Insights to Passive Income Real Estate

Why do I believe that investing for passive income real estate tops every other approach when it comes to building  genuine wealth? Let's examine the benefits together

Passive Income w/ Real Estate vs Stock Market 

If we examine the differences between investing your money in the stock market vs. investing in real estate you will notice that they both have their ups and downs. The difference here is their timelines.

  • Stocks rise and crash moment to moment, and with the markets open pretty much 24/7 it's difficult to know where your stock  portfolio might be in the morning. It can be downright worrisome.
  • Real estate fluctuates in a slower pattern, one that you can almost predict. 

On the other hand, you  can invest in the stock market with very little money. But it won't grow and appreciate like real estate tends to do on an annual basis.

What You Should Know About Passive Income Real Estate

I honestly believe that investing for passive income real estate tops every other approach when it comes to building  genuine wealth. Thank you Scott Webb for sharing this lovely house photo with me.

I my lifetime as a real estate investor, I have only witnessed 2 major declines, and they were predicted by the stock market's events. And with a little patience, your real estate investments will be back on track before long.. 

When we discuss passive income as it relates to real estate, we're looking at a real estate investment that will bring you monthly income without doing much more than buying it in the first place. Rental properties, and short-term opportunities such as an AirBnB type set up  in your own home are just a couple examples of income that comes in without much added effort.

I was listening to a BiggerPockets podcast when the host shared that he purchases a rental property for each of his children when they are born. As a result, when it's time for college those purchases are more than sufficient to pay tuition and then some.

That's some serious passive income, when you take into consideration the rental  income for 18 years combined with the appreciation of this asset. 

 


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