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What is the Power of Tangible Asset Investment?

07 Nov, 2023 Investment

Investing is a vastly growing and complex world. The rise of tangible assets has always been prominent in the investment market and a significant way to make a good return on investment. 

So, what are tangible assets?

House of Assets determine tangible assets as growing investment pieces that are physical and hold an inherent value that can be seen, touched, and often used in some way. Also known as real assets or collectable investments, tangible assets exist in the real world and have a concrete presence. Some of the most common types of tangible assets are a wide range of items such as cars, art, or even alcohol – exactly what House of Assets lists online! 

A hotly debated topic among tangible asset investments is their worth against intangible asset investments (investments which do not have a physical presence, e.g. cryptocurrency). But being an international online auction house for tangible assets, at House of Assets, we’re experts in knowing exactly why tangible assets are the brightest way to invest your money. 

The benefits of investing in tangible assets:

Inherent Value and Stability –

Tangible assets represent something of physical value, meaning the item’s value can be more trusted as an inherent presence. The value of tangible assets tends to be more stable over time compared to the volatile nature of intangible financial investments, so it is definitely the better investment solution if you’re a sensible risk-taker. 

Tangible Assets thrive in inflation –

Off the back of Covid-19, where the country is still recovering from booming inflation rates, tangible assets thrive. As the power of the Great British Pound (GBP) suffers due to inflation, the value of your tangible assets will increase and can upstand the risk of depreciation when inflation rates return to normal. This means that these next few years are the perfect time to start listing your own tangible assets to achieve the greatest return on investment.  

Product Diversification –

Tangible assets can provide stability to your investment portfolio. They can act as a counterbalance to the volatility of intangible investments like financial markets, so they can become a handy, reliable source when trying to counteract economic downturns.

Personal Satisfaction –

Another term for tangible assets is passion assets. Collectors of passion assets gain a significant advantage in owning a valuable item that can bring personal satisfaction by investing in something they’re passionate about. The joy of owning and the ability to appreciate the beauty and history of your passion assets can be immensely rewarding.

Inheritance –

Maybe you’re conscious about what inheritance your family will obtain once you pass but want something more meaningful than money. Investing in tangible assets can be an attractive option to pass down to your next of kin. Whilst you can appreciate your ownership of your passion asset, it would also be rewarding to know that you can pass on wealth to the next generation of your family and leave your legacy behind.

While these are only a handful of the key benefits of investing in tangible assets, there is still a huge range of benefits to discover. Tangible assets can be a valuable addition to your financial strategy if you want to protect your wealth, generate passive income, or diversify your investment portfolio. So, if gaining inherent value, financial stability, or portfolio diversification is something you are after, House of Assets are pleased to supply you with these benefits! 

Coming to 2024, House of Assets’ international online auction house will go live, and you can browse through all your new potential investment pieces. Or, if you’re stuck looking where to sell tangible assets, House of Assets is a place where listing collectables is made simple. For any collectors ready to list your valuable items, don’t hesitate to get in contact with House of Assets!

Beth Macdonald

Bethany is a seasoned expert in tangible asset investment, renowned for her astute insights in the realms of art, fine wines, whiskey and classic cars. With over two decades of experience in the financial and luxury asset management sectors, and working for other auction houses/marketplaces, she has a deep understanding of the market sector and investment trading. Her passion for tangible asset investments started early in her career and she has keen eye for value and art.

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