During many of my financial seminars I’ll meet someone that is thinking about investing in real estate.
Usually these people have little or no credit card debt and are in a comfortable position financially.
Often times they have heard that investing in real estate for a tax purpose – specifically speaking, a tax deduction – can be advantageous.
One of my reader’s recently posed a question about the pros and cons of buying real estate for a tax purpose.
Continue watching to hear my answer and my tips on buying real estate in the current economy.
- Can I Write Off Credit Card Interest on My Taxes? (turbotax.intuit.com)
- The Pros and Cons of Investing in Real Estate ETFs (money.usnews.com)