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By DAVID COOPER 1.888.616.6226 | Landlord in Las Vegas, NV

Why Investing in Real Estate Rental Houses is Better Than Wall Street?

he first reason to invest in Real Estate is income that is received from the property . You can make good use of this cash flow by investing in other real estates. You can also keep this money safe for any emergency situations. You need to learn to make money from money.

     The value of every single property keeps on increasing over a period of time but the investor is not taxed on the increase unless and until he decides to sell it. You might consider this just like the tax treatment of mutual funds and bonds.  If the prices of properties around yours start increasing then there will be an obvious increase in the value of your property.

     You can also increase the value yourself by upgrading and renovating you property. You can add rooms or enhance the landscape. Refinancing your property might be done by cashing out at a higher rate as you are not supposed to pay any tax on this earning. 

     Another reason for investing in real estate is that you are able to borrow cash against the equity held by you in other leases and makes use of that money as the deposit for another investment. By doing so you are rendering the costs of your interest liable for taxes. 

     This strategy is known as leverage and is used as one of the techniques to build up on your income. Through efficient use of leverage, an investor is able to uphold his capital and achieve profits as well. 

      It is also possible for an investor to exchange the property he has invested in for another similar property and postpone the tax payment on it. Considering the complications involved in tax laws after some consultation with an expert adviser you can figure out a way. 

     If you move back into your rental house and occupy it as your home for at least two out of five years before you decide to sell it, then there would be no need for you to pay the taxes on its sale. The only tax that you are supposed to pay will be on your previous wear and tear entailment claims. The rest of the money goes back into your hands. 

     As an investor you are entitled to demand further reduction in the gross amount on which a tax is calculated depending on the value of your property minus the cost of the land on which it stands over a certain time period. The current duration is set at 27 years. Depreciation is possible in case of furniture, carpet and the appliances in your house over a time period of 5 years. 

     The depreciation period for driveways, exterior fences and planters as well as trees is 15 years. When you choose to sell a property, taxes need to be paid for all previous depreciations.



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