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I think the consensus is "NO", for several different reasons. Most of us feel property values will likely still decrease before they increase. Though property values are important, ROI is key. Monthly rental rates are increasing as demand increases, which increases a property value though the actual real estate value may be less. Ultimately, this decision should be made with your financial planner.More variables to be considered than what is dicussed here!
That is a great question, it really depends on your risk tolerance and current ROI compared to what your worse case ROI can be with an income property. Do you have or need exit strategy built in on the income property? Where are you investing? Close to home? Do you have a professional helping you?
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