That might not be a bad idea. Not everything, but at least some of yourOne possibility that I am considering is buying a couple of apartments
to rent out, but I am a little put off by the hassle factor.
money in rental property could help. One thing I noticed a long time
ago is that rents keep going up over the years along with inflation,
but the mortgage payments always stay the same! And once the mortage is
paid off, the yield can be very attractive. My wife and I have done
well with rental property. People may tell you there is a lot of hassle
in owning rental property, but if you have a good rental agent and/or
property manager, there is not as much as you might think. We own
property over 3000 miles away from our primary residence and do not
much trouble at all.
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