I am not an HTML expert, nor do I build web sites with HTML. However, I am proficient in the basic HTML to lay out a text article if it’s being uploaded with some type of FTP or content management system. Normally, the article would be delivered to the buyer as a text file, example excerpt:
<title>Investing in Rental Property – What are the Benefits?</title>
<description>Investing in rental property brings returns in multiple ways. It’s not just buy low and sell high. You can still make money, even if you don’t.</description>
<keywords>investing in rental property, benefits, income, appreciation, improvements, investment, inflation, cash flow</keywords>
Getting excited about the benefits of investing in rental property isn’t hard. When compared to stocks, bonds, commodities and other common investments, investing in rental property provides returns in more ways. It isn’t necessary to “call the market” as far as direction. Though it helps, “buying low and selling high” isn’t necessary in order to realize handsome returns from your rental property investment. Let’s look at how the benefits stack up.
<b>Positive cash flow from rents</b>, or your “rental yield” is a great draw for those investing in rental property. Rental yield, expressed as a percentage, represents the cash left over after the mortgage payment, taxes, and operational expenses like management and repair costs. It’s not uncommon for a rental property to have a 4% to 10% or higher rental yield after expenses.