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This is not technically a legal question and more of a business decision. What I can say is that money market accounts have a steady but very small return (usually around 1%). However, the MM accounts do offer much more liquidity than real property. (These accounts should not be confused with Money Market mutual funds which are conservative investments that contain short-term securities such as bonds. )
To answer your question, you need to determine your initial cost investment in the rental property to see what kind of a rate of return you are currently receiving.
Again, this is not technically a legal question but in general, real estate tends to appreciate much more over time than MM account.