Buying property doesn’t always mean that you personally intend to live in it. One common use of purchased real estate is to utilize it as an “income property.” This is a property that an investor buys with the intent of leasing it, renting it, or improving its value, with the idea of selling it at a higher value later on. Income property investment is one of the core building blocks of real estate investing and is an endeavor that rewards extensive research and early entrance into the market.
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Investing in an income property is a great way of becoming your own boss. You are not beholden to a company over which you have no control, and you decide the terms of your investment – how much you’re willing to spend on the purchase and maintenance, what sort of property you’ll be buying, and how much you’re going to charge for rent. The output of your efforts depends on how hard you work on the investment planning yourself, rather than relying on a fixed salary that you’re just waiting to receive.