Investment properties

Investment properties are real estate assets acquired with the primary purpose of generating income or realizing capital appreciation. These properties are not intended for personal use but rather for investment and income-producing purposes. They can include various types of real estate, such as residential rental properties, commercial buildings, industrial facilities, and undeveloped land, among others. Investors typically earn income from investment properties through rent or lease payments from tenants. The potential for property value appreciation over time can also contribute to the investment's profitability. Investment properties are a common choice for real estate investors seeking to diversify their portfolios and create a source of passive income.

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