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Due Dilligence

All investors should carry out due dillegence before making an investment for example;

Understanding the underlying fundamentals of what the investment actually does, its target market and unique selling points.
Establish what is the realistic current market value of the asset.
Assess how much realistic profit the property / business will deliver over the investment period.
How much borrowing does the developer / business have, is it good borrowing, what has been spent on business assets v directors salaries.
What does the balance sheet look like.
What is the management team like do they have a good track record.
It is also good practice as an investor to make sure you diversify your investments to avoid bubbles.
Try to avoid borrowing to invest,though current low interest rates can make this enticing.
Don't make investment decisions based on emotions rather use hard facts.