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Property Marketing: Best Types of Properties to Invest In

Tom Sedlack - Thursday, September 8, 2022

Twenty-eight percent of Americans consider property to be the best type of investment to make. Perhaps you're one of those people, but you have questions. Namely, you want to know the best type of property to invest in.

Of course, investing in property is more than just putting your money into a place. It's property marketing and management, too. These three options are the best value for your money because they make it easy for you to do all of those things and see a return on your investment ASAP.

1. Multi-Family Homes

If you have the funds to invest in a multi-family home, then you may want to start there. Although the mortgage rate will be higher, you will have at least two tenants in your property. As such, you'll have more opportunity to not only cover your monthly payments, but also to make a bit of passive income from your renters, too.

A multi-family home cuts down on maintenance costs, too. It means you only have to maintain the premises of one building while making rent from two or more tenants. If you buy single-family units, you'll maintain each one separately, which could cost more in the long run.

2. Single-Family Homes (at a Great Price)

As people try and find a new home, they may find a detached property to be more enticing. And, as an investor, you may think it's smarter to invest in a home so that it's easier to sell down the line.

This is true, but with a caveat. If you want to invest in a single-family property, you should make sure that you're buying the place at a great price. You may need to take steps to make the place more appealing to tenants, but, in the end, buying low, renting, then selling at a higher price is a fantastic investment.

3. Commercial Real Estate

Another place to invest your money is in commercial real estate. These properties tend to be more expensive than residential properties, but they can bring in higher rent payments. 

Plus, when a tenant signs a lease for a commercial property, they tend to be a lot longer than in a residential property. This can give you peace of mind and stability as a landlord and property manager.

You will have more to worry about in terms of upkeep. For example, a commercial storefront may get spray-painted by a graffiti artist. You probably wouldn't have to pay to repair such exterior damage if you purchased a residential property.

Get Help With Property Marketing and Management

These are only three areas in which to invest your money. Once you find the right place for you, we can help you with all of your property marketing and management needs. 

Click here to contact us today and learn more about our services. We're looking forward to hearing from you, learning about your property, and helping you make it the most profitable investment possible.


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