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Welcome to this session of grand rounds, a collection of posts I have discovered in the blogosphere and have found of interest and hope you do too.
This offering of Grand Rounds looks at articles from around the web that deal with the potential benefits of real estate.
I am a huge fan of adding real estate to my portfolio.
The way the tax code is written, there is a lot of incentives for real estate investors that can make distributions received carry with it little, if any, tax implications early on.
Passive Income MD touches on some of the advantages real estate investing carries in, “5 Tax Benefits Of Investing In A Syndication.”
As the father of a teen daughter, I am more used to things getting devalued after she gets through with it (my car is a prime example).
So imagine my surprise when I find out that there are things that potentially go up in value if you have kids.
Financial Samurai has an interesting take on this concept in, “The Value Of Real Estate Goes Way Up Once You Have Children.”
For someone interested in investing in real estate, there are two major paths, either active direct ownership or passive investing via crowdfunding or syndications.
I personally wanted to have a more hands off approach and chose passive investing with various syndicators.
However choosing this form of investing does not just mean you cut a check initially and then sit back and collect your mailbox money.
It is important to carefully vet the various syndicators out there before you choose one.
Financial Residency helps you with this aspect in, “How To Analyze A Real Estate Syndication: The Sponsor.”
The wealthiest families in America typically have something in common, they own real estate in their portfolio.
Fear not, building your net worth via real estate is not the exclusive domain of the ultra wealthy.
Semiretired MD shows how you too can turbocharge your net worth in, “Expand The Money: Step Up Your Net Worth Using Real Estate.”
Real estate investing is not for everyone.
It takes a certain mindset for you to truly be successful in building a real estate empire that hopefully can provide passive income for years in the future.
Curious if you have what it takes?
White Coat Investor breaks it down in, “How To Succeed At Private Real Estate Investing.”
Hope you enjoyed the reading material.
Have a great rest of the week.
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