Hey @Sarah Gregory , you'd still be diversifying your portfolio within real estate. During the last crash, the niche that came out the best, was multifamily. I think that if your 10 property portfolio is stable, pursuing a small apartment isn't as risky as you think. Just make sure you do a proper and thorough due diligence, and don't become emotionally attached to any potential property.
You have a good size portfolio. So I say you shouldn't put any of your money into it.
You could create an investment opportunity for someone else and grow your net worth without deploying your own funds.
Just a thought...
I am a strong believer in diversification. I try to keep any single investment to less than 10% of investment net worth but sometimes appreciation (like in the Bay Area) pushes it up above that. Still from the basis of cash I put in , it would be less than the 10%.
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