Lending Outside The Box
Talk to most investors about their dream property and they would probably choose a solid brick house on a prime section, or a renovated apartment in a well-located area. But for some investors, the quirkier, more unusual homes can offer up exciting investment opportunities.
Occasionally, investors are prepared to look beyond the ordinary and invest in homes that are a little outside of the box. Some might even consider a home that comes flat-packed in a box. Over the past few years, non-traditional properties have become more common as people look for alternatives amid the ongoing housing crisis. Studio apartments, tiny homes and prefabs have all risen in popularity.