When Should Your Pull Equity From Your Miami Rental Property?

Are you thinking about pulling equity from your rental property but you’re not sure when is the right time to do this? If so, you come to the right place!

There’s no doubt that owning investment properties is one of the best ways to build wealth in the United States but, you shouldn’t look at your rental property as being a cash register that you can tap into you whenever you want.

The reality is that you should use the equity in your rental property very sparingly while you own that rental and only type into it if you need to utilize an equity match one of the following:


This is by far one of the best reasons to tap into the equity in a rental property because the improvements that you’re going to make will ultimately increase the value of your investment property and even enable you to increase the rent as well.

Some of the best improvements to make to an investment property include the following:

  • Updating kitchens and bathrooms
  • Interior / exterior painting
  • New flooring and window coverings
  • Improving landscaping/curb appeal
  • Buying new appliances
  • Roofing repairs or installation
  • Adding storage to the rental property

Debt Consolidation

Another excellent reason to pull equity from your investment property is debt consolidation or paying off high-interest loans or debts that may have been paying on for years.

Weigh The Costs

As with anything in life, it’s important for you to weigh the cost and determine if pulling the equity from your investment property is a smart decision to make or not.

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