The ROI (return on investment) of a rental property is arguably one of the most calculated metrics when deciding whether or not to invest. Even veteran landlords tend to look at ROI as the sole metric that decides whether or not something is a “deal”. But, in the 2022 housing market, more and more landlords are seeing a massive boost in equity, and new investors are finding cash flow harder and harder to find. Has ROI kept its relevance?
Welcome back to another episode of Seeing Greene, where expert investor, agent, author, and real estate investor, David Greene, takes time to answer the BiggerPockets community’s most top-of-mind questions. In this episode, we touch on topics such as how to scale your portfolio on limited funds, whether or not to invest in tenant-friendly states, long-distance house hacking, and the foolproof way to decide whether to hold or sell in 2022.
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