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As prices on multi-family homes have come down and rental apartments in demand, owning a rental property makes more sense than in years past.

This type of asset can help balance your volatile stock portfolio and low-to-no-income producing bank or money market accounts.

Speak to a real estate professional so you fully understand what being a landlord entails and how to choose a good investment property.

Are you ready to be a landlord?

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