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What Kind of Property Should Investors Be Buying Now?
The investment market for apartments has been white hot for sometime in Southern California, now it's time for investors to look at other property types to invest in.
With inventory shrinking next to nothing in the Inland Empire in the single family home and apartment markets, investors are fiercely competing with one another, over bidding on properties and ignoring core investment fundamentals, because they want that house or apartment building so bad, simply because a lot of other investors want it as well. Human nature is never going to change, we will always feel like we made a better, or even great decision if it's the same decision our peers would of made as well. I'm here to tell you that's not good for an in (http://ramescua.yourkwagent.com/
A wise man once said when referring to real estate investments, "Buy it when nobody wants it, and sell it when everyone does". The investment yields in single family homes and apartments are getting watered down to the point where the risk is almost not worth the reward. It's my believe that low interest rates are primarily driving both these markets.
During the last real estate upswing cities like Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Norco, Corona, Redlands, Riverside, and many more built numerous quality retail properties. At the onset or during the trough of the recession many of these buildings went into foreclosure, however many owners were able to hold on and are now looking for an exit. The tenant quality has significantly improved over the last 5 years and the investment yields with retail strip centers are significantly higher than what can currently be found in the apartment/multifamily investment markets. For those who work with an astute real estate investment adviser the Inland Empire is going to have a great deal of fantastic real estate investment opportunities. Call me today at 951.764.6688 to find out how not to miss the boat.
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