Diversifying Portfolio With Investment Real Estate

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Guest Article by Tina Martin  IDEASPIRED.COM

 

All savvy investors know that a diverse portfolio is an important step toward financial success. However, many people overlook the potential in rental real estate. Not only does this kind of investment give you a piece of property you can sell at a later date, but it also means regular income in the meantime. Is real estate investment the right next step for you? Susan Durfee with Coldwell Banker Realty offers the following resources if you’re thinking about taking the leap.

 

A Good Fit

Are You Ready To Be A Landlord? Five Questions You Need to Answer

The Skills and Knowledge Needed to Become a Successful Landlord

Long Distance Rental Property: 8 Ways to Oversee Vacation Rentals

 

What Type of Rental Property? 

The 8 Different Types of Real Estate Investments for New Investors

Rental Property Investing: Vacation Rentals vs. Long Term Rentals

Is Investing in Duplexes Right for You? Breaking Down the Pros & Cons

 

Affordability and Financing

Down Payment Requirements on Rental Property in 2020

5 Tips For Financing Investment Property

9 Tips to Maximize Profit with Vacation Rental Properties

 

The Business Side

Create a Small Business Budget in 5 Simple Steps

6 Time Management Tips to Live By as a Small Business Owner

Understanding the Basics of Business Structure Options

Learn How to Form a Florida LLC Online

 

Managing Property

Learn How to Successfully Manage an Investment Property

When Should You Hire a Property Management Company?

Discover the Smarter Way to Vacation Rental

 

Drawing In Renters

10 Rental Property Upgrades That Make a Landlord’s Life Easier

How to Avoid Renovation Mistakes on Your Rental Properties

What Amenities Make a Vacation Rental Attractive to Travelers?

 

Don’t Forget the Upkeep 

Why You Should Include Lawn Care in Your Tenant Lease

The Ultimate Guide to Rental Property Maintenance

Vacation Rental Maintenance: Some Common Problems and Their Solutions

 

Investing in rental real estate is a strong way to diversify your investments, but it isn’t right for everyone. Carefully consider whether you’re willing to take on the work of managing and maintaining a property before you dive in.

If you decide it’s a good fit for you, turn to Susan Durfee with Coldwell Banker to find the perfect place for your first real estate investment venture. Call 850-449-0647 to make an appointment today!