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On Canada Day, the Great White North is enveloped in a wave of national pride and joy. July 1st marks the anniversary of Canada’s confederation, and the entire nation comes alive with festivities. From coast to coast, Canadians gather to celebrate their diverse heritage, breathtaking landscapes, and shared values. As fireworks illuminate the sky and maple leaf flags flutter proudly, it is a time to honor the rich history and achievements of this great nation. Canada Day unites communities, fostering a sense of unity and gratitude for the blessings of living in a country that cherishes diversity, inclusivity, and the pursuit of happiness.

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Appreciate Appreciation!
(or, Why Real Estate is the Real Deal)

 

Investors are often faced with many tempting options to place their money, often with the promise of great financial returns in the future; unfortunately, with so much information out there (including significant misinformation), ambitious investors may wonder what the “right” option is. This is especially true when it comes to mutual funds, a compelling investment choice often touted for being low maintenance and yet high-reward. But are mutual funds all that they are made out to be? In this article, we will explore that more closely.

What’s the Deal with Mutual Funds?

Mutual funds are an investment vehicle in which multiple investors pool their money, which is then directed into various stocks or other investments by a money manager. 

Mutual funds seem like a decent investing option. Once you’ve chosen the fund you want to invest in, you don’t have to think too hard about what happens. It’s all fairly straightforward.

The thing is, that’s all that happens. You wait for your dividends, and then what happens? As it turns out, usually, not much. A mutual fund might appreciate monetary value and pay off—or, it might crash and burn. Look at it this way. When you invest in a mutual fund, you have a whole host of fees and charges to pay, for an investment that may or may not give you any positive return.

Why Real Estate Outshines Mutual Funds

So, how does real estate stack up to mutual funds? Well, real estate appreciates value over time. It’s a generally accepted fact of this type of investment that it will, after a few years, be worth more than you paid for it. As long as the property remains in good condition, it tends to appreciate value. This has to do with the fact that land is a finite resource. There’s only so much Earth, after all!

Mutual funds can stagnate, but real estate is an investment that you can count on. A good investment property will not only provide you with passive income while you own it (from the rent your tenants pay), but will also gain value that you’ll see when it’s time to sell. 

If you’re looking to start investing in real estate, there’s no time like the present! The sooner you invest, the sooner you start seeing the potential real estate has to appreciate value and put money in your pocket. Invest smart. Invest in real estate.

 

SEAN

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WHY INVEST IN REAL ESTATE?

Appreciation

Real estate investors make money through rental income, any profits generated by property-dependent business activity, and appreciation. Real estate values tend to increase over time, and with a good investment, you can turn a profit when it’s time to sell. Rents also tend to rise over time, which can lead to higher cash flow.

ABOUT SEAN NELSON

Who are we?  SeanNelson.ca is a real estate investment company.We have been actively involved in Okanagan area with our real estate investing. Our mission is to provide quality housing for quality tenants, while at the same time providing an above average return on investment (R.O.I) for our investor partners and ourselves.  It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

Sean offers his investor partners hands-free investment opportunities. If you are interested to learn how to earn an above-average return on your investment, backed by a solid asset, and without the hassle of being a landlord, please contact Sean.

For more information about Sean and his investment program, please call (250) 517-7660 or email him at sean@seannelson.ca or visit https://seannelson.ca/