Sean Tissue knew at an early age that he wanted to know into real estate management. He quickly earned the credentials needed after high school to become a real estate professional. When he started his company, Centureon Investments, he knew that the ever-changing world of real estate would be both a challenge and a reward.
He commented on the changing investment strategies while talking about turnkey properties. Home flipping was a huge trend in the 2010s leading many prospective property investors to purchase fixer-uppers and tackle the job for a profit. However, Tissue comments that there are many hidden setbacks that can cause your investment to flop. Every county has different rules on building and permitting. Some unseen setbacks can come from getting permits from the city or county. These can cost the investor time and money while they are sitting on a half-finished property. There are also many other unforeseen complications that can cause an investor to lose profit. Tissue recommends turnkey properties instead. These are properties that are move-in ready and can be rented for monthly profit. If the investor doesn’t want to take on landlord duties, they can use a third-party broker to manage the property for them.
Tissue believes in real estate as a sound investment because it is one of the oldest methods of generating wealth. It is a tried and true model that still holds true to today. As cities become denser, all property values rise and have the potential to turn a profit for any investor. He emphasizes that real estate is a slow game of careful decision-making and research. While there are many ways that a person can utilize their investment property, research and self-education are one of the best ways to find out which avenue is best for your property.