How to determine the best lands to invest in
How do you know if your choice isn’t poor, overpriced, or rife with problems?
Investing in land is one of the most profitable niches you can be in.
However, knowing how to choose the right kind of land is the difference between a
successful investment and a poor investment.
So, before you put pen to paper and finalize that agreement, here are 5 key criteria
prospective landowners or Investors must take into account to ensure they get the
best value for money.
Location– The location of the property is an important factor to consider when
investing in landed property. Landed properties should be located in areas where
populations and economies are growing or are (credibly)projected to grow. This is
because properties are in higher demand in such areas, and as a such rental, lease, or
purchase value will certainly rise over time. Take our Royal Haven Estate for
instance, located only 7-10mins from the well-known Caleb School, and O and O
Filing Station, it is a fantastic residential property sitting close enough to commercial activity. The very best of both worlds in the world of real estate.
Physical Features– The land’s physical qualities are a very important factor to
consider before committing to any landed property. You want to be sure the land
you’re buying is not compassed with problems. Find out everything from the land
time to the area’s history e.g Is it a wet or dry land? Was this a former swamp? Or is
it the kind of waterbody that can be and has been adequately reclaimed for
Development. Knowledge of all these things will save you from making a poor