By Eric Tyson MBA, Robert S. Griswold MBA
Genuine property making an investment For Dummies, 2d variation, is totally revised and up to date that can assist you conquer the demanding situations and and reap the benefits of the possibilities in any genuine property surroundings, together with a down industry. yet Eric Tyson and Robert Griswold's middle message continues to be as correct this day because it did upon the preliminary book of actual property making an investment For Dummies -- making an investment in genuine property is time-tested automobile to construct wealth within the long-term. Tyson and Griswold do not inform you the best way to turn into a millionaire in a single day. as an alternative, they give confirmed, functional, and actionable recommendation in order that in case you selected to take a position in income-producing homes, you are able to do so correctly and hopefully.
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Eal estate is just one of many available investment options, so in this part, we compare and contrast real estate investing with alternatives you may consider. We discuss the realities of investing in and managing rental properties (both the pros and the cons) and how to fit real estate into your overall personal financial plans. We also cover the gamut of real estate investments you have to choose from and how to begin to assemble a team of competent professionals to assist you with the process.
Single-family homes As an investment, single-family detached homes generally perform better in the long run than attached or shared housing. In a good real estate market, most housing appreciates, but single-family homes tend to outperform other housing types for the following reasons: ✓ Single-family homes tend to attract more potential buyers — most people, when they can afford it, prefer a detached or stand-alone home, especially for the increased privacy. ✓ Attached or shared housing is less expensive and easier to build and to overbuild; because of this surplus potential, such property tends to appreciate more moderately in price.
If you want to be more aggressive and are comfortable taking on greater risk, you can invest higher portions in ownership investments. As you consider asset allocation, when classifying your investments, determine and use your equity in your real estate holdings, which is the market value of property less outstanding mortgages. For example, suppose that prior to buying an investment property, your long-term investments consist of the following: Stocks $150,000 Bonds $50,000 CDs $50,000 Total $250,000 So, you have 60 percent in ownership investments ($150,000) and 40 percent in lending investments ($50,000 + $50,000).