January 1, 2023


Most of us have experienced the effects of inflation. Over time, prices go up, and we can all remember when things were less expensive. Staying ahead of inflation is essential, and investing your hard-earned savings into assets that offer growth potential can help to counteract its effects.


Real estate is an asset that traditionally returns higher-than-average yields during times of inflation. The price of property trends up over time, but you need to have the ability to invest for the long term and not expect quick returns. Your home is, in reality, the ultimate hard asset that often sees the most significant price increase during periods of high inflation. 


Owning multiple houses can provide protection against inflation, depending on your local market conditions. When thinking about investing in property, you must consider if it will appreciate over time due to its location. Will you have neighbors that will help maintain property values? A wise investment will rarely lose value.

Real estate is a physical asset that can be handed down from generation to generation.


The ability to earn passive income is one of the best reasons to invest in real estate. Whether you are growing equity in your own home through mortgage payments or have a rental property and employ a property manager to do the heavy lifting, you're earning passive income as your home values appreciate. If you're already a homeowner and are looking to diversify your investment portfolio, consider purchasing a second home in an area of town that is sure to increase in value in the coming years.

North Central Florida is a highly desirable region that continues to draw more new residents and businesses each year with its thriving economy and growing local amenities. Every situation is different; ask your financial advisor if investing in real estate is right for you. When you're ready to invest in your future through real estate, give the expert Realtors® of Poole Realty a call today to find out how we can serve you.

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