Investing and Economic Cycles

The country seems to slowly be coming out of the recession that began in 2020. What does this mean for real estate investing? Successful investors usually say that some of their most profitable opportunities came during a recession, however, that does not mean that you cannot invest while the economy is in recovery.

Generally, multi-unit property ownership and rental property ownership is lucrative since it leads to steady cash flow from rent paying tenants. The cash flow can cover the bills and expenses that the property and maintenance come with and leave the owner with discretionary funds once all expenses are accounted for. This money can be passive income that can be used for living expenses or it can be used to invest in other properties or investment opportunities.

Developing a property while the economy is in recovery may not be as “cheap” as during a recession, however, it does not mean it cannot be profitable. One of the best and commonly used real estate sayings is: the best time to buy/invest in real is always five years ago. That is because whether we are in a recession, in recovery or in a boom, real estate is a dependable investment that will hold tangible value.

Economic ups and downs are always short-lived and changing, however, real estate is the opposite, it has always been a valuable asset, as long as you have patience and the right people by your side. Amin Vali Real Estate Investment is here to discuss all your options for investing while the economy is starting

Amin Vali 

Civil Engineer, MBA, Real Estate Agent

Amin Vali Real Estate Inc.

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