Equity investment Vs. Property invest...

Equity investment Vs. Property investment

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#1 Feb 7, 2013
When it comes to investment, people are generally confused what to opt for between equity investment and property investment. In such a case, you can go through these points that make it a bit clear for you.

1.Long term investment: Property investment is long term and brings better profits with the increasing value of properties

2.Profit perspective: Real estate investments involve big amounts and the profits as well are larger in amount whereas investing in equity is quite uncertain in terms of profits.

3.Risk factor: Equity investment is something which involves a great deal of risk factor whereas in case of property investment, the prices always rise with the time.

4.Volatile nature: The stocks can go up and down every minute and this scenario does not prevail in case of real estate investments.

5.Dual utilization: Property is a tangible asset, which cannot be replaced by equity. It gives benefits even if it is not being used by the owner. The property can be given on rent in such a case.

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