Have you ever sat back and really looked at property investing to see what problems there are in growing your property investment portfolio as fast as you would like?
I am sure you do revise your thoughts on investing from time to time but something that has been brought to my notice more of late is the fact that many property investors are not growing their portfolios as fast as they thought they would.
Sure, the down turn in the market did affect property values for a while, but in looking at the cases I have heard of, finance has been one of the most problematic issues and that is not because the investors cannot get finance, but that the finance has not been set up for their best long term growth benefit from the outset.
Often an investor is so focused on getting the finance and having the lowest monthly repayments, that they do not take into account the long term strategy of building their portfolio.
Now, with the interest rates dropping and the banks not being able to charge exit fees, it surely is the time to talk to those that know how to set up your investment property finance structure in such a way that you are going to get the best growth overall. It is not all about how much money you are going to save this year or this month.
Not all investors are on fat salaries allowing them to exponentially grow portfolios of property, there is many an investor who is on a very average income who has managed, with the right finance structure, to build a healthy property portfolio.
It is a matter of getting ones head out of the sand and making the effort to get ahead, to stay motivated and keep moving forward.
Why not read this article about what steps to take to make sure that your learning curve is fed, and that you are seeking information and advice from other experienced and successful investors.