Buy Real Estate Stocks Now! (Part 1)
Real estate, the original stock exchange villain, has remained remarkably aloof from bad stock news during this period. The National Association of Realtors has found large swathes of the United States, in which home prices have held steady, and even recorded double-digit percentage increases over last year. What is most interesting is that the smaller, single-family properties have proved to be amongst the most resilient throughout the entire home equity loan storm. It is true that this year’s volumes of transactions in realty have fallen below corresponding periods in 2006, but the home and commercial property fronts have been much better off than most stock brokers would have us believe.
Multiple Stock Options in Real Estate
Do not be surprised if your financial advisor suggests that this is a good time to invest in a home, commercial, retail, or even industrial property. Investors everywhere are rapidly learning that some top stocks of the season are in various facets of the real estate sector. Stock options based on this line of thinking cover owned properties, as well as manufacturers and service providers involved in civil construction and land development. Every portfolio deserves generous dollops of stocks from this sector. There are multiple boosts for land, construction, and stock trades in homes, condominiums, shopping areas, offices, and manufacturing plants.
Financial planning centered on land and construction has to be global and local at the same time. The National Association of Realtors, which with over a million members is the largest body of its kind in the United States, affirms that each locality has its own ground realities in terms of price and demand trends. Each entity that owns, sells, buys, or rents property, has unique needs and objectives. Most people stay with properties for at least a decade, making stock from this sector one of the most durable to be found in any nook of the stock market. Rising population and economic prosperity make realty stocks even hotter in places such as Dubai, Mumbai, and Shanghai, with their amazing growth rates. This is not to say that the first worlds on either sides of the Atlantic are any less desirable in financial planning terms.
Buy Real Estate Stocks Now! (Part 2)