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Commercial Real Estate Vs. Stocks – Real Estate Investing Made Simple with Grant Cardone

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Commercial Real Estate Vs. Stocks

Would you rather have $100 million in real estate that cash flows OR would you rather have $100 million in stock?

That begs the question, what stock and what real estate are we talking about here?

How long is the investment period for?

Go to Google and there’s not one data report on commercial real estate vs stocks. That’s why I’m giving you 3 reasons to go with commercial real estate over stocks.

#1 Control— You have more control in real estate than you do with stocks. When you buy a stock, you don’t control what happens to the business—you just hope it goes well.

#2 Leverage— You can own spend $30 get $100 in real estate, but to get $100 in stock you need to spend $100.

#3 Cash Flow—Stocks don’t give you a monthly check!

No matter how you look at it, the bottom line is that commercial real estate gives you more control, leverage, and cash flow than stocks give you.

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