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Investing in property vs other asset classes and which should you consider

There are many ways to invest your money, with property being one of the most popular with people who would like to invest a large amount of capital in a tangible asset which has monthly returns. People also prefer other ways of investing like in bonds, equities, gold, commodities, and alternative investments. Each of these has its advantages and disadvantages.

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Photo shows mixed-use property where people rent flats above shops and residential use of the property below. Sp this shows a brick building with a shop at the bottom.

Why are mixed-use developments becoming so popular with investors?

A mixed-use property is a property which has multiple uses, which could be a flat with a shop beneath it. These properties often bridge the gap between commercial and leisure spaces, making these to be interesting investment opportunities as you can rent it out private tenants as well as businesses.

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Image shows a wooden house next to a bunch of keys and some documents to represent Special Purpose Vehicles in Property Investment which is spoken about in this article by Harbour Property Group.

What are SPV’s and when to use them in property investment

A special purpose vehicle (SPV) is a company structure set up for a specific purpose and in property investment. It refers to a limited company which is set up for the purpose of property investment. Landlords often use SPVs to purchase buy-to-let, holiday lets or commercial properties as it allows them to establish joint ventures with an investment company.

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An image of a JCB next to concrete blocks with houses covered in scaffolding in the background and a mound of dirt in the foreground. This is to represent off-plan purchasing as the image shows hoses being built.

Should you buy off-plan or is it better to invest in older properties?

Off-plan purchasing is buying a property from a builder’s plan before it has been built. This is an investment which will help the developer gain the capital needed to complete the project as they rarely have the funds for big residential developments to begin with so they allow you to put down a deposit to purchase one of the planned properties.

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