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These terms are frequently used in relation to the purchase and financing of real estate assets. We are sourcing our definitions from NAIOP, which is a leading organization for developers, owners and investors of commercial real estate.
You may have heard the term accredited investor, but what exactly is an accredited investor? Who needs to be an accredited investor? Should you become an accredited investor? Here is what you need to know:
Ownership of multifamily real estate, commonly called apartments, can be a great way to create stable streams of passive income while investing in the future. Multifamily real estate can be one of the strongest real estate assets in terms of passive income and overall ROI.
This statistic alone should give investors a reason to consider multifamily real estate as a vehicle to diversify their investment portfolios. However, there are several other trends and factors to consider that make multifamily workforce housing a smart investment strategy.
When venturing into Real Estate investing, there are several primary ways to go about it. Each have some benefits and drawbacks. Here we are going to dive in and take a look at the differences between Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Direct Investment.
Investments are typically grouped into four primary categories based on investment strategy and perceived risk. Those four categories are core, core-plus, value-add, and opportunistic. The key differentiator between these categories is the risk and return profile.