Again, having stable cash flow is great for minimizing risk exposure, so look for properties that can cash flow within the first few months of your acquisition. If your property is not cash flowing and you can’t meet your debt services to the bank, then you will be forced to sell your property. To avoid defaulting on a loan, make sure that you have enough capital reserves and your underwriting is conservative.
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John Oakley, chairman of the Kent branch of the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), said Kent agents are reporting the most successful month in terms of sales since February last year.He said: “Now is definitely a good time to buy. The general trend is that enquiry levels are up, especially from first time buyers, and more and more people are in the market to move.”Statistics from HM Revenue Customs indicate there has been a 40 per cent increase in house sales nationally between February and March, rising to 60,000.Kent is broadly in line with this trend, according to Mr Oakley.National figures released by the NAEA on Friday show the number of people hunting for a new home in March rose by 12 per cent.These figures also show the number of house sales per agent increased to nine the largest average figure in over a year.A large proportion 23 per cent of sales were to first time buyers who are beginning to get their foot on the property ladder.Keith Breading, managing director of WH Breading Son, an independent estate agent in Faversham, agrees with the NAEA’s view.He said: “There’s definitely been a marked improvement in this area. I’m sure it’s going to continue.”I believe the pendulum is at its lowest point and it is about to swing back up again.