Many have become landlords after inheriting an apartment or moving out of their first owner apartment. Therefore, renting older apartments is a familiar, safe form of property investment for many. Profits are often better for older apartments than for new constructions. Regardless, real estate investors are often keen on the modern amenities and efficient use of space in new constructions, not to forget the assumption of care-free maintenance for several years ahead. What’s more, charges for common expenses are often lower in new housing companies and financing via large housing company debts allow an investor to buy the apartment with relatively little capital.