In the real estate world, you commonly think of houses, building or any piece of land to use. But when you add investment to its word, it will give you a different definition. Once it generates income and the owner bought multiple pieces of real estate. Most likely, it is for rental purposes one of which will be the primary residence and others will be for rental income. There is also different tax implication (capital gain) when its use for investment, as property value appraises over a period of time.
When it comes to investing real estate, it is more than a place you own or a place where you live, an added building or land wherein you are earning profit, or you are gaining. Depending on how you invest. Some purchased more than one property for the purpose of living and others to earn by looking for tenants. The place or where you’re putting that actual investment is what you call as real estate, and if your purpose is to gain profit out of it, you are already investing. It is beyond a home to live but it is more of an investment.
1. Buying and investing real estate is more complicated. Unlike investing in stocks and bonds; you are just waiting for the right signal of buying and selling. But here, it depends with the tenants that you have, because there are some tenants that do not care with your property. You set rules and regulations for them to follow, they just don’t mind. Then one day they’ll call you and report the wreck of your ceiling and comfort room, though, things can still be fix, you still can manage, what if, your tenant is not willing to pay for the damages? Your cash flow will be affected. And the worst thing that will happen is; when they unable to pay the rent at all.
You as an investor must think of ways on how to deal with worst scenario. You have to think out of the box, or keeping your heads up. These things can be avoided, if you have precautionary measures in tail; like you are able to investigate further, the person or family that wants to rent your house for example. It is not enough that they are able to provide you details of their income, doing a back ground check will help (history from where they last rented). In that manner you will have idea how to deal them. Remember, your house is an investing real estate and not a charity institution.
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