As inventory levels rise and the economy teeters on the brink of recession, many real estate investors are pondering their next moves. While opportunities are likely to become available in the next phase of the cycle, one of the most important things investors can do right now is ensure that their occupancy is as high as possible. With potential layoffs ahead, it’s important to attract quality tenants and serve them well to maximize your investment potential in a changing environment.
While mortgage rates have ticked up through Q1, hopefully cooling a scorching hot real estate market, this series of events is a shining example of why investors should take great care to protect themselves from these kinds of market forces, and how valuable real estate is as a protection against inflation itself.
Today we’re discussing the pros and cons of single-family investing to help investors understand if this strategy is in alignment with their financial goals.
There’s really no secret as to why real estate is the wealth building tool for serious investors worldwide. Equity, cash flow, appreciation, these are the staple benefits of proper real estate investing strategies and the catalyst behind its wealth building effects. It’s also true that there are other valuable effects of proper real estate investing …