Your rental property isn’t making as much money as you think it is.
Have you ever calculated your return on investment for your property?

Are you being properly compensated for the risk you’re assuming?
Long term returns on diversified REITs average 7%.

On a single property, you should expect 10% or more to be compensated for additional risk.

Also, consider you are taxed at marginal income tax rates.

Rental losses are not deductible if you make more than $100k

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