“Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt, U.S. President
There are two types of investors in the world at any given time
We help investors who aren’t afraid to jump in and start investing.
We help investors who have capital invest but don’t know where to begin.
No matter what country you’re living in, the stock market and other major investment options can be overwhelming, volatile, and unpredictable, which makes opportunities like rental investing far more appealing, especially when professionally managed.
4 Benefits of Buy and Hold Real Estate investing
It’s a slow-changing industry with an established framework for financing, legal issues, taxation, among others.
There are enormous tax benefits that come with investing in real estate that can dramatically change your life if planned corrected.
Rental investing allows you to recover or build equity as investors collect rents, while appreciating in value over time.
There is an established financing framework for buy-and-hold investors who choose to sell there rental investments.
What To Consider When Investing in Rentals
When buying rentals one of the most important factors is the due diligence of the real estate asset. When performing due diligence it’s important to work with a broker who understands the importance of performing thorough and property due diligence. Due diligence is about asking the right questions to obtain the right answers and trusting but verifying all known facts and representations of the seller.
Is it in a good neighborhood? Is it safe? Is it near restaurants or entertainment sources that will make it more appealing to people? What are the local schools like?
No one wants to experience a headache simply from trying to park their car. Make sure you choose a property that has ample parking, whether it’s a driveway or street parking nearby.
Determine the current tax rate, property tax, and make sure there are no future planned tax increases. Remember, property tax may change from one buyer to another or from year-to-year.
Properties in up-and-coming areas can be especially attractive to real estate investors, so do your research on different neighborhoods’ plans before deciding.
What is the average lease payment in the area? If rates are too low, this could mean that there is an oversupply of inventory or that the area is not desirable.