Earn two types of return. One for today and one for tomorrow...
Creates regular passive income
Many investors are attracted to real estate because of its simplicity as an investable asset class. Think about it, over 7.5 billion people call this planet home and all of them need a roof over their heads and a place to work. By owning a property, you are able to rent it out and start earning a secondary income right away. Compared to other assets, real estate provides regular dividends that investors can expect. In comparison, stocks may not always yield dividends and gold is usually held to negate the effects of inflation.
Increases your wealth
Investing in real estate, like many other investments is most beneficial when you have a long-term goal in mind. The wonderful thing about real estate is that it tends to increase in value over the long-term. At a later stage, your property may appreciate in value, thereby providing you greater returns when you choose to sell. Some academics investigated the return rate of various investable assets in 16 economies and found that residential real estate outperformed all other asset classes over a period of 145 years, returning an average of 7.05% a year.
Reduces risk and optimizes earnings
Adding direct real estate to your personal investments portfolio reduces your risk and may increase overall returns. This is because unlike other investment assets, direct real estate is not affected by the performance of other asset classes, such as bonds and stocks. Furthermore, even during periods where real estate may decrease in value, you still earn rental income.
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You can think of standard deviation as the "volatility" in risk. A lower standard deviation means a lower risk profile