Here's How Investing in Real Estate Can Produce Profitable Long-Term Resultsby Devika Sadar Bazaar Devika Sadarbazaar
If you invest in real estate carefully and with the right preparation, it can provide you with excellent long-term returns and serve as a hedge against growing inflation. By investing money in real estate, such as a house, an apartment, or a piece of land, you can work to secure your future.
Adding real estate investments to your portfolio might be a wonderful way to diversify it. Given the state of the market, analysts say that there are four primary property sectors where investors might place their money. We'll walk you through each one in depth.
Ankit Agarwal, MD of Devika Group, asserts that real estate investors can profit by making investments in retail spaces. Agarwal asserts that if you invest in stores inside malls or shopping centres, the dangers of encroachment are greatly reduced and maintenance costs for shops are cheaper than for individual buildings. According to him, India is developing a culture of shopping malls, and since this trend is expected to last into the future, investing in retail property is a wise choice.
Buy and rent a property:
If you don't want to buy land but still want to profit from the real estate boom, you can invest in a very low-value property. According to Suren Goyal of RPS Group, you might make a few inexpensive improvements to these homes and rent them out. No matter what the market value of the property is, you will continue to receive a regular stream of rent, and you can sell it in the future if the rate rises.
A wonderful investment strategy after workplaces reopened following nearly two years of disruption due to the epidemic is renting out commercial property to private offices. According to experts, businesses are searching for new locations as well as homes to utilise as warehouses or storage facilities.
A corporation that finances assets with an income stream is known as a real estate investment trust (REIT). You can profit from investing in land through REITs without really purchasing it. These are businesses that own commercial land, as opposed to mutual funds. For instance, commercial buildings, stores, homes, and flats.
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