, or take advice. You’ll also want to look at whether a different type of investment might better suit your goals.

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