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Why Invest in Real Estate

When done correctly, real estate is one of the most popular and profitable investments with multiple avenues for success.

With rental yields for houses declining in primary and secondary markets across the United States, property investors are casting their eyes across tietary markets with decent returns. Look no further than the great State of Oklahoma. Whether your looking for capital gains over a number of years, or you want to increase your passive income with sound yields, Oklahoma provides great options for investing in properties to meet your goals.

Why Invest in Oklahoma

With rental yields for houses declining in primary and secondary markets across the United States, property investors are casting their eyes across tertiary markets with decent returns. Look no further than the great State of Oklahoma. Whether your looking for capital gains over a number of years, or you want to increase your passive income with sound yields, Oklahoma provides great options for investing in properties to meet your goals.

  • Oklahoma is a great place to live
  • Oklahoma City and Tulsa are thriving and growing markets
  • Large areas of land undeveloped
  • Strong Yields
  • Low property costs
  • Stable rental market
  • Low amount of institutional investors

By understanding your specific goals, we can help you find and determine the most appropriate locations to concentrate your search.

We speak with out of state investors from all over the US daily about opportunities in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Investors need to work harder to find good deals than they did five years ago due to more competition in the real estate market. The bigger, primary markets continue to be extremely competitive and the bigger players/investors are starting to move towards the secondary and even the tertiary markets so don’t wait to invest in Oklahoma.

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Why Invest in Property

  • Passive Income: income without doing a lot of work. Freedom and mailbox money
  • Depreciation: the power of depreciation is largely undervalued or ignored by investors when comparing returns by asset class. This is a huge benefit, just ask your CPA.
  • Tax Deductions: mortgage interest, operating expenses, property taxes, and insurance. These are an added benefit when it comes tax time.
  • Build Equity: equity is an asset that is part of your net worth and you can use equity to leverage for future purchases.
  • Create Personal Wealth: more millionaires have created wealth through property than any other investment form.
  • Add Value for Quick Return: unlike many asset classes, you can renovate and create value out of thin air even through a simple paint job.
  • Cash Flow: some property’s can offer really nice cash flow that can be used in all areas of your life. Who doesn't want a few extra dollars.
  • Benefits the Community: provides housing and increases local tax revenues.
  • Diversification: offers stability during bear markets
  • Inflation: as costs go up so does rental income and property value so it helps hedge against inflation.
  • Financing: financing is easier to get than other investments. Most local banks love to finance property.
  • Appreciation: land and housing historically always go up in value
  • Higher Returns: leverage allows you to put less cash into the investment which could increase your cash-on-cash return vs the stock market
  • Security: unlike a stock, real estate never becomes nothing
  • Tangible Asset: there will always be value in your land and home
  • Savings: great vehicle for retirement and/or children’s education
Why Invest

Property Types

Different property types have their own distinct advantages. Like any investment there are advantages and disadvantages. We are partial to single-family rentals but every investor has different goals, strategies and financial capabilities.

One to 4 units are considered residential and five or more units are considered commercial.

  • Single-Family Rental – 1 unit
  • Duplexes -2 units
  • Triplex – 3 units
  • Fourplex – 4 units
  • Apartment – 5 plus units
Property Types

Single-Family Rental

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  • Largest income producing asset in the US
  • Over 14 million single-family rental homes in the US
  • Yields remain steady and high relative to historical averages
  • Purchase prices are below replacement costs providing downside protection
  • Current rent per square foot is below multi-family comparables
  • Growing demand for rental homes
  • More affordable than multi-family
  • Quicker cash flow because it takes less time to rent
  • Higher tenant quality
  • Lower cost on major repairs
  • Easier to diversify

Multi - Family 5-50 Unit (Tweener market)

  • Not sought after by the larger investors and real estate funds
  • Not a target for most real estate investors because of the larger cash outlay and complexity of the deal.
  • Easier to manage
  • Potential for a higher returns
  • Find better deals than SFR and larger multi family properties.
  • Cost per door is less
  • Efficiencies of Scale
  • Control over Asset Value & Performance
  • Grow portfolio quicker
  • Liquidate faster
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Multi - Family Complexes (50 + Units)

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  • Not a target for most real estate investors because of the larger cash outlay and complexity of the deal.
  • Easier to manage
  • Potential for a higher returns
  • Cost per door is less
  • Efficiencies of Scale
  • Control over Asset Value & Performance
  • Grow portfolio quicker
  • More options to force appreciation
  • More cash flow opportunities
  • Less vacancy risk