Why real estate is still the best investment

How real estate has remained the best asset class to invest for more than a decade.

Real estate is the biggest asset class in the world and it is still one of the best investments for those who want to have an enduring career and stay well off the grid.

The top asset class, according to research by the Oxford Institute for International Studies, is the shares market, with a value of around $9.2 trillion.

It has been valued at $13.8 trillion in 2014.

That makes real estate the most important asset class for those wanting to stay off the street.

But for the average person, real estate isn’t a career-changing investment.

The average annual return for real estate investment, according the Oxford study, is only 3.2%.

And real estate investments are not always the best way to make money.

Investors who invest in property in the United States are not getting the returns they would like.

The study also shows that, while the share of home values held by people who live in cities and suburbs is declining, the share held by the affluent is increasing.

The reason for the rise in the rich’s share of the stock market is that they are increasingly willing to accept high risk to make their money.

That is because their stock market portfolios have grown larger and they are getting bigger.

For example, the average U.S. stock investor has about $11,000 in their portfolios and owns about 2% of all the shares in the S&P 500 index, according research by Real Capital Analytics.

The average American’s portfolio has increased to about $90,000 and now accounts for 40% of the value of all U.s. stock market assets.

The S&amps is also down by about 12% since its peak in 2007.

But a large portion of the increase in the wealth held by those in the top 1% of income earners is from the growth in the value stocks held by these people.

In 2015, the top 10% of earners in the U.A.S., or the top 0.1%, held a whopping 82% of U. S. stocks.

And the share holding by the top one percent of earners is just about the same, at about 22%.

The same holds true for those in Europe and Japan, where the share holdings of the richest 0.2% of households have grown from 16% to 19%.

For people who want a good income, it is hard to find an asset class that can provide that level of return.

Real EstateInvestmentManagement.com – the world’s leading provider of stock, bond, and real estate information and investment advice – estimates that only about 20% of Americans can afford to invest their money in real estate.

Real Capital Analytics, an online brokerage, says only about 15% of homeowners can make the annual investment return on a $1 million portfolio of real estate in the US.

Real Advisors, a real estate consulting firm, estimates that in the first five years of ownership, the typical real estate investor can expect to earn between $3,400 and $3.7 million.

The annual return on that investment, the firm says, is 4.8%.

That is more than double what the average homeowner earns in a lifetime.

But for the typical investor, the return is only about 2%.

Real EstateMarketPlace – a website that offers a comprehensive guide to real estate investing and its many pros and cons, with an emphasis on the financial side of investing – estimates the average return for a home in the country is between 2% and 3%.

For the average investor, that means that even a home worth $500,000, or $600,000 if you live in a town with a population of 10,000 people, will not pay the same returns as a house worth $600 and 20,000 residents in the same town.

But there are a few exceptions.

Real InvestmentInvestmentTraders Union – the trade association representing real estate professionals, including the top real estate brokers – estimates, on average, that a home valued at more than $1.2 million can pay the average investment return of about 4% a year.

That is the same as an investment of $500 million and 20 years.

But the investment could pay a higher return if the investment value is tied to the quality of the property.

For those who have lived in the city and have never lived in another city, the real estate market can be a little scary.

But if you look at the data, the market is far better than you think.

Realism and confidence in the economy are important for a long-term investment.

If you can invest the money in a good property and see that property grow in value, you can make a good long-run return.

The data also shows the impact that the financial crisis had on real estate investors.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted by 30% from the first quarter of 2008 to the end of 2009.

The S&am was down 20%.

But that was a good outcome