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Rental Income vs. Mutual Fund

Rental Income Vs. Equity Mutual Fund Investment

“Your house is not an asset!”

—says Robert Kiyosaki in his book “Rich Dad Poor Dad.”

He is one of the many millionaires who made a fortune out of rental income.

And then there is Equity Mutual Fund investment. It has relatively lesser risk, better flexibility, and liquidity.

Head to head, what should you choose?

Of course, your financial position is crucial here. But, there are a few things you must consider before you fixate on one.

Can a property rental income pay for itself?

How has the pandemic triggered work-from-home transition affected the “rental income arena”?

How to choose a residential property for good capital appreciation?

Can it backfire if you invest in properties for rental income?

If you feel lost trying to find an answer, here’s your answer!

Nilesh Shah—veteran fund manager, MD Kotak Mutual—answers your questions in this video below.

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