Suppose you had two choices for a retirement scenario: the first is that you owned $50,000,000 worth of real estate. The second is that you own $500,000 worth of real estate.
You’d pick the first, right?
Well, what if the $50,000,000 of real estate is worth so much because it’s located adjacent to a national forest, but the government says you can’t build anything on the land that will pay you rental income. So, that means you’re asset rich, but income poor.