Real estate is a compelling option for investors. There are opportunities to profit on both the front end and back end of a deal, tax strategies to help maximize gains, and a steady revenue stream in the form of rents, dividends, or distributions while you own a property. Unlike other investments, real estate is a tangible asset that, ideally, appreciates over time.
It’s easy to see why many investors are eager to enter the market. Especially for first-time real estate owners, however, a steep learning curve and unexpected expenses can quickly throw a property into the red. There are potential pitfalls at every step.
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