Why Invest In Land During Economic Downturns

The world’s economies are experiencing tremendous falls. In the media through television, radio and newspaper people are constantly talking about economic crises, recession and credit crunch. The trembling terror of bank crisis and financial bailout forces the brainy investors to change prospect from shares, forex, commodities to one of the most assured investments ‘land’.

Why to invest in land?

Land has a fixed value. The value of money is materially at stake during economic downturns. The value of shares is crashing despite remedy actions taken by the state. The government is bailing out tones of dollars to energize the economy but it has not yet given signs. There are more banks that are at risk and failing can become apparent, similarly to the crisis in the 80s and 30s. Land has a fixed value, the value does fluctuate but the price is guaranteed to appreciate with time.

Secondly, land is a secure physical investment of capital. The banks are experiencing credit dilemmas which have at the moment not affected private deposit enormously but when the government will be unable to back-up banks with aid capital, the clients will lose their bank deposits to a certain limit. If capital is invested in Land, it will act as a store of value similarly to a fixed deposit. In times of hardship material value is the absolute solution as paper value is subject to risk.

The erosion of financial market can lead to heavy investment in land which can eventually create shortage leading to rapid appreciation of the value of land. Property has always been a wise investment especially when the banking sector is collapsing.

When the most attractive markets fail, land remains the safest option, not only to store money but also to earn money. Investing in land during economic downturn will be the most convenient and assured placement of your valuable dollars. It will safeguard your investment until better times.

by  Gregory Akerman 2009

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