Nothing is more secure than investing in real estate
It is a good way to generate cash flow and gain equity.
Investing in real estate can get you both long term as well as short term benefits.
Investing in real estate is the most stable form of investment.
If there is an increase in value, your equity increases and so does the net worth.
You might even qualify for certain tax deductions or advantages
A moderate rate of return will ensure that you make a big profit when selling your property.
The disadvantages of investing in real estate are:
Investing in real estate takes time, management and planning.
It is not like a bank account that you can open and allow to work on its own.
If you are investing in real estate and plan to rent out the property, you will have to carry out all your responsibilities towards tenants.
You might be open to legal troubles by investing in real estate and renting the property.
There is no guarantee of the returns.
Investing in real estate is like a full time job
You must make a good judgment as to when to sell - sell too early or too late and you might not make up on your investments.
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