Real estate for investment - opportunities, how is profitability calculated?


Real estate for investment is short-term and long-term.

Short term: an investor buys real estate at the very start of construction, at the stage of excavation. This can be a pre-sale (pre-sale at the lowest prices), or closed sales, when a refundable deposit is made and investors are offered a choice of:

1. the best real estate options (number of floors, view from the window, layout, placement on the floor, etc.);

2. low cost per sq.m (after the official announcement and the start of sales, the price will instantly rise by 15-20%);

3. Favorable conditions for installment payments, perhaps even an individual payment schedule.

As the construction is completed, the price of the property at each stage of construction will increase by 3-5%, which will amount to an increase in capitalization by an average of 25-30% to the invested funds by the time construction is completed.

Long term: The investor buys real estate for further renting out. In terms of yield, it can vary depending on various factors, including location, popularity of the area, rent levels, and seasonality.

Calculation of profitability based on average statistical indicators for the last 2 years, which is closer to reality.

The average yield from renting out is about 8-10% of the value of the property.