Baton Rouge, LA is Home to Many Profitable Real Estate Investment Opportunities

August 22, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Baton Rouge, LA - In recent years, one of the true unsung cities for real estate investment has been Baton Rouge, Louisiana. There are many opportunities for investors looking to make a big profit to help supplement their income or to be their income. However, investing in real estate also has its headaches. The biggest might be doing the work and knowing how to properly manage the property and collect rent. Many investors do not know how or do not want to do this work, but it can be a crucial part of the investment process.

“Management at scale might be the biggest challenge for real estate investors in Baton Rouge,” says Evan Roberts of Dependable Homebuyers. “There is a large distressed inventory of properties that can make a large profit for an investor who is willing to get their hands dirty.”

Dependable Homebuyers, and similar real estate companies in Baton Rouge, buy properties directly from sellers. They build their portfolios by leveraging professional property managers and other experts who will make sure the investment strategy yields its best results.

For many investors, residential rentals are the best way to go. They offer the opportunity to collect rent and make an income in that fashion, along with making money from the actual investment.

Many investors now go with the strategy of flipping a property by purchasing it as a distressed asset and then selling it for more than they invested. This means the investor needs to be an expert in the real estate market and in what will attract high bids on the property.

Short-term rentals seem to be all the rage in recent years, and with good reason. It’s very easy for an investor to list their home on a vacation property rental site and make an income in this manner. Hiring a management company to handle the day-to-day of the properties makes this option even simpler.

Wholesaling in Baton Rouge means working with a seller to get the highest selling price possible above asking price. It means that the investor must find a buyer who will pay enough to make the time and money invested worthwhile. The higher above the asking price that the selling price is, the more money an investor will make.

Commercial real estate in Baton Rouge may be where the best returns can be found. Not only to commercial clients pay higher rents, but they are much better at paying them in the first place. Commercial properties can be incredibly profitable if managed properly. Read the article in full at

It doesn’t matter if an investor is new to the game or is looking for their hundredth investment property. There is also more to learn and more money to make. For an investor, the primary concern should be whether or not a property is making money. Using a real estate investment company is a perfect way to get the most bang for an investors buck, and to protect property against any problems. An investor can then focus on how the property is bringing back a great return on their investment. For more details, contact Dependable Homebuyers directly.


For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Baton Rouge, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Baton Rouge
Evan Roberts
(225) 307-3324
17505 Jefferson Hwy, Apt 308, Baton Rouge, LA 70817

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