Why Real Estate?
A common theme exists in those families who have built and passed on a significant estate to their
heirs. That common theme is real estate. Most of us intrinsically know that we should have a portion of
our portfolio in real estate. The questions have been how do I enter into the world of investment real
estate and who can help me begin the process? That is where Georgia Residential Partners can help.
We provide a “turn-key “solution for the first time investor or the seasoned professional. Our team of
professionals are prepared to walk with you through the maze of acquiring single family investment
With the current volatility of the stock market and with precious metals trading at “all time” record
highs, investment real estate provides a great combination of positive cash flow and future appreciation.
Bloomberg News recently reported..."falling prices have made real estate the best buy in at least four
In addition to the above reasoning, investing in real estate provides the following benefits:
- Income - positive cash flow
- Leverage – the ability to use other people’s money to control and benefit from owning a major
- Atlanta real estate prices at pre–2000 levels
- Prices are at roughly 50% of replacement cost
- Equity is built up as the tenant pays off your mortgage
- Future appreciation as the market returns
- Depreciation and other tax benefits
There are numerous reasons why now is the perfect time to invest in Atlanta real estate. Relative to
home prices in other major cities, Atlanta provides a huge value. Interest rates are at historic lows and
tenant demand is increasing.
The replacement cost of homes in Atlanta is almost twice the cost per square foot of our fully renovated
A recent headline in the August, 2011 Atlanta Business Chronicle stated “Demand for home rentals
continues to climb”. This increase in demand underscores the prediction from both CNNMoney and
Rent.com that rents will increase.
Forbes ranked Atlanta as the “Number 1Recession Proof City to Retire In” (citing current and expected
home prices and job growth predictions through 2014)
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