The property with a greater value at acquisition should also have greater value as an investment asset and at disposition.
By the wayâ€¦2 years is not exactly â€œlong termâ€.
It is important to go over all the info in terms of HOA docs that cover the by-laws, CC&Rs, etc. b4 signing on the dotted line.
I will be happy to meet for a half hour consult at my office. Good luck with your search.
There are many options that would answer your question. A two bedroom unit would be more marketable in the future over a one bedroom. There are different kinds of condo/townhouse options.
It is a good idea to enlist professional help, the best way to do that is to give me a call.
Julie Priest Keil
Ventura Barnett Properties
Better Homes & Gardens Realty
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You can research by visiting my website, use "Find A Home", which is connected to Pro-MLS, to search for ALL current Active Listings on the market.
Enjoy and Best wishes,
A 2 bedroom is advisable if you have the income to purchase it. There is a good website to verify the rents for various areas. http://www.RentOmeter.com
Cash flow is going to be dependent upon the amount you put down. Each potential purchase will need to be looked at on an individual basis, as rent income, and price of condo will vary.