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Commercial Property Investment Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

May 17, 2019

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Purchasing a commercial property is contemplated as one of the most fruitful investments. People say that investment in best commercial property in Noida secures ones’ funds and the capital appreciation of the property itself enhance the value of the investment. Not to overlook the fact that there are some properties that are capable of offering exponential returns making investment in commercial property not only productive but a rewarding income source. However, without adequate knowledge a few people totter and end up investing in a wrong property, thus leading to a lot of financial and mental distraught.

Here in this blog we are outlining for our readers and investors a few commercial property investment mistakes and what are the simple yet effective ways to avoid them-

1) Mismanagement of funds – People think saving for a particular property is what is meant to manage funds for your property. Buying a commercial property is a long-term financial commitment, hence besides substantial savings, you should take into account other financial aspects of your life as well, like – needs of you and family, business and employees, etc. Without analyzing all these expenditures, if you happen to invest in a property, it could be the possibility that you land in a financial fix. Hence, plan your expenses, financial liabilities and financial commitments before going ahead with a deal or you will end up penniless and despairing with all your savings stuck in a property that is useless to you.

2) Lack of clear goals – Having your own work space is a dream that most business owners see with open eyes, however it is important that this dream has some realistic objectives or you will end up investing in a wrong property. First things first, think through the objective of the investment, list out both pros and cons of each of the property you think is the right fit, what are the returns that you expect, etc. Analyzing these factors will make sure that the property you are investing into will remain good for you not just in the present but in the future too.

3) Lack of research – While you may have enough assistance in picking the correct property, it is still critical to do your own research. The property location, growth around it, amenities around it, the social fabric that nestled the property are must to be researched about. A few other factors include – the water tables, type of soil and the projected growth and trust us – you must personally look into all these factors.

4) Involving emotions in the deal – When dealing with property investment, the biggest error one could make is- thinking emotionally rather than logically. Trusting someone blindly or investing in a property for one of its attributes, without complete research is a blunder made often but can be avoided quite simply. Look for multiple sources and make sure the property has – good location, good size, good and long list of amenities, etc., because as an investor you deserve nothing less than GOOD.

5) Lawsuits and paperwork – Investors hardly touch this aspect of commercial property, the property you are considering must be legally feasible as well. There should be no present or past litigations and investor must take legal advice from professionals to verify the authentication of the property documents. Frequently, a few of us resort to purchasing properties that come at shockingly low costs. This can be because of existing legal issues, ownership clashes and so on. Though the cost may be less but we advise you to never opt for such a property.

6) Disparaging costs and risks – As mentioned in the point above, some investors choose property that might be not be legally feasible
thinking they can handle the issues that it comes with. What they don’t contemplate with is the legal issues take years to get resolved and results in great financial and mental unrest. Again, a few investors look for old constructions and buy properties at depreciated values, in such cases the renovations and unforeseen expenditure causes a big jerk to the budget.

7) Either being in a rush or not taking action at all – Heard of an idiom “Make hay while the sun shines”, it goes perfect with commercial property investment. Buying in a rush without proper and adequate research is a blunder of a lifetime. Similarly, delaying and dragging the investment process is also not fruitful. So, we advise you to be quick and diligent with your research work, sort your finances and once all of this done, ink down the paper immediately.

These are some of the key factors that you must keep in mind while investing in property.

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