By Eli Schultz
There is a growing interest in medical real estate among real estate investors. The medical sector is an Amazon resilient, stable investment area the offers attractive low-risk yields and reliable income streams. These investment grade income properties make excellent additions to a retirement portfolio.
We are going to take a few minutes today to review why investment grade real estate should be part of a retirement portfolio and specifically why medical real estate should be at the top of the investing short list. We are also going to share some quick pointers on how you can find, fund, acquire, and exchange medical real estate investments.
Why You Should Include Investment Grade Real Estate in Your Retirement Portfolio?
All investment portfolios should have real estate as a core asset – but not all real estate investments are well suited for a retirement account. The goal here is to create a retirement portfolio that will create a stable income stream with no daily involvement. Management-intensive income properties (such as apartment complexes, strip malls, and office buildings) are not well suited as a stable passive retirement investment. Investors should consider the single tenant net lease sector instead.