Why real estate investment during COVID-19 is a good idea

a house as a real estate investment

Is real estate investment the way to go during the COVID-19 pandemic?

This question has been on the mind of many investors, and in this article, we’ll give you a quick rundown on why purchasing a rental investment property is indeed a lucrative and safe option to go for, and how you should manage the endeavour.

It’s been nearly a year since the pandemic sent the US economy reeling, and it’s been incredibly difficult to put a finger on what the best way to make (or preserve) money is. The stock market has been highly volatile and many people feared that the housing market would see another crash like the one we saw a decade ago … and for good reason.

Currently, millions of people have lost their jobs due to the pandemic’s aftermath, and it’s virtually impossible for a lot of them to pay rent. Landlords all over the country are struggling because of this. And while the eviction moratorium that’s currently in place is necessary, it makes real estate investment seem like an absurd option.

How you can navigate real estate investment during the pandemic using ‘subject to’ investing

real estate investment via a subject to agreement
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‘Subject to’ agreements may just be what you need right now. It’ll make a real estate investment far easier and appealing than it was before the pandemic broke out.

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