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  1. Stable income 

The vast majority of people invest in La Duquesa Properties for a stable flow of cash they earn in rental income. This passive income is a great incentive to buy your first rental home for the first time. Depending on your location, you can cover your expenses and generate considerable income to make extra money on your side. Urban areas and cities with universities tend to have higher incomes due to the constantly high demand in these areas.

  1. Long-term financial security 

The benefits of investing in real estate provide investors with long-term financial security. If you have a continuous and stable cash flow, the return on this investment will be financially rewarding for many years to come. Owning a rental property can give investors a sense of security as the value of the property increases over time.

  1. Tax benefits 

One of the benefits of investing in real estate is the tax exemption that investors get from owning a rental property. This is a big reason many people choose to invest in real estate. For example, rental income is not subject to self-employment tax. The government also offers asset depreciation, insurance, maintenance and repair, travel expenses, statutory expenses, and property tax reductions. Real estate investors also have the right to lower the tax rate on long-term investments. The icing on the cake!

  1. Mortgage payments are covered 

Benefits of investing in real estate include tenants. Simply put, the rental income you receive each month is more than enough to cover your costs, including your mortgage payments. In essence, your tenant is the person who pays your mortgage. Therefore, it is important to satisfy tenants and avoid or mitigate the negative effects of vacancies.

  1. Valuing Real Estate  

If you have already invested in or are just starting, you know that real estate is not a short-term investment plan. On the contrary, some of the benefits of investing in real estate include increasing the value of capital assets (also known as land) over time. In other words, the value of your property will be much more valuable in 30 years, which is why investors are interested in it in the long run.

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