How to Identify the Right Time to Invest In Real Estate

ICG Real Estate Investments
When is too early to start investing in my future? Am I really ready to start investing in real estate? Do I have the time and the experience to do it? What if I make a mistake? 
These are some of the questions I am asked all the time by potential clients. There are some who are hesitant about taking the plunge, so to speak, while others have a spouse or a family member who is averse to the idea. So how do you get around that? When should you start investing and how to know if you are truly ready for it? Find out here.

Investing doesn’t need you to be an expert.

Much of the hesitancy comes from diffidence and a simple lack of experience. People believe that one has to be really clued into the real estate scene to make informed choices and decisions. They also – erroneously – believe that as a homeowner they have to be hands on and that this will take up a lot of time. Fortunately, these are all misconceptions. You don’t need to be an expert and nor do you need to invest a lot of time and effort into your real estate investment. Check out this short video where I crunch a few numbers and explain the Fannie Mae rules among other things.
At ICG we offer expert guidance for you – whether you want to buy one or one hundred homes. We put you in touch with developers, reliable property managers and guide you through the loan process. At no extra cost to you, you have access to our carefully cultivated network of professionals who will save you time and help to safeguard your investment. So really, when you think about it, investing in real estate is not at all the daunting proposition that many think of it as.

You are never too young to start investing in your future.

For those who think they are too young to start investing for their retirement, let me disabuse them of the notion. The fact is, one is never too young to start investing in one’s future and financial security. It is also never too late! I have had people in their 20s and 30s approach me for real estate investments, and I have also had people start investing in their 60s and 70s!
Still have doubts? Are you wondering if you are financially ready to make the commitment? Or perhaps you are sure and a spouse or other family member is the one that needs some convincing? Well this is also something that I frequently help people out with. Check out this short episode where I answer some of the questions I am frequently asked. I explain how to take the next step towards your future financial security, and how you can ensure that you make the best choices for yourself and your family.