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Should You Invest in Real Estate Now to Avoid Further Losses to Your Stock Portfolio?

George Trombley - Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Property Management Blog




Are you an investor who has money in stocks right now? If so, you probably have been watching the news and witnessing the “bloodbath” in the stock market on a daily basis because, one day the DOW is down by 600 points then the next day it's up by 400.


Sadly, the stock market correction has only just arrived and many investors are predicting that the stock market could lose up to another 2500 points within the coming month, this is why every investor who has their money in stocks should consider investing their money in real estate to avoid further losses.


Why Residential Real Estate?


Like other investors, you may be asking the question “why should I invest my money in real estate, when I can invest in x investment?” and the answer to this question is simple. You should invest in the residential real estate because, the success of real estate is not tied to the economy or the stock market so it doesn't matter if stocks are going up or down, or if the economy is crashing, you can always expect a consistent return from your real estate Investments.


Single Family Homes or Multi-Family Properties?


Before investing in the residential real estate, you may be asking yourself if you should invest in single-family homes or multi-family properties. The answer to this question solely depends upon your personal preference for the type of real estate that you would like to own. 


Many investors like investing in single-family homes because they prefer the comfort and security which comes from living in a single-family home themselves but, as an investor, you should always be looking at which investment will give you the highest return on your money.


When you invest in multi-family rental properties, the reality of this investment is that more doors equal more money.  Investing in multifamily rental properties also means that you can have turn over at your rental property and still be earning income on a monthly basis from your other units compared to a single-family home which will not be earning you any income when it's vacant.


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For more information on which single family homes, multi-family or which type of real estate would be the best investment for you to make contact us today by calling (702) 903-3556 or click here to connect with us online. 


 
 


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