Counting on a hot property

The key aim of property investment is to acquire an asset that generates income, at minimum personal cost.

Thursday, October 31st 2002, 12:10PM

by The Landlord

Ideally, the tenant pays enough rent to cover the property's entire mortgage and operating expenses (excluding the initial deposit).
In that case, by the end of the mortgage term the investor would own a house that they had only contributed a small amount of money towards.
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