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Plage Saint-Pierre Beach & Campground

Now you can invest in oceanfront real estate with as little as $1,000

Co-own a Nova Scotia beach destination through FrontFundr with Forge & Foster

Soaring real estate prices have locked many Canadians out of the market — and the wealth gains that come with ownership.

“For too long, real estate has been behind closed doors and not accessible to everyone,” says Joe Accardi, Partner & CEO of Forge & Foster. “We want to bring real estate to all Canadians, and FrontFundr is something that we’re really excited about.”

 

WHAT IS FRONTFUNDR?

FrontFundr is Canada’s leading online private markets investing platform and an exempt market dealer. 

Founded in Vancouver in 2013, the startup’s mission is to democratize the private sector investment model by offering companies an alternative to venture and private equity investing.

FrontFundr provides investors with the opportunity to invest in startups and growth companies. Their online platform allows all Canadians — from professionals to first-time investors —to support the ideas and initiatives they want to see succeed. 

 

 

The company has built up a community of over 34,000 users, run over 100 successful funding campaigns, and helped businesses raise more than $120 million so far.

“You might think you can only invest in Wealthsimple and public stocks, but you can also invest in early stage companies from the very beginning.”

“We’re missionaries to spread the word around equity crowdfunding, in general,” says Peter-Paul Van Hoeken, the founder and CEO of Silver Maple Ventures, FrontFundr’s parent company. “Creating awareness has been a huge job for our company in the last five years. You might think you can only invest in Wealthsimple and public stocks, but you can also invest in early stage companies from the very beginning.”

 

TELL ME ABOUT THE PROPERTY

The Plage Saint-Pierre Beach and Campground in Cheticamp, Nova Scotia, sits on 2,500 feet of private beach along one of the province’s warmest bays.

The nearby Cabot Cape Breton Golf Club is a popular destination. Visitors also enjoy hiking, whale watching, berry picking, stargazing, kayaking, cycling, dining on fresh seafood and more.

The popular destination boasts quaint cabins, RV rentals, and sites for tents and RVs. However, there is plenty of opportunity for improvement and expansion.

Situated at the gateway of the world-famous Cape Breton Highlands National Park and just off the Cabot Trail, this real estate investment property is packed with potential. And Forge & Foster is ready to unlock that potential through its unparalleled expertise in real estate management. 

“Never before have people had the opportunity to invest in spectacular real estate like this, starting at just $1,000.”

Joe Accardi, Partner and CEO at Forge & Foster Investment Management, said, “This is a very special opportunity for investors and we’re excited to offer it through our trusted partner, FrontFundr. Never before have people had the opportunity to invest in spectacular real estate like this, starting at just $1,000.”

WHY FRONTFUNDR? 

Here are the main benefits of investing in real estate through FrontFundr:

  • No fees
  • Pride of ownership
  • No need to qualify for a mortgage
  • No down payment required
  • None of the pain of managing a property
  • No closing costs
  • No need to find tenants or maintain the property
  • You’ll get a share of rent and gains on the property when it’s sold
  • You’ll receive ongoing oversight and support
  • Every investment project undergoes a detailed due diligence process

“Join FrontFundr. Take a look at their projects. You can invest in a project that you’re excited about,” says Accardi.

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Great platform to invest in early stage enterprise
The investment process was straightforward and well explained.
Jean-Philippe Deblois, Trust Pilot

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Great platform that is intuitive and easy to use!
Good access to detailed prospectus and pitch info. The digital signing process is simple and efficient. Private company investing has never been this easy or accessible.
Ken Smith, Trust Pilot

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I feel fully confident that I am making sound investment decisions for myself. FrontFundr is an essential platform to democratize investing into early stage companies that have huge potential to add value.
— Leon Lie, Trust Pilot

 

WHAT ARE THE EXPERTS SAYING?

“Small investments in multiple projects add up over time. That makes it appealing for young people who want to get in the habit of investing.”

“I feel that real estate crowdfunding can be a viable tool for those who want to invest in real estate but are restricted due to a lack of money or credit,” says Mark Ting, CBC’s finance columnist. “Small investments in multiple projects add up over time. That makes it appealing for young people who want to get in the habit of investing.”

“A crowdfunded model comes with transparency and tangibility,” Tina Tehranchian, an Assante Capital Management Ltd. senior wealth adviser told the Globe and Mail. “You can drive by the property and boast to your friends that you have a share of ownership of this property.”

HOW DO I JOIN?

Sign up for FrontFundr now — there’s no fee to join!

Plage Saint-Pierre Beach & Campground is currently raising $595,000. Details of the offering can be found at frontfundr.com/forgeandfoster


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To book a stay at Plage Saint-Pierre Beach & Campground, visit plagestpierre.com or contact plagesaintpierre@gmail.com or (902) 224-2112.

 

Crowe Valley Campground

Now You Can Enter the Real Estate Market With Just $500, Thanks to BuyProperly

“BuyProperly provides you with the benefits of investing in cities with huge capital appreciation — without bearing the brunt of high real estate costs,” says BuyProperly CEO Khushboo Jha. “Our mission is to enable investors like you to grow your wealth through alternate asset classes.”

With BuyProperly, you can enter the real estate market for just $500. As BuyProperly’s first commercial real estate partner, Forge & Foster will waive BuyProperly’s annual management fee. Use the promo code BEGIN@500 at BuyProperly.ca to get started.

What is BuyProperly?

Founded in Toronto in 2019, BuyProperly is a fractional real estate investing platform that lets you enter the real estate market through a quick and easy online transaction.

Through BuyProperly.ca, you can go online and complete a fractional real estate investment with expected returns of 20 to 40% in less than 7 minutes.

“There’s only one objective: to give the customer’s options to invest in good deals. That’s it,” Khushboo told Bay Street Bull.

“There’s only one objective: to give the customer’s options to invest in good deals.”

— Khushboo Jha
BuyProperly CEO

BuyProperly grows your wealth by identifying high yield properties with a cutting-edge proprietary AI model.

You’ll earn passive rental income alongside your long-term investments. When a property is sold, your investment principal is paid back to you, plus appreciation.

How does it work?

BuyProperly’s selection process has three stages:

  1. First, using an AI model that looks at 20 years of MLS data, BuyProperly finds assets listed for less than their fair market value. This is determined through 500 million data points, including information on nearby schools, banks, neighbourhood shops, local demographics and economic data.
  2. Next, BuyProperly’s investment committee reviews actual, up-to-date numbers and data to detect red flags not captured in the initial evaluation.
  3. Then, BuyProperly undertakes an in-person inspection. Only 1% of properties reviewed pass BuyProperly’s rigorous evaluation and appear on the BuyProplerly website for you to invest in.

BuyProperly rents the fractionally-owned properties to high-quality, AAA tenants, earning you passive income alongside your long-term investments. In a few simple steps, you can open up a free account and start investing!

The Switchyards, Niagara Falls
Properties like The Switchyard in Niagara Falls, Ontario — which you can invest in on BuyProperly — offer tremendous upside potential through redevelopment.

What Are BuyProperly’s Main Benefits?

    • No need to qualify for a mortgage
    • No downpayment required
    • None of the pain of managing a property or being a landlord
    • No closing costs
    • No need to find tenants or maintain the property
    • You’ll get a share of rent and gains on the property when it’s sold

Properties like The Switchyard, which is located at 4256 Carroll Avenue and 5900 Thorold Stone Road in Niagara Falls, Ontario, offer tremendous upside potential through redevelopment. And BuyProperly offers you an opportunity to invest in it.

These 92,800 square foot, multi-tenanted industrial buildings are situated on 3.8 acres.

The property’s “General Industrial” designation allows for a variety of uses, such as:

  • cold storage facilities
  • laboratories
  • warehouse space
  • offices

It’s in a great area with residential neighbourhoods to the west and north. Old downtown and Queen Street are a five-minute drive away, and the Clifton Hill tourist area is a nine-minute drive.

What are the experts saying?

“I’ve had the fortunate opportunity to be a part of BuyProperly and Khushboo’s journey since the beginning,” Saurabh Dutta, Partner at Nurture Ventures, said in a statement. “The market need for fractional real estate investing is clear through the customer growth BuyProperly has seen in only a short amount of time.”

“Khushboo and her team created the new hidden gem of real estate investing,” Margaux Perrin said on Bay Street Estate Bull.

“Khushboo and her team created the new hidden gem of real estate investing.”

Margaux Perrin, Bay Street Bull

Here’s How to Join BuyProperly and Enter the Real Estate Market for $500

It’s quick and easy for you to create an account at BuyProperly.ca. Then, use the promo code Begin@500 at BuyProperly.ca to get started with an investment of just $500.

Are you interested but have a few more questions? The folks at BuyProperly are happy to chat! It’s quick and easy to schedule a call with them. Just book a meeting and choose a time that suits you best!

The Pros and Cons of Investing in Single-Family Homes

The Pros and Cons of Investing in Single-Family Homes

There is no doubt that investing in real estate is a smart move for anyone looking to secure their financial future. But when it comes to building a lucrative real estate portfolio, there are a few different options to choose from.

One of the most popular choices is investing in single-family homes. In this article, we will take a look at the pros and cons of investing in single-family homes to help you decide if this is the right type of investment for you.

First, let’s define the main types of residential investments:

Single-family: A property that has one available dwelling to rent.

Duplex: A property that has two available dwellings to rent.

Multi-family: A property that has three or more available dwellings to rent.

Let’s start by looking at all the pros of investing in single-family homes.

 

High Returns

 

Single-family homes are a great choice if you’re looking for steady appreciation with a good return on investment.

In most cases, you can expect to make around 12% on your investment each year. Don’t forget, you’ll have maintenance and operating expenses and potentially regular mortgage payments as well, which we’ll discuss in a moment.

That’s a pretty good chunk of change. And remember, investing in real estate isn’t just about getting rich quick — it’s about investing for the future.

If you plan on holding on to these properties indefinitely, then single-family homes are a great choice because they tend to appreciate quickly over time.

For instance, if you buy a property today for $100,000 and sell it 20 years from now for $200,000 then that’s an average of 12% appreciation per year.

If you held on to your investment property indefinitely, the value would continue to increase at this rate while other investment options (like stocks) might plateau.

Easier to Get Started

 

Another pro of investing in single-family homes is that it is a very easy way to get started. Unlike multi-family homes that may require hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy, single family homes are less expensive and therefore easier to acquire.

You don’t need a lot of money to start building your real estate portfolio and you can begin to see returns pretty quickly.

But perhaps you don’t have enough for the mortgage down payment. If that’s the case, then you could consider the opportunity to invest in a fractional share of a property. At BuyProperly, they help investors like you get started in real estate investing for as little as $2,500. Learn more here.

Stable and Secure

 

The market for single-family homes is always growing. Even if the economy takes a turn for the worse, you can still expect to make money off of your investment. Unlike investing in stocks or other forms of investments, real estate is something that normally retains its value no matter what the market is doing.

Maintenance and Repair Costs

 

A big benefit of single-family investing is that repair and maintenance costs are often lower than what you would pay with larger buildings.

Instead of having multiple units to look after, investing in single-family homes means you only have one unit  to worry about. Plus, you can often do the repairs yourself to save even more money.

More Control

 

Investing in single-family homes gives you more control over your investments.

For example, if you buy a single-family home and then decide that investing isn’t right for you anymore, you can sell it at any time. You have more control over the investment and how long to continue investing. Plus, since they appreciate quickly over time with little upkeep required from an investor point of view, this means less stress when investing.

Less Risk

 

Single-family homes are a great way to get started in real estate investing without taking on too much risk.

The market for single-family homes is always growing, so if your investment doesn’t go as planned, you can still sell it down the road and make most of your money back.

Easier to Manage

 

Another pro of investing in a single-family home is that it is much easier to manage than a larger property. It’s often easier to find a property management company and the fees are substantially less than you would pay with a larger building. You also don’t have to worry about hiring and managing staff, which can be a big hassle.

Less turnover

 

Single-family rentals tend to have long-term tenants with less turnover than lower-priced units in a multi-family building.  Long-term tenants are more stable and will pay their rent on time, which means less stress for you.

Multiple vacancies can become an issue with larger properties and can really eat into your profits.

Diversification

 

Because single-family homes are less expensive than large buildings, it’s easier to continue to invest and add more homes to your real estate portfolio. That means you can diversify and reduce the risk of sudden vacancies and non-paying tenants.

As you can see, there are several pros to investing in single-family real estate. But, like any investment, it doesn’t come without some risk.

Cons of Investing in Single-Family Homes

Now that you have a good idea of the many benefits of investing in single-family homes, let’s take a look at some of the cons of this type of real estate investment.

Sourcing Deals

 

The main con of investing in single-family homes is that it can be difficult to find good deals. Because this is such a popular choice, the competition is fierce. So you need to be prepared to do some digging and put in some work if you want to make a profit.

Takes time to generate a return

 

With single family homes, it can take a while to see a return on your investment. It’s not uncommon for it to take at least five years before you start seeing any real profits.

Remember that although you’re always able to collect rental income on your investment, much of the benefit in single-family home investing comes through the capital appreciation over time.

Flip & Sell Risks

 

“Flipping” houses (buying and selling them quickly for a profit) can be risky.  If you’re not careful, you could end up losing money on a flip.

Another con to flipping is that it’s often difficult to find good deals – the same issue we mentioned before. Plus, if the market takes a downturn, you could end up losing money on the sale.

Vacancy rates

 

Unlike multi-family home investing with several units to generate income, single-family home investing means you’re buying only one unit to rent. If a tenant doesn’t pay the rent or leaves the property, you could suddenly find yourself with a 100% vacancy rate, which can significantly eat into your return on investment.

Management

 

Another downside is that it can take a lot of time and effort to manage all of the different aspects of owning and managing multiple single-family homes. Two or three properties can be extremely easy, whereas 10, 15, or even 20 single-family homes can mean a lot of traveling for your management company!

If you are planning on managing the property yourself, you’ll also need to be within a reasonable commuting time to this property to deal with any issues.

Less Leverage

 

Lastly, investing in a single-family home usually doesn’t provide as much leverage as investing in a larger property.

In the real estate investing world, leverage means using other people’s money to fund your investment.

For example, with single-family investing, you may only be able to get a loan for 50% or 60% of the purchase price. Whereas with investing in a larger property, you may be able to get a loan for up to 80% or even 90%.

This is because investing in larger buildings means investing more money, and investing more money means investing more risk.

The bank doesn’t want to be stuck with all the risk if something goes wrong. So they’re more likely to loan you money when you’re investing in a larger property.

This means you can’t make as much money on your investment if it goes up in value.

Are single-family homes the right investment for you?

 

It all depends on your goals and what you’re looking for in an investment. If you’re prepared to do some work sourcing good deals, investing in a single-family home can be a great way to get started in real estate investing. They are stable and secure, have lower maintenance costs, and are easier to manage than larger properties.

However, keep in mind that it can take a while to see a return on your investment. So if you’re looking for something that will generate income quickly, single-family homes may not be the best option for you.

Conclusion

 

Overall, investing in single-family homes is a great way to secure your financial future. It is a stable investment that has the potential to make you a lot of money over time. However, it is important to remember that there are some risks involved, and it does take some effort to manage everything.

If you are willing to take on these challenges, then investing in single-family homes is definitely something you should consider.

Looking for your first (or next) real estate investment? At BuyProperly, they use advanced AI technology to help match investors with lucrative investment opportunities. They use a fractional ownership model so you can get started for as little as $2,500 (and see projected annual returns of 10-40%).  With this approach, BuyProperly makes it easy to invest in multiple properties and locations to diversify your investment portfolio and build your wealth! Want to learn more? Visit BuyProperly.

How to Become a Real Estate Investor: A Step-by-Step Guide

How to Become a Real Estate Investor: A Step-by-Step Guide

Are you wondering how to become a real estate investor and start growing your very own property portfolio? We’re diving into the nitty-gritty of what it takes to find your first property deal and build a lucrative real estate investment business.

Real estate investing is on the rise and now is a great time to get into the market. In fact, according to an article in The Globe and Mail, investors account for one-fifth of all home purchases across Canada!

If you’re brand new, investing can feel overwhelming, but there are a few simple steps you can take to set yourself up for success. With a clear plan and the right strategy, being a real estate investor is incredibly exciting, rewarding, and lucrative.

What qualifies you as a real estate investor?

The great news is that you don’t need any special credentials or qualifications to start investing in real estate. Many people choose to get their real estate license so they can get commissions on sales and find private deals, but this is absolutely not mandatory to start finding great property deals.

Even though you don’t need specialized qualifications, it’s important to educate yourself as much as possible on the world of real estate investing so you can become an expert in your field.

Is it hard to become a real estate investor?

Building a lucrative real estate portfolio isn’t incredibly difficult, but it does take time, effort, and patience. New investors should be prepared for a learning curve as they figure out how to navigate the market and build the connections that will help them succeed in the industry.

If you’re brand new to real estate, BuyProperly has opportunities for investors to jump into the property market without tons of money (or risk!).

How? Through fractional real estate investing, BuyProperly offers people the chance to own properties for as little as $2500 with a 10-40% return on investment! Want to learn more?

Now, let’s dive into the six steps you’ll need to follow to become a successful real estate investor.

Step One: Educate yourself about real estate

As a new investor, there is no shortage of concepts, terminology, tricks, and lessons to learn about real estate. The single most important thing you can do is educate yourself.

What are some ways you can learn more about real estate?

  • Read as many books and articles as you can on the subject
  • Attend local seminars and meetups to discuss real estate with investors, realtors, and brokers
  • Find supportive online communities. Sign up for the BuyProperly email list

Your real estate education is an ongoing process that will change and adapt as you become a more confident investor. Be open to meeting new people, making connections, and learning as much as you can!

Step Two: Get crystal clear on your goals 

There are many different paths you can take as a real estate investor that depend on what short-term and long-term goals you’re trying to achieve.

The best thing you can do before getting started is to sit down and write out your 1-year, 5-year, and 10-year goals. Remember, real estate should be a long-term investment that not only generates some cash flow, but also appreciates in value the longer you hold onto it.

If you’re looking for instant returns and a quick exit strategy, real estate and rentals is probably not the best investment to start with.

Here are some questions to ask yourself:
– why do you want to become a real estate investor?

– do you want real estate to be a full-time profession or a more “passive” investment strategy?

– what financial goals are you hoping to achieve in the next 1, 5, and 10 years?

– are you prepared to adopt a “buy-and-hold” strategy with your real estate portfolio?

– are you more interested in monthly cash flow or long-term appreciation?

If you’re not in a position to put a 10% or 20% down payment on a property, consider working with partners or starting with a fractional ownership model. At BuyProperly, their investors start with as little as $2500 and see projected annual returns of 10-40%.
If you’re interested in learning more, visit www.buyproperly.ca

Step Three: Nail down a location and property market

Deciding on which location you want to target is an important part of building your real estate portfolio. Are you planning on investing in your local area or would you consider expanding your search to include neighbouring towns and cities?

When looking for areas to invest, focus on locations with job stability, nearby schools, facilities like parks and recreation centres, predictable rents, and opportunities for economic growth. Remember, you’re building up a real estate portfolio for short-term cash flow AND long-term appreciation, so make sure you choose a stable location.

If you’re willing to purchase investments outside your local area, you can often find great deals in smaller cities and various up-and-coming housing markets! At BuyProperly, they help investors across Canada find rental properties through fractional ownership. Investors can be 100% remote.

 Step Four: Start building your network

Many real estate investors attribute their success (at least in part) to having an incredible network behind them.

One of the most important things you can do as a new investor is to start making connections with other investors, local realtors, lawyers, and brokers. These people know what’s going on in the housing market and they often have access to insider opportunities before the public finds out!

Not only will this allow you to take advantage of off-market deals and get a leg up on the competition, but you’ll also have the confidence and knowledge you need to make smart financial decisions. Having a great “team” by your side will make the process go more smoothly.

Step Five: Learn how to assess properties for sale

When you’re trying to figure out whether or not to purchase a property, there are many things you should keep in mind.

Here are a few examples to consider:

Income potential: What is the current rental revenue and is there an opportunity to increase that? Are there improvements that could be made to the building? Is the rent lower than the average for the area?

Expenses: What are the ongoing expenses for the property? How much is heat, water, and electricity? What will your insurance costs be? Don’t forget about potential vacancies! When analyzing property income, assume a 10% vacancy rate for the year.

Repairs: Are there any significant one-time repairs that need to be done on the property? How old is the roof and windows? What’s the age of the hot water tank and furnace? Factor in all one-time repair costs when analyzing your budget.

Management fees: How will you be structuring property management? Will you be handling it yourself or hiring a company to collect rent, find tenants, and perform routine maintenance? Factor this into your expenses.

Location: We’ve already talked about the importance of location, but it’s crucial to analyze the location for every single real estate deal you make. In some cities, adjacent neighbourhoods (and even streets) may seem similar, but they actually have significantly different average monthly rents and property appreciation.
Ask your realtor or property broker for more information on how you should analyze rental properties.

Step Six: Dive in and make a deal

It’s true what they say: practice makes perfect. No amount of books or real estate seminars can replace the knowledge you’ll get from jumping in and taking action.

Remember: there’s no such thing as a perfect property. Being a real estate investor means analyzing properties carefully, weighing the pros and cons, and making a decision based on your goals and investment strategy.

Don’t be afraid to get out there and start looking at properties, putting in offers, and making deals.

If you’re ready to invest in your first (or next) rental property, be sure to check out BuyProperly’s available listings here. You can get started for only $2,500.

Investment and Wealth Basics: Real Estate edition

Investment and Wealth Basics: Real Estate edition

Congratulations! If you’re reading this, chances are, you are currently saving enough money to start thinking about investments that work for you. Putting your money in the right place can help you get everything you’ve ever wanted: A beautiful house, early retirement, complete financial security for your family, and much more. You can either save your money or invest it in assets that you think will generate great returns. The latter, of course, is subject to several market risks but is saving as safe as it looks? Not quite. Dormant cash is prone to risks and it is nearly impossible for it to generate wealth. In the long run, the little interest that it could generate sitting in your bank account can cost you more money than it makes.

Why invest at all?

If the only way you can expect to earn from your savings is by putting them in a bank account -then we are happy that you are reading this. Let’s say you put $10,000 in a bank account that offers an annual interest of 3%(if at all!). By the end of the first year, you can expect to have $10,300. However, as per the current inflation rate (3.7%), something priced at $10,000 right today would cost $10,370 in a year, this means that you essentially earned $300 on your savings but still lost on purchasing power. This simple comparison highlights an extremely important relationship between inflation rates and interest rates offered by banks.

Inflation eating into important savings like pension/retirement funds, college funds, emergency healthcare funds, etc., is a common occurrence. Before you realize it, you end up with less buying power than what you started with, thereby putting your financial future in jeopardy. However, Good investments ensure financial security through wealth creation, which in turn gives you the freedom to live your life to the fullest.

 

Investing in Canada

Simply put, Canada’s proximity to the U.S and numerous free trade agreements give Canada substantial power in world trade. Some of the largest Fortune 500 companies based out of the U.S (and even Europe, in some cases) have been choosing Canadian cities as ground zero for establishing their R&D hubs. With industry and immigration both converging, it is no wonder that real estate has seen unprecedented growth over the past few years.

As for the Canadian economy, it is expected to fully recover from the Covid slump within the next few months. The Government’s decision to lower the threshold for Foreign Direct Investments in 2021 has also massively helped this recovery. With a rock-solid economy and booming real estate market, Canada currently presents an incredible market opportunity for young investors.

Canada Investment Options

 

1. Buying a house

 

In a booming economy, real estate is an incredibly fruitful asset in terms of long-term investments and rent is one of the oldest, most trusted methods of generating passive income. Even if you aren’t looking for a rental property for investment, you can always look for a second home that would appreciate in value over time.  Almost every Real Estate option turns out to be a great asset if the neighbourhood and setting are correct.

2. REITs

REITs or Real Estate Investment Trusts are also a great option to explore as they allow you to invest in real estate without having to purchase different plots/houses. REITs are generally considered to be low-risk, high-yield investment options but these are long-term investment options. Any money you put in a REIT would have to be money you’re okay with not seeing for at least the next five years.  Another major drawback is that REITs give you no power to choose where you would like to invest – this lack of transparency is a major drawback.  The different types of REITs you can invest in are :

  • Equity REITs: These are funds that own and manage income-producing real estate. A part of the profits is naturally funneled back to the shareholders, who are free to cash out or reinvest it. Contrary to popular belief, equity REITs make most of their money through rent and not reselling acquired properties.
  • Mortgage REITs: As the name suggests, mortgage REITs lend money to real estate stakeholders directly (through loans) or indirectly by investing in mortgage-backed securities. (If that term sounds familiar, it’s because you have most probably come across it before while reading about the USA’s 2008 housing crisis!). These REITs mostly earn through net interest margin on hundreds of loans, which means they’re directly dependent on interest rates.
  • Hybrid REITs: These REITs (usually the largest) are simply funds that use both equity and mortgage-backed methods to make money. Hybrid REITs are considered to be the safest because of their diversified nature.

 

Investing as a beginner

As a beginner, it can be challenging to navigate the complex world of real estate investment. The legal and technical jargon attached to most Real Estate investment options discourages investors from exploring them. Further, it takes up a sizable amount of your time and money to regularly manage these investments. But there‌ ‌is a better‌ ‌way‌ ‌to‌ ‌invest‌ ‌in‌ ‌property‌ ‌without‌ ‌taking‌ ‌out‌ ‌a‌ ‌huge‌ ‌mortgage‌ ‌fee‌, ‌paying‌ ‌a‌ ‌fee‌ ‌to‌ ‌the‌ ‌realtor or locking it away in a REIT.‌ ‌ With Fractional Real Estate Investing you are on your way to saving enough for buying your own home sooner than you thought and that too with no entry barrier and no hassle of maintenance or tenants – that is what BuyProperly does!

Fractional Real Estate Investment

BuyProperly provides the benefits of real estate investments’ high returns for everyday investors, without any barriers, pre-approval or hassle. They turn high-yield real estate into easy-to-invest opportunities, giving you the chance to grow your wealth in a quick and easy manner.

Unlike the traditional model of real estate investment, with BuyProperly you know that you are owning a slice of a high-yield property as our proprietary AI analyzes hundreds of factors and evaluates over 500 million data points to identify trends and uncover high-value deals to generate the highest returns for you. Also, we purchase and manage the real estate assets for you so you enjoy being a landlord without the usual headaches that tenants and maintenance bring. We also help eliminate the hassle that landlords often face in managing a property.  Contact info@buyproperly.com to know more about their best-in-class platform.