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Property Investment (Know-How)

Property investment involves choosing between two primary strategies: "Buy and Hold" or "Buy and Flip".

Buy and Hold Strategy

This approach entails purchasing property with the intention of holding onto it for an extended period, aiming to profit from its appreciation over time. It's often favored for its simplicity and accessibility, making it suitable for investors with busy lives. With this strategy, investors generate income through rental yields and long-term capital gains.

Buy and Flip Strategy

In contrast, the Buy and Flip strategy involves purchasing properties that require renovations, improving them, and then promptly selling them for a profit. While potentially lucrative, this strategy demands more time, expertise, and involvement in property renovations and sales.

Investors typically lean towards the Buy and Hold strategy for its relative simplicity, accessibility, and lower risk profile. This strategy allows investors to generate income steadily over time, requiring minimal ongoing maintenance.

However, there are drawbacks to consider with the Buy and Hold strategy:

- Profits are not immediately accessible, as equity remains tied up in the property.

- Requires patience for long-term gains to materialize fully.

Conversely, the Buy and Flip strategy appeals to investors seeking quicker returns through renovation and resale. Nonetheless, it involves higher risks, potential budget overruns, and a greater time commitment.

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