When investing in real estate, it is always best to buy whenever you can find a good deal compared to the current market. But if you are looking at a great time to buy, look for the dip and buy then. Just like buying stocks, buying homes in the dip means a greater chance of quicker appreciation.
If you are looking at what to buy as opposed to when, get as many bedrooms and and least two bathrooms so your home appeals to as many people as possible. Remember as a landlord your enemy is vacancy! While new landlords tend to care most amount the rent they receive, the experienced landlords want to make sure their homes stay occupied.
Finally, it is important to remember that investing in real estate is a long term commitment. Make sure you do proper research and due diligence before investing. Investing in real estate requires both time and money to be put in. Don't be afraid to talk to a real estate professional to help you make the best decision.
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