Real estate investment involves placing your capital in real property with the expectation of generating favorable rates of return along with the amount invested (i.e., you want your investment back with a return to cover the risk). As a result, many investors are very interested in wealth maximization and therefore are always searching for competitive rates of return, and this is why many turn to real estate investing. To maximize yields consistent with acceptable levels of risk.
Okay, but bear in mind that yields from a real estate investment result from a host of sources that include annual after-tax cash flows, equity buildup through appreciation of the property, and cash flow after tax once the rental property is sold or upon some other form of disposition. Fair enough; so let’s move on and discuss some typical investment objectives you should understand.
Leverage, of course, is paramount to any investment decision. It is always an advantage to an investor to use other people’s money to