Is Rental Real Estate a Good Investment During High (and Rising) Inflation?
With a volatile and highly unpredictable stock market, rising interest rates, and increased inflation, investors hare having a tough time deciding what to do and where the best place is to move (or keep) their money invested.
One option, though, could be to start – or add to – a residential real estate property portfolio. During times of high inflation, rental real estate could benefit you in a couple of different ways. First, rental houses (or apartment units) can provide a steady income stream – which also allows you to pay down a mortgage balance (if applicable) using someone else’s money.
In times of high inflation and rising interest rates, you may also be able to increase the price on the rent you charge. Further, the pool of potential tenants for your home(s) and/or unit(s) tends to expand when interest rates rise, as the price of obtaining a mortgage goes up, forcing many people to continue to rent rather than buy. As inflation rises, the value of your investment property(ies) may also go up. This, in turn, can increase the equity that you have in your real estate portfolio.
If you own (or you are considering the purchase of) residential rental real estate in Orlando and/or the surrounding Central Florida locale, contact the pros at Central Florida Property Management to help you with operating your real estate rentals. We provide a number of convenient services to residential rental real estate owners, including:
Finding and screening potential tenants
Collecting the monthly rent
Holding security deposits
Maintaining the necessary day-to-day property maintenance
Responding to emergencies 24/7
Keeping records of income and outgo on your properties for tax and reference purposes
For more details on how our property management process works, give us a call at (407) 429-4834 or send us an email with any questions that you have by going to Co*****@CF***************.com. We look forward to hearing from you.