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Property Investment Appraisals - Worth Every Penny
If you are thinking of investing in real estate, you need to make sure to get an investment
appraisal from Peak Appraisals, before you begin any purchase. Real estate can be a very profitable business because of the instability
of the market and fluxuation of prices. However, for the same reasons, it can also have the potential
for a huge loss, if the property you invest in does not have enough leverage to cover the purchase.
By hiring Peak Appraisals to appraise a property before you purchase it, we can help you maximize your profits and
return on investment. Here are a few reasons to partner with Peak Appraisals:
Bottom Line - You cannot afford NOT to have Peak Appraisals value your investment.
- We take the emotion out of buying
- We help mitigate the risk and manage the expectations
- We prevent making costly mistakes buying the wrong property
- We help you understand exactly what your Retun on Investment (ROI) will be
Call us today to learn more about how we can help you earn more from your investment - 720.217.7084
What Is A Real Estate Investment Appraisal?
Peak Appraisals completes a real estate investment appraisal by examining your potential
investment property with the intention of finding out how much it is worth:
a) In its current state Additionally, we will determine the
current market trends for the neighborhood that you intend to invest into in order to help determine the rate of return, Sell / Hold Strategies, or future trends.
In the end, we can tell you whether the property is worth the price being asked for, if it will be of a good resale value, and if you have the
potential to gain or lose on your investment.
b) In a future state based upon
remodeling or improvements
c) If it will have any cash flow if used as a rental property.
What Is An Investment Property?
Simply put - An investment property is a property that is purchased with the sole intention of making money from it.
Homes or property that are bought with the intention to live in them do not count as investment properties, but if an
investor buys a residential property to "flip", to rent, or to sell later for a higher price, it is considered an investment property.
How Do Investors Attain a Real Estate Investment Appraisal?
If an investor is thinking of making a purchase in an investment property, the very first thing to do is
to get an appraisal to make sure the asking price is fair and accurate for the market the property is
selling in. If the house is overpriced, it obviously will not sell. However, if the house is severely
underpriced, the investor must ascertain what is wrong with the property that the owner is willing to
take such a loss on it.
Peak Appraisals understands these scenarios and have helped numerous
property investment companies turn hundreds of properties with the intention to make a profit. By hiring us
we help take the Risk Management out of the equation. With our report you can weigh your options and determine which one
will give you the highest return on investment (ROI).
Why Is An Unbiased Appraisal Important?
The property owner is trying to make a sale, and a buyer has $$ in their eyeballs. Both are full of emotion. Emotion is the
most destructive force is making a profit in investment real estate. Emotion causes all parties to have unrealistic expectations and
in some cases make a bad decision. Additionally, a potential buyer, or his real estate agents, wants to make the best deal possible on a property,
especially if there is commission involved. Once again - Emotional Involvement. For all of these reasons, getting an unbiased real estate investment
appraisal before making a potentially fatal revenue mistake is essential. It boils down to this, if someone who is biased to make more money is helping
make decisions then you will be paying too much for the property. We take the Emotion out of the purchase and help you make smart decisions.
Bottom Line - Research your property before making a sale or purchase, and get a good appraisal so you know what you should be spending and could potentially be making.