Real Estate Investing

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Can you always/ continuously make money on residential. For example, let’s say you climbed to the top, and sell million dollar homes in Beverly Hills as in investor, I mean there isn’t much fix& flips you can do with homes worth $20million+ also, long term rental income would be low, even though the location is desired, just because if you dk research you can see the vacancy rate is high. I mean who would want to rent a mansion for $20,000/month? Even then it wouldn’t be consistent rental cash flow, considering property taxes, electricity and such. And the properties can’t appreciate anymore than 20+million already. Of course there is raw land, commercial real estate.
Maybe Im thinking over too hard.

Arthur Voskanyan

@Arthur Voskanyan , was there a question there? Of course, if you're an AGENT, these are the very properties you dream about being asked to list!

So yes, you're over-thinking it. Cheers...

I’m talking about as an investor not a residential agent?

Originally posted by @Arthur Voskanyan :

I’m talking about as an investor not a residential agent?

Exactly. So, your question is...? 

my question is, if I own a $20million dollar mansion, what other imvesting strategies can I utilize to gain more profit? Can’t flip it? It’s already as modern as it gets, it can’t appreciate that much from $20 million, and how is going to rent out a mansion for $100,000 when you can buy a condo for that price?

Arthur V. 

Don't buy $1 million mansion. Buy multifamily or several single family homes.
Oops $20 million. You would spread your money out into multiple properties or multi unit properties
Originally posted by @Arthur Voskanyan :

my question is, if I own a $20million dollar mansion, what other imvesting strategies can I utilize to gain more profit? Can’t flip it? It’s already as modern as it gets, it can’t appreciate that much from $20 million, and how is going to rent out a mansion for $100,000 when you can buy a condo for that price?

Arthur V. 

Per your questions on other threads too, you might borrow against (say, 75% of) your equity.

The trick is: buying properties that will both: keep going up in value, and cash flow positively for you, even when leveraged at 75% of their value. (Many go for one or the other). Good luck...

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