Lower your risk of a dud investment when buying sight unseen

I’ve personally bought many, many properties without personally viewing them myself, because I know that there are ways to reduce the potential dangers.

As an experienced investor, I’ve learnt the right questions to ask, the traps to avoid and the experts to engage to make sure my sight unseen investments stack up.

In saying this, I’ve seen many investors get burnt when buying out of town and it’s usually because they took shortcuts somewhere along the way.

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I’ve personally bought many, many properties without personally viewing them myself, because I know that there are ways to reduce the potential dangers.

As an experienced investor, I’ve learnt the right questions to ask, the traps to avoid and the experts to engage to make sure my sight unseen investments stack up.

In saying this, I’ve seen many investors get burnt when buying out of town and it’s usually because they took shortcuts somewhere along the way.

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