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Rich Doc Poor Doc

Oct 20, 2021

Forced appreciation is one of the most powerful wealth building strategies for real estate investors.

When most people think about appreciation, they think about market appreciation. This is a type of appreciation that occurs when the value of the properties in a market go up. As a result, you can't control whether the property value goes up or down.

In contrast, forced appreciation is something you can control. It happens when you increase the income that a property generates. When you increase the income, property values go up.

Forced appreciation works well for larger multifamily properties. When you increase the income that these properties generate, the value tends to go up. However, for smaller properties, we sometimes don't see a direct correlation between income and value. So our community often asks us, can you force appreciation smaller 1-4 unit properties? In this episode, we explore
this question and more!

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