Ask your financial planner and they will agree that long-term real estate is almost always a good investment as long as the timing is right for you. Even in California where average home prices are notoriously high can real estate be a sound investment; you just need to be more cautious of the type of investment you make. While primary residences are still a hot commodity up and down the state, the pockets of investment areas are quickly shriveling up. Are there any decent areas left to invest in inside California or are those days already behind us? Joe Cucchiara explains why he believes the opportunity for investible non-owner-occupied properties has come and passed in California.
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