Are you looking at investing in a new property? Are you on the lookout for your dream home? Or simply looking for options to generate passive income? If you have answered “Yes” to these questions, then PropNex’s Consumer Empowerment Seminar is right for you.

Our Consumer Empowerment Seminar will help you achieve your goals of finding your dream home. So too having a constant stream of passive income and capital growth through investing in properties. Above all, these knowledge can benefit your future generations.

Why Should You Invest in Property?

You can use other people’s money
Leverage: banks fund up to or more than 70% of the investment
Properties go up in value over time

Why Listen to Us?

We are a large professional international real estate agency established and operating in Vietnam’s semi-transparent property market. Importantly, through Consumer Empowerment Seminar we provide our clients with unbiased property investment advice and the most optimum solutions. In particular, we offer privileged investment opportunities for you to grow your property portfolio and safeguard your wealth, customised according to your own circumstances and needs.

As a matter of fact, we pride ourselves on giving our clients the best possible advice on all aspects of property investment. Specifically to implement a sound workable strategy that delivers financial security for them and their loved ones in an ever-changing world.

Would You Like Our Advice Before Making Your Investment Decision?

Learn the Trade & Acquire the Tools for A Successful Property Investment:

How you can become a successful property investor?

It is one thing to be a property investor but another to be a successful property investor. Avoid costly mistakes that most inexperienced investors make, even if you are yourself a first-time investor.

How to buy your first (subsequent) properties with the right mind-set and strategies?

You can invest in property but your investment may not be profitable. Why? Because there was no proper preparation before you took the jump. Since there is an element of risk in property investing, you need careful planning before you can reap the profits.

How to source the best and hottest property deals?

Not all properties are worth investing. We did the hard work of crunching the data and has discovered a few value buys. Come check out our top picks!

Wisely decide: Buy, sell or hold on to what you got now?

You are the owner of a property for a number of years now. But are you aware of whether it is a good time to sell now and upgrade, or should you hold on to it longer? If so, do you have the financial capacity to hold on to 2 properties at the same time?

Learn to choose the right property type for your income level

Everyone has varying income levels and so not all property types are suitable for you. But do you know what are the options that are available to you? Should you consider a mid-range or premium housing product? Or can you even stretch your dollar to buy a luxury property?

Understand how it is possible for you to own your dream home.

You have been eyeing that dream home of yours for quite some time now. Should you wait until the prices come down or should you decide now? Find out what are the most important considerations to make before making that crucial decision. Do you also know what are some of the current regulatory changes that could affect you?

Interested to Learn More? Join Us for Our Next Consumer Empowerment Seminar.

Investment Strategies

The purpose of our Consumer Empowerment Seminar is to look at “active real estate investing”; A hands-on management or delegation of responsibilities. As an active real estate investor, you can work on it on a part-time or full-time basis depending on the number of their investment properties and the nature of those investments.

You are likely to invest in properties as a private individual or with a few other joint-owners, so you will be shouldering quite a bit of responsibility in ensuring the success of an investment property. Because of this, you will need a deep understanding of how to invest in real estate, including financial acumen, and negotiation skills to improve your capital rate and overall return on investment. Thus, this is where our Consumer Empowerment Seminar comes into play.

Your Investment strategy is like your game plan to building your portfolio and it is very important that you find one that is right for your objectives and situation in life. A 30-year-old should have a different strategy then a 70-year-old.

We always spend time planning for our workday, holiday, and buying a car, but we often forget (or choose to overlook) the most important plan of all: mapping out our investment strategy and plan for old age and retirement.

Investing your money in property is a great way to diversify your portfolio with investments that are largely uncorrelated to stock market movements. Most financial planners recommend every investor hold some form of real estate to maintain a balanced investment. With stock markets being volatile, thinking about alternative investments is important.

Without an investment strategy is like a football team going into a match without a game plan. Although they are not necessary, they significantly improve your chances of winning. We have gathered the various real estate investment strategies for you to tailor as your own.

Value Investing:

  • Buy properties that are cheaper than what they should be; Finding properties that are under-priced takes a lot of research on comparative products in the general market. In a semi-transparent market like Vietnam, actual property transaction figures are hard to come by, and chances are you have to rely on the numbers your real estate agent provides.

Income Investing:

  • Buy properties that generate rental income on a fixed and consistent schedule. Fixed income investment is a reliable minimal risk strategy and is a great way to accumulate wealth over time. Income investing involves identifying, acquiring, and managing residential units that can be potentially rented out for a profit. Although not always possible in Vietnam’s rapidly growing and increasingly expensive market, you should strive for positive cashflow; Meaning that the monthly rental income exceeds the monthly expense liabilities of owning the property. Investors may choose to just break even or top-up (fund) part of the monthly liabilities in anticipation subsequently selling the property for more money in the future.

Growth Investing:

  • Buy properties that have a large potential for capital appreciation. Growth investors look for residential properties in upcoming locations that show signs of higher-than-average growth rate. A generally riskier strategy, growth investing involves a judging the future value of a residential property by taking into account location centric factors such as key infrastructure works, neighbourhood amenities, connectivity to commercial hubs, and future government masterplans.

Flip Investing:

  • Property-flipping is the most active, hands-on way to invest in real estate. In a house flip, an investor purchases a home, makes changes and renovations to improve its value in the market, and then sells it at a higher price. House-flipping is generally a short-term investment, because the longer the investor owns the home without leasing it out to tenants, the more their expenses add up. This eats away at their return potential when they sell it. Investors can repair or renovate the home to increase its sale price or sell it without making any repairs when its value in the housing market increases due to external factors.

Speculative Investing:

  • Investor signs a contract to buy a property and put down a money deposit on a property unit that they believe is priced below market value or when the product market moves up due to emotional buyers, and subsequently “sells” by reassigning that contract quickly to another investor at a higher price for a profit. Technically, a speculative investor gets a decent fee for flipping a contract to a buyer. This is a risky venture, also requiring real estate and financial expertise. It demands sound due diligence and access to a network of potential buyers in order to sell the property within a short timeframe at a profitable price. Otherwise, like flipping, you risk not earning a profit or, worse, losing money.

Setting up your investment strategy is like buying a new car, before you look at the different models, you need to figure out what style suits you best. And just like cars, there are many styles to choose from when creating an investment strategy. When choosing a suitable investing strategy specific for yourself, there are questions you need to answer first:

What is your investment horizon?
What returns are you seeking to achieve?
How much risk are you able to tolerate?
Determining what will be your percentage breakdown between upfront cash, future instalments and secured financing?

Answering these questions will ultimately help in building your property investment portfolio and is a good start towards creating your investment strategy.

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