Investment EvaluationPosted In CategoryBuying Property
UUzair 2 years ago
I am in process of exploring different investment options in real estate. I have bought a house in past but not traded plots. Is it possible to identify key points to look out for when evaluating a plot purely for investment purpose? I know all plots are different but are there any investment rules or minimum standards that should be kept in mind to select the right kind of plot for investment.
UUmair 2 years ago
When a particular size is in abundance, it has many sellers as well and therefore perhaps a lower market gain potential. If a particular plot size is in short supply, its gain potential is much higher. That's just my observation.
KKhizer 2 years ago
Go for smaller sizes not more than 10 marla (gains quickly and sells off quickly)
Location and Access go side by side. It is just like walking on one leg so both are important. Then consider development standards and other matters.
SShehzad 2 years ago
It is better to go for what is there in the present (jo samne nazar aaraha hai). Don't bet on the future ke agar yahan se ye road guzar jae ya ye ho jae. Because agar na hua then you will be in loss.
AAbrar 2 years ago
You are a small investor so best is to go with the trend and never against the trend. When prices are increasing invest rather than wait for the reversal point.
ZZulfiqar 2 years ago
Always invest in the size which is in abundance in a given society. Better buy leveled, height view, corner, south face (sun face) plots.
AAdil 2 years ago
I didn't get your point Mr.Uzair?
MMansoor89 2 years ago
No idea about it.
AAsfand 2 years ago
The most common measure of a stock is the price/earnings, or P/E ratio, which takes the share price and divides it by a company's annual net income