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That is the answer I got from numerous developers I have spoken to about creating the platform
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Because, in real estate investing, time is far more valuable than money.
Or put differently, money will naturally flow to where it can earn a return.
Also, if you can scale your opportunities, you can always find money to pull them off.
If you don’t, your strategy is limited to investing for immediate or short-term yield.
Risk Profile Naturally Shifts to Conservative Later in Life As we age, our risk profiles naturally shift toward the conservative end of the spectrum.
Whatever move you make, you have to weigh it well and make sure that it will produce the results you need.
From a long-term investing standpoint, the only ways to get a higher return on your investment is to either get more cash flow for the same investment or pay less for a cash flow stream.
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Since real estate strategies are like making alloys, your goal is to produce the best results with the ingredients available.
Buy quality properties, play to your strengths, and you can put together a real estate investing strategy that works for you.