Real estate investment isn't always as simple as it seems. And, if you've found yourself with a rental property that's turning out to be more hassle than it's worth, it may be time to say goodbye. On the other hand, markets shift, and some careful management can often turn your investment around. Maybe you should ride out the storm and hope that things will get better. How do you determine whether to hold on or let go of your investment? Here are several factors to consider before cutting your losses and moving on to the next opportunity. 1. Continual Negative Cash Flow Remember that property investments are long-term. The only way to build wealth is through holding of assets and accumulation over time. If you choose your rental property wisely in the begging, not only will you see steady positive...

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