After all, if it’s important to hire a specialist for your financial assets, why not for your hard assets?
At PWREAM, we are focused on growing the value of your hard assets.
The Washington, DC area has seen its position as job leader drop considerably since the downturn. Meanwhile, the urban markets have dominated the growth of real estate, mostly at the expense of the suburban markets. What does that mean for you? Will that change?
And while equities are hostage to every daily whim of the financial markets (and political whims), real estate is about understanding where you fit in your market. Real estate requires a different set of skills and experience. We don’t compete with your financial advisor, we complement them.
More than ever, our changing world requires us to keep a diversified portfolio of investments. No longer can we expect the financial equities market to just only go up. Recent history has proved that not only can investments go down in times of economic duress, but certain stocks and bonds can actually disappear, their model or niche’ no longer valid in a rapidly changing world, resulting in value plummeting to zero, never to return.
But if you own real estate, rarely does that investment permanently stay down. Even in a poor economic cycle, real estate, as a tangible asset, will eventually recover some or possibly all of its original value. And with proper oversight, real estate will likely increase well beyond its original basis. And, of course, even in a down market you may still be getting current cash flow.