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RE: Is It a Myth? – the Genuine Truth About Passive Income

in Project HOPE8 months ago

Traditionally the real estate market has always been quite solid. Investing in properties, houses, buildings, land ... has always been considered a low risk investment.
But as long as you do it with your own capital. Applying for a loan to make such an investment would be a risky move. This is due to interest rates, which are really very volatile.

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Investing in properties, houses, buildings, land has always been considered a low risk investment

Has been considered, but wasn't. See people having home in Detroit (partly a ghost town), or simply the housing crisis of 2007-2009. Precious metals are also moving just like stocks, the price can surge or decline 20-30 percent a year. Leverage - credit - makes this only much more dangerous. Loans multiply gains or losses.

Real estate may seem stable - in the background of hyper-inflation.

There are many aspects and variants to consider. Everything is much more complex than it seems.
But definitely investments will always have a risk margin.