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Investing in real estate attracts many, and for good reason. As to how it works, there are a lot of likeliness as with any other type of investing. It is buying at a low price and sell at a much higher price, generally speaking. The trick is to know where you are on the curve of the pricing of any real estate that you are looking at.

In real estate, there are always places that are better or worse when it comes to investing particularly in the demand and supply ratio. Use the following investment educators:

Investment Demand

  1. Is there a rapid population growth?  Check out statistics. Avoid areas that have little growth.
  2. How is the job stability? People move to areas where there’s employment. You may ask local authorities or use the census information.
  3. Decent quality of life? Standard indicators of the quality of life include not only wealth and employment but also the built environment, physical and mental health, education, recreation and leisure time, and social belonging. Are there theaters and bookstores? Count coffee shops and cafes. Trendy areas usually have increasing demand for housing. It’s also a good indication of a high quality-of-life if people are willing to take lower-paying jobs just to live there.
  4. Wealth in the area? It is always a good sign when there is some degree of wealth in a town. Count rich homes. Wealth means everything doesn’t die when the economy slows.

Investment Supply

  1. How much new developments?  It’s not just present amenities that matter, but future ones as well. Plans for schools, hospitals, public transportation, and other public infrastructure can dramatically improve property values in the area.
  2. How many homes for sale? A lower supply of homes for sale means upward pressure on prices. This indirectly drives up rents as well, which makes for better investing.
  3. Rent and vacancy levels? Vacancy rates can be higher in less popular areas. Keeping track of vacancy rates compared to other factors such as rental prices, location, and demographics, is another good way to identify growth suburbs.
  4. Available land that is suitable for building? Less is better for future appreciation. When the land runs out, the prices start accelerating upwards.

Bakersfield real estate can offer great opportunity for investors or home buyers. It is better to have the necessary information and knowledge about real estate investing before entering to this kind of venture.

Hiring a real estate agent can be an option. Make sure to allocate time in finding the one that has the proper abilities, skills, expertise and experiences.

Investing in real estate requires lots of work so in order for you to gain success, you need to be extra careful and consider all the factors above that need to be look up and accomplish.

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Sanjeev Advani

• Hundreds of Investment Real Estate transactions successfully closed • 350+ Units currently under Property Management • 3+ Years of Construction Management Experience • Certified Property Manager, CCIM (In Progress) • Bachelors in Finance • Bakersfield, CA Native Deep Dive: I have been licensed in real estate for almost 10 years, and I have been specializing in investment and commercial real estate for the past 6 years. Through the years I have worked with Real Estate Developers, Investors, Average Joes, and many more. I am a Bakersfield native, and my educational background is in Finance. I have just completed the CPM (Certified Property Manager) certification which is one of the most prestigious designations in the Property Management Industry, with less than 1800 members world wide. I am also the President of the Board for Habitat for Humanity Golden Empire, the Vice President of the Board for Income Property Association of Kern County (IPAK), and Vice Chair of the Commercial Investment committee at the Board of Realtors. I look forward to working with you towards your real estate investment goals. Sunny Advani California Agent Lic# 01869863 | California Broker Lic# 02012941 Email: Sunny@RE-Synergy.com | Phone: +1 661 235 5726