PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 20, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- According to Positive Real Estate
--a property investment firm based in Australia--the passive income trend is one that is proving popular among many global consumers. However, as a company that aims to educate consumers and industry professionals on property investments, Positive says there is some strategy and work required to ensure that a property investment can provide steady, passive income. As such, the company points to a recent article from U.S. News and World Report that delves deeper into the commitments investors must make when trying to develop a property for passive income purposes.
U.S. News and World Report explains, "The dream of passive investing is to build a portfolio so that you no longer have to do anything active to get a steady return. But it takes some work to make it come true, especially now when interest rates are low and markets are volatile." The article notes several different forms of investments that can provide passive income, and while property assets may require the most work, Positive Real Estate notes that they remain one of the more popular investments made by consumers in Australia and beyond.
According to Positive Real Estate, in order to develop a strong foundation for passive income--either through a single rental property or multiple pieces of real estate--it is essential to thoroughly learn about the concept first. For instance, the company highlights the common realization that in order to build a steady stream of passive income, one must remain very active in the beginning.
For instance, U.S. News and World Report states, "The reality is that most passive investment income (unless you received the income-producing assets via inheritance) requires a lot of active work at the outset... When you invest in real estate or start a business, the 'passive' portion of your portfolio can take years to produce income. If you have rental properties, or if you lease commercial real estate to businesses, you might have to deal with the stress and work that comes with managing your properties. Maintenance, tenant screening and other duties take time and effort. Only when your real estate is producing enough income that you can use it to hire a property management company--and still have some left over for your own use--can you truly say your real property represents passive income." Although these are important observations for the tactical investor, Positive Real Estate offers some additional advice to those in the Australian market who may want to cut down on "active" time put into an investment.
"If you don't feel like sacrificing date night in order to own a property, there are properties available in areas--such as Gladstone--that cost you nothing on a week-to-week basis. By owning real estate in this region, you have exposure to a huge marketplace that is being injected with over $90 billion worth of infrastructure without it costing you a single cent from your pay packet," Positive Real Estate observes in a recent press statement.
Positive Real Estate
is a property investment company based in Australia that remains dedicated to educating the real estate industry and consumers and leads with approximately $250 million in real estate annually. Focused on the goal of providing clients with profit, this organization is highly regarded for helping individuals invest in low entry point properties that can provide high capital yields. Understanding the property investment is time-consuming, expensive and risky, this company has expanded its services to provide educational seminars and develop a staff of more than 50 certified employees who serve as comprehensive mentors to clients. Currently, Positive has offices in Australia and New Zealand, including New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, ACT, Western Australia, as well as South Australia.