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Bob Schwartz, CRS, GRI 

Certified Residential Specialist



San Diego, California 92101

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Is Now The Best Time For Real Estate Investing?


Right now is the prime time for investments in real estate. If you are in this for the long run, you’re going to make a lot of money. The bubble has burst and the economy is at the absolute rock bottom. Think about the following information:

Real Estate Is Meant To Be A Long Term Investment

People who were flipping homes made some money. A lot more lost money. They were using the booming economy as a way to make quick money similar to playing the stock market. This was a risk for them and some of them lost. Worst of all, they ended up increasing up the price of homes to the point that they were over inflated. There are many people today who actually owe more on their property than it is worth.

Real estate is meant to be a long term investment, not a quick way to make a buck. It is also something that you should invest in carefully. Look for homes in an area that is stable and is preferably expanding. Offer a low price for a home that has been on the market for a long time. You can either live in the home or you can rent it to others. The main objective is to hold onto the property for a few years until the housing market rebounds. Real estate is meant to be a long term investment.

Property In Blighted Areas Is Not A Good Investment

Properties in areas that the value of the homes has reduced in the past few years, have a heavy crime rate and are dilapidated are poor investment choices. Even if you only pay a few thousand dollars for such a house, you are better off to stay away. This is where you lose money.

Purchase property in a location that is either up and coming or desirable in which to live. If you have a tip that a plant is coming to the municipality that will guarantee more jobs, you can take that knowledge and use it to your advantage and buy in that municipality as chances are very good that the price of the homes will skyrocket.

Make sure that you understand the location in which you are buying and stay away from blighted areas unless you know something about the area, such as it is designated for a major reconstruction. Even then, you are taking a risk as these projects are usually politically motivated and plans have known to be altered.

Many people who are targeted to invest in real estate are given wrong facts. They are either persuaded to invest in blighted areas or are told that they can make a fortune overnight. Know the facts. Location is everything in the real estate market and there is no sure way to make a quick buck. Real estate should be treated as a long term investment.

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