Is it predominantly about generating consistent income from real estate?
In today's edition of our video blog, you'll learn if the main goal is to generate consistent income from real estate.
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A stable monthly income is the desire of many investors. And that is precisely what makes real estate so attractive. In Germany, tenants pay their rent in the first two to three working days of the month. This means that you receive a constant rental income every month. Such a regular income is one of the great advantages of real estate investment and provides you with a passive income. Whether you personally consider real estate primarily for this reason is, of course, up to you.
However, I would like to emphasize from my experience that this is only half the story. The other important aspect of a property is its appreciation. It's not just about the tenant bearing a large part of the real estate costs for you through the monthly rent, but also about the long-term increase in value. A property fulfills its true character as a tangible asset when it not only increases in value, but also offsets inflation.
By investing in real estate, you not only create a reliable source of income, but also a long-term investment. It's the combination of regular income and potential appreciation that makes real estate investing so interesting.
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