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Stocks or real estate: which is a better investment?
It’s difficult to make an apples-to-apples comparison in real estate because of its unique nature.However, based on my 40 years of experience, I believe both are important components of a well-balanced investment mix.With both, I’ve made a lot of money in the long run.
Major distinction: Stocks are simple to buy, sell, and track.On the other hand, real estate has traditionally been anything but.
When you hear someone talk about real estate investing, you probably picture a hapless landlord cleaning, painting, and mowing while hoping and praying that their tenant will pay the rent next month.
While that isn’t entirely inaccurate – I used to be that type of real estate investor – there are now other ways to invest in land and buildings that don’t involve lugging lawn mowers and paint cans around.There are now real estate opportunities available that do not necessitate a large sum of money or even much supervision.
That’s the topic of this week’s Money podcast.We’ll go over all of the different types of real estate investments, both traditional and cutting-edge.
Aaron Freeman, a producer and novice investor, is listening in and occasionally contributing.This week, we’re joined by Money Crashers’ Brian Davis.
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Notes on the show
If you want to learn more, look into the following resources.
- Why Shouldn’t Homebuyers Watch HGTV’s House Hunters?
- Is it a good idea for me to invest in REITs?
- Is Now the Right Time to Invest in Real Estate?
- 8 Ways to Save for Retirement by Investing in Real Estate
- How to Invest in Real Estate for $5000 or Less
- Money Crashers: 10 Ways to Invest in Real Estate and Generate Multiple Income Streams
- How to Invest in Real Estate: 5 Steps to Getting Started Nerdwallet How to Invest in Real Estate: 5 Steps to Getting Started
- 5 Easy Ways to Invest in Real Estate, according to Investopedia
- The Motley Fool’s 9 Best Real Estate Investments
- M is for passive income.D16 Different Real Estate Investment Options
- Forbes’ 9 Ways to Invest in Real Estate Without Buying
- How to Invest in Real Estate – 6 Ways to Make Money and Build Long-Term Wealth Business Insider How to Invest in Real Estate – 6 Ways to Make Money and Build Long-Term Wealth
- How To Invest In Real Estate The Smart Way To Get Started For Money Under 30
- The 13 Best REITs to Own in 2021, according to Kiplinger
- US9 Best REITs to Buy in a Recession, according to U.S. News & World Report
- Top REITs for June 2021, according to Investopedia
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In 1991, I founded Daily Money Life.I’m a CPA with additional certifications in stocks, commodities, options, mutual funds, life insurance, securities supervisory, and real estate.
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