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Pros of investing in real estate
Dealing with tenants can cost a great deal and a time suck. It isn’t something you can do during your off-time—especially if it’s a rental. Tenants will always need something, and you may not be able to put them off if there’s an emergency.
o As an investor, you may want and need to consider hiring a contractor to handle repairs and renovations of your flip, or a property manager to oversee the upkeep of your rental. This may cut into your bottom line, but it does reduce your valuable time overseeing your investment.
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Let’s compare what we do to the stock market
The stock market is subject to several different kinds of risk: Market risk, economic risks, and inflationary risk.
• Stock values can be extremely volatile, meaning prices are subject to fluctuations in the market. Volatility can be caused by geopolitical as well as company-specific events.
For instance, a company has operations in another country. This foreign division is subject to the laws and rules of that nation. But if that country’s economy has problems, or any political troubles arise, that company’s stock may suffer.
• Stocks are also subject to the economic cycle as well as monetary policy, regulations, tax revisions, or even changes in the interest rates set by a country’s central bank.
Becoming a confident investor takes skill, not secrets
There’s no magic secret. Becoming a financial investor takes time and a dedication to education. My favorite book when starting apartment investing is The Perfect Investment by Paul Moore. It compares, stocks, mutual funds, bonds, oil, single family rental investments versus apartment investing. It discusses the pros and cons not just painting a pretty picture of Multifamily investments. It’s a quick read also on audiobooks.
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Most of the comparison information in this post is from Ryan Boykin originally posted here: https://www.investopedia.com/investing/reasons-invest-real-estate-vs-stock-market/
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