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Considering a real estate purchase as an investment?

| Jul 25, 2015 | Real Estate Transactions |

The real estate market has certainly seen improvements in the last few years. So much so, that more people, in Florida and across the country, are considering getting into the market for investment purposes. Anyone thinking about making a real estate purchase in order to diversify his or her portfolio would be wise to ensure that the investment is legally protected.

According to a recent survey, approximately 27 percent of Americans currently believe that buying real estate is a great investment. Bankrate, the company responsible for conducting the survey, says that this is the first time in several years that real estate has been at the top of the list. Is it really the best possible investment, though? There are still some divided on this issue.

The truth is, yes, it can be, if handled appropriately. It can also be quite risky as the market is always changing. Those who are interested in property for the long-term are more likely to see a return on their investments. At the end of the day, buying real estate as an investment is a very personal decision, one that a person must fully educate him or herself on before making such a leap.

Ready to invest in the residential or commercial real estate market? An individual who is ready to make such a real estate purchase can help protect his or her investment by seeking legal guidance in order to make sure that any contracts completed are written with his or her best interests in mind, and that the transaction is completed as quickly and smoothly as possible. An attorney who has a strong knowledge of Florida real estate laws can ensure this happens by ensuring all aspects of a transaction are above board and that needs and wants of the client are placed front and center.

Source: CNBC, “Is real estate really the best investment?“, Tom Anderson, July 22, 2015

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