Benefits of Investing in Real Estate
Income-producing commercial real estate offers investors the potential for passive income through the collection of tenant rents paid to property owners.
Hedge Against Inflation
Rents derived from real estate typically rise with inflation and most leases include annual increases to account for inflation, thus providing investors with a hedge that other asset classes may not. While this is a general benefit of real estate, the master lease does not allow investors to hedge against swift appreciation.
Appreciation Over Time
Real estate assets can appreciate over time, culminating in gains that investors can defer in future exchanges, or realize when an asset is sold.
Real estate investments can provide material tax benefits that are unavailable in other investment classes.
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