Just as much as the Real estate market is no longer an investment reserved for the “high and mighty” or the “big guns and wealthy”, Bitcoin investment has also been broken down to its littlest to permit participation, trading, and investment from both the high class, middle class, and lower class.
Real estate investment and Bitcoin investment and become deeply rooted investment options across the globe. Although Real estate investment dates back centuries, Bitcoin has successfully won the heart and attention of investors as a result of its massive ROI.
Regardless of how these two investment options are doing on the global market, there are always pros and cons to every scheme. Although we can not necessarily say one is better than the other, we believe the risks and gains are left to the judgement of the potential and interested investors.
Investing wrongly can be fatal, investing rightly would generate long term beneficially stable ROI. It is imperative to perform extensive research and due diligence. So basically, the pros and cons of these investment options should be perused and weighed thoroughly before being embarked upon.
Pros of Real estate investment
For decades, perhaps centuries to come, Land will still appreciate and remain a tangible asset. Can anything beat that? We guess not. Versatile investment opportunities, Tangible asset, Tax benefits
Long-term returns, High cash flow amongst many other benefits.
Pros of Bitcoin investment
Bitcoin, though barely 12 years, it has generated a massive ROI and has widely permitted investment opportunities for both the poor and the rich. It is easier to venture into bitcoin investment than real estate. All you need to do is create a bitcoin wallet for free, buy some bitcoins and watch your ROI increase. Bitcoin is a global currency and can be purchased at any time from any part of the world through exchanges. The price of 1BTC is around $45,000 and analysts are predicting a $100,000 target before the end of 2021. That is a massive 55% ROI if the prediction is correct.
Regardless of the attractive ROI, over 90% of the world’s population cannot afford to buy 1BTC at this moment. Another advantage BTC has over real estate is that you can buy any unit of bitcoin. You can invest in bitcoin with as little as N5,000, unlike real estate where you need millions of naira to buy a valuable property.
Cons of Real estate investment
Costly investment, Not a fluid asset, High maintenance.
Cons of Bitcoin investment
Purchasing Bitcoin is high-risk with the potential for high reward and low maintenance, while real estate is a long-term investment that could provide steady income or end in a big payout down the road. The other problems of Bitcoin investment includes High volatility. Security issues. Not a tangible asset. High risk. Zero regulations.