When is the best time to invest in property? Expert reveals how to make the most profit

When is the best time to invest in property? Expert reveals how to make the most profit

If done right, buying property is one the most yielding investment a person will ever make but knowing when to do this can be difficult. If putting

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If done right, buying property is one the most yielding investment a person will ever make but knowing when to do this can be difficult. If putting your money into a regeneration zone, knowing when to invest is just as important as where, experts revealed. There is one thing investors can do in order to reap the maximum benefits from a regeneration area, according to experts at Acentus Real Estate. When is the best time to invest?

Deciding which regeneration area to invest in and when can have a huge impact on the financial benefits, Simon Clarke, Director of independent property service Acentus Real Estate, explained.

He said: “Knowing when to invest is just as important as knowing where. Urban regeneration schemes can take decades to complete and not all investors want to wait that long to realise fully the profits of their investment.

“That’s why it’s key to look at each particular regeneration area in detail, to understand the varying factors at play and to consider the kind of development that is likely to reap the most rewards when it comes to capital growth.”

To reap the rewards, the experts explained choosing a property which benefits from two to three regeneration areas with differing timescales is the best thing to do.

Experts at Acentus Real Estate said: “That way, the investor can realise a profit even if they withdraw their investment before work in each of the zones is complete, as the impact of the various works should still combine to drive up property prices in the area of overlap.”

Investors should also consider the type of people who will be looking to purchase a property in the area where they put their money.

Simon added: “It’s also important to consider the likely future demand for the investment – who will the property attract in terms of tenants?

“How attuned is it with the future focus and vibe of the nearby regeneration areas? All of this comes into play when choosing the right property in which to invest.”

As well as considering different regeneration zones and potential buyers, investors should understand the place where they are looking to invest.

“Understanding the area in depth will help with the identification of the right project and the right time in terms of the regeneration work already underway and any proposed future schemes,” Simon explained.

“The value of local knowledge should never be underestimated when it comes to selecting the perfect regeneration zone investment.”

Buying property does not come cheap which is why a low asking price is sure to catch the attention of many.

Recently, a two bedroom family house in County Durham was put on the market for just £428.

However, this price actually only covers a monthly rent fee as the property is only part of a Rent Now, Buy Later scheme.

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