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What makes the perfect investor?

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Real estate Pat | 04 Dec 2014, 02:38 PM Agree 0
What characteristics define the perfect investor? How should real estate professionals be building relationships with them, both in the short and in the long-term?
  • alexiscooper5 | 18 Dec 2014, 04:25 AM Agree 0
    Perfect investor are those which are invest in those things where they will definitely get benefits.
  • Alvin | 02 Jan 2015, 04:29 AM Agree 0
    Here are few characteristics define the perfect investor:
    1. Good investors look for long-term income, not quick money.
    2. Understand basic economics.
    3. Surround themselves with a good team.
    4. Have superior communication skills.
  • Alvin | 04 Feb 2015, 09:11 AM Agree 0
    If you really want to be an outstanding investor, there’s no better person to emulate than Warren Buffett.But still there are certain characteristics that one must have to become a good investor:

    1. Discipline: set your rules of investing and stick to them.

    2. Pick the winner: Invest only on those property which has high value return.

    3. Be Patient: Successful investors are very patient. When they make their calculations on an investment, they are prepared to wait to make sure their plan materialize. They plan to take advantage of a short term bulls market but as a back up plan, they still plan to hold on for as long as.

    4. Strong emotional control: Every true investor knows that the market is driven by sentiment. Market surges and declines are mainly caused by two emotional factors; fear and greed. Average investors investment is based on these emotions but successful investors have a stronger control over these emotions. They don’t allow the talks of investment pundits or financial advisors affect their choice or method of investing.

    5. Learn from mistakes: Successful investors make mistakes but they are not discouraged by these mistakes because they know mistakes are part of the process to becoming a better investor. Average investors perceive mistakes as bad but successful investors see mistakes as an opportunity to learn something new.
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