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Real estate

Why Real Estate is a Sound Investment

There are some things that are widely known to be a good investment, and those that are either just assumed, or taken to be bad investments. When it comes to Real Estate, opinion is very much up in the air. Whether Real Estate is a good investment or not for you personally largely depends on your particular circumstances, but today, we're going to be talking about why Real Estate is, generally, a sound investment.


There are some things that are widely known to be a good investment, and those that are either just assumed, or taken to be bad investments. When it comes to Real Estate, opinion is very much up in the air. Whether Real Estate is a good investment or not for you personally largely depends on your particular circumstances, but today, we’re going to be talking about why Real Estate is, generally, a sound investment.

Why Real Estate is a Sound Investment

When we talk about investment, we’re talking about the act of putting your money into something with the hopes of a profit further on down the line. Putting your money in a savings account and hoping that the interest will accrue to something worthwhile is an investment, but for many, the potential return on investment in this case just isn’t enough to justify doing it.

However, when using property as an investment, it’s generally (depending on your financial situation) a good choice. Here are some reasons why:

  • Real Estate is a lucrative market; there is always a lot of money involved, even if it’s not necessarily immediately obvious.
  • The Real Estate market is ever changing, it can be “up”, and “down,” being a buyers or a sellers market at different times. This means the amount of profit available is changeable, and always liable to increase if you have a bit of patience.
  • Buying properties at a lower price point, improving them and either selling them on or renting them out at a profit is one of the best ways to make a profit on your investment in Real Estate. Property development and renovation can prove to be extremely lucrative if you have the money in the first instance, the willingness to work hard and the knowledge required to make a success.
  • If you’re buying a property to live in and so that you have something to pass down to your children when you’ve passed away, although you may not see the benefit of it within your lifetime, you’ll always have the knowledge that you’re leaving something more than just fond memories behind for your children, and their children. While this may not be the traditional return on investment that people hope for when buying property, it isn’t to be discounted.
  • By tying your money up in your property and ensuring to the best of your ability that there is always equity within your home, there’s always the possibility of accessing this money should you have need of it in the future.

Real Estate, redefined

Whether you’re buying as an investment property, or just because you’d like somewhere new to live, let us here at Domobase make it easier for you. We connect you with only the very best Real Estate Agents and Landlords, meaning you’re only shown the very best properties that fit your requirements as closely as possible. How do we make it easy for you? By keeping it simple. All you need to do is download our app, fill in your details and link up your social media profile. within a few days, we’ll have up to three first rate industry professionals get in touch with you. That’s all there is to it.


Charlotte is the content creator for Domobase, a freelance content marketer and creative fiction writer. When not scribbling away, she can usually be found with her nose in a book.