Historically, real estate has always been a rising commodity. A second home to rent out, a duplex, or small apartment building can all be great opportunities to generate financial freedom for yourself and your family, if you understand the financial commitments involved and the maintenance required to keep the value of a property at its peak level.
Investing in real estate is different than owning your own home. If you're becoming a landlord and renting out your investment property, for example, you'll have to understand the legal obligations of the landlord/tenant relationship. And when you search for an investment property, you'll need to be able to assess which property is likely to have the best Return on Investment.
All Star has dealt with landlords and tenants for many years and can advise you both on the buying and the maintenance of your investment property.
- The legalities involved in owning an investment property.
- The market analysis for each property you are considering.
- Tips for realizing the greatest long and short term gain on your investment.
- The pros and cons of investing in different neighborhoods and areas.
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