Bad Market?


Good Market?

(What everybody sees may not be true in the Washington Metropolitan Area)

5

Good Reasons Why It's the Best of Times

To Buy an Investment Property Today!

 

Reason #3

Diversification:

 

A rental property can diversify your investments if you are heavy in stocks.

Look what is happening on Wall Street lately. .

Are you sure you want to bet your future financial status into a roller coaster ride?

Are you sure you want to bet your retirement financials on the Germany economy?

The Chinese?

The French?

My point is that with an invested property you only have to control your tenants. .a much easier task that drafting peace accordance for the Middle East.

Diversification only means that you do not have all your eggs in one basket and real estate investing should be a good alternative for you.

 

As you know, the point of investment properties is to make a profit on the long or short run. The current market is all about renters and the need for housing.

If you can find a place that is affordable, near good schools, good transportation, and with plenty of jobs around. . you might just have a winner with plenty of tenants available and the possibilities of rental increases year after year..

The Washington Metropolitan area is all about jobs and we have one of the strongest markets in the USA right now.

 


There are no such guarantees in life and a rental property investment can turn bad as any other investment, but the rental property market right now has the TIMING for the odds to favor you over Wall Street.

 

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Read other reasons why you should buy an Investment Property Today

Reason #1: Purchasing Pre-Foreclosures

Reason #2: How Low Can It Go? Interest Rates

Reason #4: Future post

Reason #5: Future post

 

Fernando Herboso is broker for Herboso & Associates LLC

A company that specializes in Distressed Properties in located in Montgomery County Maryland

Serving Montgomery, Frederick and PG Counties.