Top Reasons Real Estate Is The Smartest & Most Profitable Investment You Could Maker

Updated: Apr 30, 2020


Top Reasons Real Estate is the Smartest and Most Profitable Investment You Could Make The vast majority of the population spends, their lives working a 9-5 to earn a “steady” paycheck. But somehow, the wealthy have managed to unlocked the secret to working less while making their money work for them. So what is it that the wealthy know that the rest of us don’t? The wealthy have managed to learn the power of investing in real estate. Real estate has the ability to generate passive income and provide a path toward building wealth.

Every dollar you invest in real estate works for you in five different ways: ● Cash flow ● Leverage ● Equity ● Appreciation ● Tax benefits #1 – Cash Flow The greatest benefit of investing in real estate is passive cash flow. When an asset is purchased and rent is collected from tenants, the remaining value after property expenses are paid is your cash flow. If you put down $50,000 to buy a rental for $200,000, your mortgage payment would be about $1,000 per month. Now let’s say that you’re able to rent the unit out for $2,000 per month. Upon receipt of the $2,000 rent payment each month, you pay the $1,000 mortgage, use about $700 for expenses and reserves, and keep the remaining $300 as cash flow (i.e., money in your pocket). #2– Leverage In the example we discussed above, you hypothetically bought a $200,000 rental without paying $200,000 in cash. Instead, you put in $50,000 as a down payment and the bank contributed the remaining $150,000. The cash flow you earn is based on the full $200,000 asset, not the 50,000 portions. This is the magic of leverage. Even though the bank contributed 75% of the money, all you have to do is pay the mortgage and interest, and any excess cash flow or profit is all yours. No need to share it with the bank. #3 – Equity As you receive monthly rental checks and use them to pay the mortgage, your equity in the property increases. In this way, the rental property generates income to pay for itself. Imagine buying a laptop that generated money to pay for its own wifi! Once your rental builds significant equity, you may have the opportunity to use a home equity line of credit (HELOC), which allows you to borrow against your existing asset. HELOC funds can be invested into another asset, which allows you to make your money work even harder for you. #4 – Appreciation Real estate values tend to rise over time, which means your money can also work for you in the form of appreciation.

For example, consider a property purchased for $580,000. In time, the duplex appreciates to $750,000, at which point it is sold. The profit at the sale, or $170,000, will have been generated via appreciation, plus any additional equity that you had built through paying down the mortgage. That being said, while appreciation is nice, it’s not guaranteed, which is why you should always invest for cash flow first and foremost, with appreciation as the icing on the cake. #5– Tax Benefits When you invest in real estate, you get the benefits of depreciation and mortgage interest deductions, as well as a whole host of write-offs for a number of other related expenses. Investors often show losses on paper, while actually making money through cashflow. The losses play a big part in helping to offset other income, which is a major reason real estate is so lucrative. Further, when investing in commercial real estate syndications, you have the opportunity to take advantage of cost segregation and accelerated depreciation, further increasing your tax benefits. Advantages of Investing in Real Estate

When you invest in real estate, you have the opportunity to take advantage of all of these benefits.


This is true regardless of whether you invest in single-family rentals, large real estate syndications, or anything in between.


The advantage of investing in Real Estate Syndications is that you get all of these benefits, without having to do any of the work and Vidente Capital can help you do just that.  If investing passively in Real Estate Syndications sounds like something you are interested in, check out our website, consider joining our Vidente Capital Investor Club. And if you would like more information about investing in syndications, you can take our free passive investor course at www.videntecapital.com/learn #videntecapital #multifamilyrealestatesyndications #multifamilyinvesting #passiveincome #passiveinvesting #investingmadesimple #multifamily #realestate

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