A real estate property that is not occupied by the owner and has been purchased with the intention of earning a return on the investment either through rent, the future resale of the property, or both. An investment property can be a long-term endeavor, such as a rental home, or an intended short-term investment in the case of rehabilitation (where a property is bought, remodeled or renovated, and sold at a profit).
- Capital growth
- Rental income and yield
- May be tax shelter deductible*
- Build wealth
*Supreme Lending is not a licensed CPA or Tax consultant and therefore, cannot determine if your mortgage interest will be eligible as a tax deduction per IRS code. You are advised to contact a tax professional. This in no way implies you are guaranteed a tax credit.