Investing in real estate can be a risky business.
Unlike the stock market, where the answer to whether your investment paid off or not is right there in numbers, you can’t judge the success of a property.
Besides asking your property manager or speaking with your tenants, you have no way of knowing if the money you sunk into a house or building has actually increased its value.
What if I told you real estate has a cheat sheet? You can invest and almost instantly see if your risk paid off.
Let me show you this investment trick that will make you all the big bucks of real estate millionaires, with half the stress.
I’m sure you’ve heard that there are no guarantees in investing.
That may be true, but if you’ve got the right mind for it, some investments can be as good as gold.
You just have to know what to look for and where best to put your money.
Unfortunately, Wall Street scam artists know that people like you are looking for help to navigate the market. They take advantage of that, and you may end up high and dry with nothing to show for it.
Lucky for you, I’m here to save you from investment ridicule.
If you’ve tried looking for properties to buy after reading about an inspiring millionaire who started with one investment, chances are you’ve hit a few roadblocks.
Finding a property can be just as difficult as maintaining one, but you’re supposed to remember all the dollar signs on the other side, right?
Not quite. With this investment trick, I can help you reach millionaire heights and never have to search for properties ever again.
The secret lies in the stock market.
Now, I know what you’re thinking. The stock market is just as risky as real estate.
Not necessarily, because the people who told you that didn’t know where to invest.
Real estate is tricky because there are no numbers behind a renovated house, or a satisfied tenant. The answer to whether your risk paid off is at the end of the long and miserable process of selling a property.
Once you’re through with closing costs, agent commission, and any other annoying fees, your return on investment could be pitiful in comparison to how much time and effort you put into it.
The stock market offers real-time data in the real estate world, and to get involved you don’t even have to leave your house.
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are tradeable portfolios that allow investors (like you) to buy shares in commercial real estate across a variety of properties.
Think of it this way: your friend is selling ice cream.
Everyone gets to choose one flavor of ice cream, and they pay $5 for one bowl.
You offer to pay each person $0.50 for a spoonful of each flavor.
Not only are you likely to spend less money than they did, you also get to try delicious flavors like strawberry and rocky road, while your friend is stuck with just vanilla.
REITs are the best of all real estate income, and they can be categorized based on sector.
So, it really is like being a kid in an ice cream shop.
You get to choose where you want to put your money, and then you can sit back and relax while commercial real estate investors do the work for you.
What are you waiting for? Get your broker on the phone.
If you kick your feet up with a bowl of ice cream as you invest in your first REIT, I promise you’ll be so thankful you never had to go to an open house.