Why Your House Could Be Your Best Performing Asset Class

Since the coronavirus pandemic, its services have expanded way beyond just providing shelter


More than a decade ago consumers and bankers thought houses were surefire investments whose prices never went down. That ended in 2008 with a financial crisis.

It may be time to revisit the thesis. In a world of zero interest rates and bubbly stock markets, your house may once again offer the best returns of any asset class—provided you think of “return” the right way.

Total return is capital gains plus income. With stocks and bonds, the income is dividends or interest—cold, hard cash. But with your house…Click Here to Continue Reading