Lord Sugar recommends investing in property to make money
If you’re seeking a fresh start, a quick sale of your existing troublesome home could give you the cash to invest in something really worthwhile – like property with the potential to make money. And, according to Lord Sugar, sensible property development can be the key to long-term wealth.
With popular television show The Apprentice returning to the BBC this week, last year’s winner Mark Wright has been interviewed by The Telegraph about life after securing the £250,000 business investment prize from Lord Sugar.
“Lord Sugar said you make money from property and do business for fun,” Wright told the newspaper. “Many of our customers [at SEO company Climb Online] make money from property and I’d love to go into property development one day.”
For many people, the main barrier is the cash needed for investment, but selling an existing property could achieve that. An error of judgement earlier in life may have resulted in the purchase of a property with poor potential – due to location, overall quality or other problems – which has made it difficult to sell.
A quick sale to an express agency in the national property trade could generate enough cash to start anew and choose somewhere with much greater potential, at a wiser stage of life. Often, aesthetic upgrades and a few repairs can make a world of difference to a property’s value, especially in a sought-after location. A local property auction could be a good place to start getting an idea of investment costs.
Would you like to get cash for your home and make a fresh start somewhere else? Just ask National Homebuyers for advice, as we buy any house. Call 08000 443 911 or request a call back to find out how much you could get for your property.