If your are deciding whether to invest in real estate actively or passively, you must first consider several factors. Active investors, for example, tend to be more hands-on and favor flips or wholesales. Passive investors, on the other hand, tend to gravitate towards buy-and-hold assets. It is also worth noting one additional difference investors need to account for: the passive income tax rate.
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