Should You Buy a Rental Property Near a Busy Street?


Should You Buy a Rental Property Near a Busy Street?

Is it a bad idea to purchase a rental property in a busy area? Because it’s loud and bustling, many investors hesitate if they realize a prospective investment is on a busy street or near a busy intersection.

However, you might be surprised to learn there are a number of benefits to purchasing a property in a busy area. In this video, you’ll learn two major benefits of purchasing a rental near a busy street.

You’ll learn how having a property near a busy area can be advantageous for both you, and your tenants! This video is for you if you’ve ever wondered about finding an ideal location for your rental properties.

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3 Responses to Should You Buy a Rental Property Near a Busy Street?

  1. Cdogvlog 55

    I would only buy a property in a busy street if it was significantly cheaper, same story if it backs onto a railway line.

  2. imbonnie

    One thing I liked about being in the main street in the neighborhood is that getting rid of metal junk was easy. Once I put out a cast iron tub and it was gone by 7 am the next morning because people were always driving around with their trucks picking up metal scraps. When I moved they took a bunch of metal items and made moving easier.

  3. klintous

    Thanks for the new video, I love them all! I'm looking at a fourplex in the backyard is a Highway. Have you ever dealt with properties close to the highway and the residents hear the highway noise?