Do You Want Income, Equity Or Both?

Again, what I am about to say is a generalisation – but it will nevertheless help you to form your property investment plan.
If you are ‘income rich’ ie., your current and anticipated future earnings are well in excess of your current or anticipated future outgoings – buying property to achieve higher net rental income may be less important to you.

Whilst you may still want your basic property costs – mortgage, management fees, and buildings insurance, to be covered by your rent – you may decide to buy the highest value property where this can be achieved.