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INCLUDING REAL ESTATE IN YOUR PORTFOLIO

The decision to invest in real estate cannot be made in isolation. You must review real estate’s attributes, both positive and negative, while taking a broader look at your entire portfolio, the limitations of your personal resources, risk factors, and your personal temperament and willingness to be involved with investments requiring your personal touch.

Some investors find the idea of investing in rental real estate very appealing. The direct control, tax benefits, potential for positive cash flow, and strong historical record of rising market value make real estate one of the most desirable types ...

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