Investment Property in Ramadi

Investment Real Estate in Ramadi

Investment Property in Ramadi
Investment Property in Ramadi

Ramadi property investment can be a worthwhile venture if you are selective with the areas you choose to invest in. If not, you could find that your investment suffers due to low rental yields, dwindling demand, and slow property price growth in many parts of Ramadi.

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Ramadi (Arabic: ٱلرَّمَادِي Ar-Ramādī; also formerly rendered as Rumadiyah or Rumadiya) is a city in central Iraq, about 110 kilometers (68 mi) west of Baghdad and 50 kilometers (31 mi) west of Fallujah. It is the capital and largest city of Al Anbar Governorate which touches on Syria, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. The city extends along the Euphrates which bisects Al Anbar. Founded by the Ottoman Empire in 1879, by 2018 it had about 223,500 residents, near all of whom Sunni Arabs from the Dulaim tribal confederation. It lies in the Sunni Triangle of western Iraq.

Ramadi occupies a highly strategic site on the Euphrates and the road west into Syria and Jordan. This has made it a hub for trade and traffic, from which the city gained significant prosperity. Its position has meant that it has been fought over several times, during the two World Wars and again during the Iraq War and Iraqi insurgency. It was heavily damaged during the Iraq War, when it was a major focus for the insurgency against occupying United States forces. Following the withdrawal of US forces from Iraq in 2011, the city was contested by the Iraqi government and the extremist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and fell to ISIL in May 2015. On 28 December 2015, the Iraqi government declared, confirming media testimonies, that it had re-taken Ramadi, that government’s first major military victory since its loss.

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The financial stability of Ramadi has translated into a real estate market that rewards forward planning and a willingness to look beyond areas of traditional affluence.


Buy to Rent in Ramadi


Renting out your Ramadi buy-to-rent investment property can grow wealth and income.


Whatever your goals with investment property in Ramadiare – preparation is key:


  • Set goals based on how much rental yield will be required and the local rental yield rates in Ramadi and be prepared to change your initial outlook.
  • Thoroughly research the Ramadi location with a special emphasis on fringe areas outside the main Ramadi metropolis that may be valued lower than their better-known neighbours. Rental yields of around 5% are still attainable in certain areas of Ramadi.
  • Ensure that your target investment property in Ramadi appeals to professionals. This is a demographic that ensures maximum income and low voids.
  • Finding and vetting suitable tenants is a job ideally left to the professionals. Working with an established letting agent with local knowledge and experience of property legislation will give you the best chance of success.

Flipping Investment Property in Ramadi

Flipping property in Ramadi


Flipping property is when we advise clients to buy a Ramadi property below market value, renovate it and then make a profit by selling it at a higher price, all within a few months, and often before the Ramadi market has a time to react to the renovation.


The Flipping Strategy in Ramadi


Investment property flipping in Ramadi is a simple strategy. You find a property that is in need of renovation from our list and purchase it for a low price. These type of Ramadi real estate investments are sometimes referred to by professionals as ‘distressed’ Ramadi real estate.


What is distressed Ramadi property:


  • Ramadi property in need of renovation
  • Ramadi real estate with a change of puropose and use
  • Oversold Ramadi property
  • Bank repossessions in Ramadi


Put simply, long term investors in Ramadi purchase the property, renovate it and make it a lot more attractive to potential buyers.


Calculate profit that you make from Ramadi investment property flipping:


Final Selling Price less Cost of Purchase less Costs = Profit

Here is an example:

Ramadi property purchase price: $220,000

Renovation costs: $20,000

Other costs: $25,000

Property sale price: $400,000

Profit: $135,000


Experienced property developers in Ramadi use a minimum profit value of 22% when looking at potential Ramadi projects. The reason for this is because there are lots that can go wrong in Ramadi property flipping and working on a potential margin of 22% should still leave a good margin of error.


Property Secured Investments is a Private Equity fund that invests in Ramadi and many other towns and cities across Europe. The fund is only available to Sophisticated Investors and closed to United States Citizens. While this is not an offer or promotion of the fund, more information can be found at the website

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