8 Reasons To Invest in Multifamily ApartmentsJan 10, 2022
1. TRACK RECORD
Few real estate asset classes have demonstrated the consistency & predictability of that seen in multi family housing.
2. ESSENTIAL NEED
Good times & hard times alike; people will continue to prioritize clean, safe & affordable housing options close to where they work
3. AGING INVENTORY
An increasing number of multi family apartment buildings are coming to the end of their useful life. As these buildings age, it forces more and more units off the market at a time when housing options are already limited. High demand and low supply pushes prices higher.
4. REPLACEMENT COST
Do you remember what properties cost 10, 20 or even 40 years ago? As prices of land, labor and materials continues to increase so does the cost of new construction. This is another reason why well run and cared for multi family apartments are an attractive asset class.
5. INFLATION HEDGE
Case in point with the replacement costs of apartment buildings; cash flow producing multi family apartments outperform a whole host of other assets as in many cases landlords are able to increase rents as their costs increase overtime.
6. CASH FLOW
Imagine having dozens or hundreds of tenants paying you on the 1st of each month. That is the beauty of owning multi family housing.
7. MORTGAGE PAY DOWN
Lenders love real estate & will finance a large portion of the purchase price at some of the lowest rates they offer. Your tenants will pay down the mortgage and build equity for you over the long term.
8. FORCED APPRECIATION
Multi family allows you to create appreciation through sound financial & operational management of the property. Unlike single family homes which values are mainly driven by the market and what people will pay; apartment buildings are largely valued by the net income they generate.
There's many reasons to invest in apartments - what are yours?
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