The ultimate guide to real estate investing

If you’ve read any of my writing, you know that I love real estate as an asset class. Generally speaking it is:

  • Easy to understand
  • Stable and predictable
  • Inflation protected
  • Able to provide outsized returns through both yield and appreciation

All attributes I look for in my passive income investments. I recommend allocating a good share of your assets to real estate, to both balance your portfolio and reach Ramen Retirement sooner:

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But if you’ve never invested in real estate, how do you get started? The world of investment real estate is vast. There are a seemingly endless array of options you can choose from. There’s also a lot of noise created by the Financial Industrial Complex, who want to steer you back into the publicly traded assets they can profit from. It can be both confusing and overwhelming for someone new to the game. The following guides and links will walk you through the world of real estate, helping you to make your first move and take action!

As a final thought, if you have questions you don’t find answered here, or just can’t figure out what the right next step is, drop me a line at ramen@ramenretirement.com, and we can discuss your situation and options. I’m not a financial advisor, I’m just someone with experience worth sharing, who will tell it as I see it. Too many people out there have an agenda or are trying to sell something – all I’m offering is some advice on what has worked for me.

Get started today. Your future self and your descendants will thank you!

Ramen-san


 

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