All of the investment property sold on Acquire Real Estate is intended to create operating cash flow. Operating cash flow properties, are purchased and developed to earn income for their owners. Through Acquire Real Estate, you can become an investor in operating cash flow property. There are many advantages of investing in operating cash flow property but we’re going to give you what we believe are the top four reasons.
1. You Decide Which Operating Cash Flow Property To Purchase
When you decide to invest in operating cash flow property through Acquire Real Estate, you choose which operating cash flow property to invest in. You review the tenants and the location, and then you decide whether the operating cash flow property is right for you. This is unlike most of your other investments in public securities where someone else is typically using your money to buy investments that he/she believes are most profitable. If you are interested in operating cash flow property with Acquire Real Estate, and you are an accredited investor as defined by the SEC, then sign up here for more information.
2. Operating Cash Flow Property Puts Money in Your Pocket
When you become an investor in operating cash flow property, you’re part of the team that receives rental income from the tenants.
At Acquire Real Estate, we issue quarterly rent payments to you from the tenants of your operating cash flow property. This is the very essence of owning commercial real estate and part of what makes the investment so lucrative and attractive to many investors.
The rent payments are in addition to any appreciation the operating cash flow property may accrue at the time it is resold. You will also receive the benefit of that accrual for your investment in the operating cash flow.
3. Immediate Tax Write-Offs for Operating Cash Flow Property
As an operating cash flow property owner, you are entitled to significant tax deductions. Among other things, you can depreciate the investment in your operating cash flow property based on a set depreciation schedule, even if your property is actually appreciating in value. Be sure to consult an accounting professional to better understand the tax advantages in investing in operating cash flow property.
4. Operating Cash Flow Property Diversifies Your Investment Portfolio
As mentioned earlier, operating cash flow property allows you to better control where your investment dollars are going. Additionally, assuming you’re like most accredited investors who are heavily invested in the public markets, you’ll want to consider investing in other asset classes, such as real estate, to better diversify your portfolio. Whether it be in operating cash flow property or simply long-term holdings, the more diverse your total investment portfolio is, the less risk you’ll expose yourself to. If you are interested in operating cash flow property with Acquire Real Estate, and you are an accredited investor as defined by the SEC, then sign up here for more information.