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The Pros and Cons of Real Estate Investing

Real Estate is a vast market with an infinite number of possibilities. There are also many different ways to invest in Real Estate. The concept of investing in Real Estate is really quite simple: you buy a property, manage the properties upkeep, and attempt to sell the property at a higher price, or keep it and rent it out. If you are buying multiple homes, you will be juggling the management of tenants, repairs, maintenance, and such.

Pros to Real Estate Investing

There are a lot of positive aspects when it comes to Real Estate investing. First off, well chosen Real Estate investments appreciate over time. The key is to find a quality property at a discount, make improvements to increase equity, and eventually sell for a profit. Real Estate also generates passive income through cash flow. Cash flow is the extra money left over once the bills are all paid. Once your property is set up with a renter and all repairs and other fees, such as taxes and insurance have been paid, you will start to generate cash flow.  Real Estate gives you the ability to use leverage as a powerful financial tool. With this leverage, you can compound your growth, using the properties you’ve already purchased. Real Estate investing lets you be in the driver’s seat and gives you the ability to avoid risks and grow your portfolio!

Cons to Real Estate Investing

One downside to Real Estate investing is that you need to have money. You cannot buy a property with nothing. You need money to make money here. You will need money for closing costs, a down payment, as well as ongoing expenses such as general upkeep, emergencies, insurance, and property taxes. Real Estate can also be time consuming.  You will need to learn the ins and outs of investing, along with property management. If you do not know what you are doing it is very easy to lose money in Real Estate. Investing in Real Estate is also considered a long-term investment. It will not be easy to quickly liquidate if you are in need of emergency funds. Real Estate can also be very tedious, dealing with tenants is not always a pleasant experience and you also run the risk of being unable to locate a tenant. 

All in all, Real Estate investing has its ups and downs. This is why BACH Real Estate Investment group set out to make investing more approachable for all forms of investors.

How BACH Works

BACH Real Estate is a group of people who compile their resources to invest in Real Estate together. By compiling your resources with the group, it makes investing into Real Estate easier for you and all our other investors.  All group members are part of the decision making process when it comes to the property management process. BACH investors also spend much less time and money on the tedious landlord tasks than they would investing solo. With BACH you also will not have to worry about finding tenants. We work very closely with Quality Home Locator to find and match tenants to homes. Quality Home Locator currently has an extensive waiting list for BACH homes. As soon as homes are ready we have tenants ready to move in. 

Overall, BACH helps minimize the “cons” side of Real Estate Investing and helps you, as an investor, to start building your portfolio and earn passive income. 

If you are interested in beginning your investment journey with BACH, please contact us here!