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PRICE TRAP: AFTER THOUGHT CHARGES

What is your reaction when someone shouts SURPRISE! Let me tell you, you are excited and worried both. Anticipation gets the best of you and if the surprises are from the rea...

PRICE TRAP: INCREASE IN SUPER AREA

Many years back my mother offered me a piece of cake that looked small to me. She asked me if I wanted 1 more piece. I said yes. She leaned over & cut the existing piece. Now...

Price Trap Three – Heavy Marketing Push

In the last three Road to Riches Blogs, I have outlined two most common price traps that buyers fall for while buying Real Estate. Trap One = Big Brand Builders and Trap Two = Loca...

Price Trap Two – LOCATION.

After addressing the most common Price Trap, The Big Brand Builders, in some detail, I move to another price trap Real Estate buyers/investors often fall for – Location. Read about...

The ‘BIG BRAND BUILDER’ | Trap – Part 2

Continuing from my last blog Price Trap One – ‘Big Brand’ Builders, I offer a few more reasons why it may not always be profitable to invest in a project by a big-name builder....

Price Trap One – ‘Big Brand’ Builders.

We have already established that for profitable investments in Real Estate, an investor must ‘Price the market’ and not attempt to ‘time the market’. The purchase (or entry) price ...

Key to Profitable Investment in Real Estate

In my last blog, I introduced the concept of “Intrinsic Value” of a real estate project and how it is the key indicator for ascertaining the viability – and potential profitability...

Don’t Time the market, Price the market.

In the preceding two blogs, I had introduced the concept of Real Estate as an Asset Class and had outlined the basic thumb rules for making Investments in Real Estate. In this blog...

Rules of Thumb for Real Estate Investments

As I stressed in my previous blog, Real Estate Investment is an extremely specialized subject that required thoroughness in understanding of this asset class with excruciating deta...

An Asset that can set you up for life.

I take a brief pause, once again, to thank you - my readers - for your encouraging response to this newsletter series. I’m glad I have been able to add value to your journey of Fin...