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Before you look for a property, understand your own finances. Do you have enough money to pay for a property in cash? Will you be taking a mortgage? How much cash do you have for a down payment?

Be honest with yourself. Not many people can afford to buy an investment property. You need to have enough cash not just for the down payment or purchase, but for the inevitable things that will go wrong:

Figuring out where your property should be located starts with asking yourself a few questions:

Who will maintain the property? Will you hire a handyman and have service people on call for when things break? Are you planning on doing some of this work yourself? Will you buy a property that offers management services?
Do you want to be close to the property? Some people buy investment properties where they live so they can keep an eye on them. Others might buy in a community that fits a need -- like a resort town or a city with a growing need for office space.


How will you rent out the property? There are a lot of variables that depend on the type of property you intend to buy. A vacation rental may be managed by a company or rented out through a service like Airbnb. A longer-term residential or commercial rental may require a real estate agent to show the property and handle paperwork.

Will you use the property? Some types of rentals are also used by their owners. If, for example, you buy an office building, you may have an office on the property. If you buy a vacation or residential property, though, there are limits to how much you can use it if you want to claim the tax benefits of owning an investment property.


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