Why is it a good decision to invest in real estate?
In today's edition of our video blog, you'll learn a lot about why investing in real estate is a good decision.
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Frequently, capital investors ask themselves:
- When does real estate for rent pay off?
- What profit do you make on real estate?
- At what point is real estate worthwhile?
- What is passive income?
- How does real estate income compute?
- Is real estate a conservative investment?
- How do others help me build wealth?
- How do the tenant and the tax office pay off the apartment?
- How do owner-occupied and rented property differ?
We answer these and many other questions in our video blog editions.
Here is the transcript of episode 5 to read:
Real estate is a very conservative capital investment. That means you have constant security, a regular return and real estate as a tangible asset has an inflation compensation. If you put this together, you already have a few good reasons why real estate is worthwhile. But the best advantage of real estate is: it is the only investment you can buy and then someone else pays for you!
That's the idea of real estate income: You buy your investment and someone else pays for you. If you go to the bank and make a very worthwhile ETF savings plan, then that is a great investment, but you have to pay for it yourself. The return on a property is usually incomparably higher, because you buy a property, but others pay for you, namely the tenant and the tax office.
And this also differs from a property that you use yourself. Because if you buy the owner-occupied property, you have to pay off everything yourself.
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