Overview

Learners will calculate the up-front and continuing costs to consider, so that you make the right financial decision for your budget.

Duration: 5-7 minutes

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the reasons why property investment can be beneficial.
  • Identify different investment property types.
  • Differentiate between short- and long-term investment property time commitments.
  • Compare the short- and long-term financial obligations of owning investment property.
  • Recognize that investment property will affect your income taxes.

Marketing Teaser

If you’ve seen any TV shows about house flipping you may be familiar with the concept of investment properties. Have you considered if property investment is right for you? Review this brief guide to learn the fundamentals, including:

  • Understanding the different types of investment properties
  • Differentiating between short-term and long-term investments
  • Identifying the financial obligations and benefits of property investment

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