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June 04, 2017, 02:16:54 PM
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I have been thinking from about a month to invest in an investment fund in real estate in the USA. It is looking good from what I am reading from web pages online but I am a born skeptic and I don't believe these without seeing evidence. I was wondering if there is someone here in the forum who can give me a few hints where to look in the beginning. I think too many crooked traders and investors in this business.

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June 04, 2017, 05:06:20 PM
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Lol
If they ask you to invest don't go for it xD
If that's you who found out because you know people... Maybe...
But anyway thinking about investing in real estate in USA right now is a bad idea.
Just after the crisis the prices went down but now it's high again. Not the best of all ideas.

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June 04, 2017, 05:19:16 PM
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I have been thinking from about a month to invest in an investment fund in real estate in the USA. It is looking good from what I am reading from web pages online but I am a born skeptic and I don't believe these without seeing evidence. I was wondering if there is someone here in the forum who can give me a few hints where to look in the beginning. I think too many crooked traders and investors in this business.

Over here, real estate is one of the most lucrative investment anyone can think of simply because the law encourages individuals to build and own properties as much as possible then generate income from it to the best of ability. However, when it comes to united states since you are already skeptical, I think relying of web pages might not be the best option rather you can make friends with anyone in the industry who can give undiluted truth about situation of things because only an insider knows where the truth lies whether positive or negative.
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June 04, 2017, 05:40:08 PM
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I have been thinking from about a month to invest in an investment fund in real estate in the USA. It is looking good from what I am reading from web pages online but I am a born skeptic and I don't believe these without seeing evidence. I was wondering if there is someone here in the forum who can give me a few hints where to look in the beginning. I think too many crooked traders and investors in this business.

Over here, real estate is one of the most lucrative investment anyone can think of simply because the law encourages individuals to build and own properties as much as possible then generate income from it to the best of ability. However, when it comes to united states since you are already skeptical, I think relying of web pages might not be the best option rather you can make friends with anyone in the industry who can give undiluted truth about situation of things because only an insider knows where the truth lies whether positive or negative.

Thanks. It appears I have to wait because I was motivated to invest by reading the REIT official webpage. There it listed all the companies who accepted such investments and I thought of a company who was doing great in mortgage to be part of them but I am taking your advice and keep reading and going out to find out a bit more of these investments.

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June 04, 2017, 05:53:55 PM
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Lol
If they ask you to invest don't go for it xD
If that's you who found out because you know people... Maybe...
But anyway thinking about investing in real estate in USA right now is a bad idea.
Just after the crisis the prices went down but now it's high again. Not the best of all ideas.
He didn't say anyone had pitched it to him.  REITs are traded on stock exchanges, and they pay damn good dividends.   I'm thinking about investing in one myself just for the income.  And the housing market still hasn't recovered fully from 2008, so I think now is a pretty good time.  There are a lot out there,  so choose wisely.

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June 04, 2017, 09:46:14 PM
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In regard to US(?) real estate.

People love to talk about bubbles.   Cool

Tell me if this resembles a bubble to anyone?



In the united states rents have been increasing substantially over the past years & may not be sustainable.

Especially when compared to dwindling wages for the poor to middle class which are often incrementing at a slower rate than inflation growth.

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June 04, 2017, 11:11:15 PM
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I have been thinking from about a month to invest in an investment fund in real estate in the USA. It is looking good from what I am reading from web pages online but I am a born skeptic and I don't believe these without seeing evidence. I was wondering if there is someone here in the forum who can give me a few hints where to look in the beginning. I think too many crooked traders and investors in this business.

I'm curious what you are looking at that is saying it is a good idea to invest in a REIT right now?

To determine whether or not it is a good investment for you, we'd need to know how long you plan on keeping your money invested. REITs are a relatively safe investment and I would say they are ideal for a period of like 5 ish years. That being said, real estate is very expensive right now and the fed has said that interest rates will be rising several more times this year. This will make it more difficult for people to get loans, and therefore push real estate prices down. So right now idk if they are the best investment.

If you plan to invest for a longer period of time, and you're willing it to tolerate a little bit of risk, you can get much larger returns by making some more aggressive investments. I would consider a mutual fund or index fund. A tech fund is usually a solid choice.

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August 16, 2017, 05:46:58 AM
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Chiming in here quickly - I am in Canada so maybe some things vary between me and Americans here - but you could always do something like a REIT ETF, that way you can hold a basket of REITs rather than just one.

And as was said above - REITs pay awesome dividends.

There is A LOT of talk about a real estate bubble in Canada. But I am not super concerned of the share price of my REIT since the dividends come through monthly.

Hope this helps.
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August 16, 2017, 05:54:12 AM
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If you already own your home or any other property, you are already exposed to the real estate market. I would invest your money in a different sector of the market to limit your risk. Always diversify your money.
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August 28, 2017, 07:06:30 AM
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That’s cool though, but using bitcoins to invest in real estate investment trust might not be a great idea, I would advice that you, convert your bitcoins to cash and use it to invest, if you use your coins to invest directly you might be regretting when the price increases and you’ve sold your coins

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March 04, 2018, 01:03:02 PM
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There is no specific way to learn how to invest in real estate REITs. For its value, REITs are famous for their diversity and the method you want to invest in is not any different. But with special importance, you can choose REITs where you decide to invest. In other cases, if any investment is made in REIT, it is not decided as a stock pick.
REITs are not the same way as the original stock; They are less dependent on shares and net revenue figures. Where the stock options account for concentrating in their net income assessments, commercial REITs are a little different. For what it is worth, the accounts for the reduction of REITs, but with a caution: Real estate has to be appreciated year by year. Property or property related to REITs are generally subject to the same laws of decreasing, but in reality, they are evaluating the relatively high amount of assets related to REIT.
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March 04, 2018, 02:33:54 PM
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I have been thinking from about a month to invest in an investment fund in real estate in the USA. It is looking good from what I am reading from web pages online but I am a born skeptic and I don't believe these without seeing evidence. I was wondering if there is someone here in the forum who can give me a few hints where to look in the beginning. I think too many crooked traders and investors in this business.

I will suggest you to invest in real estate in a developing country. There is huge growth potential in such countries and you will be able to purchase multiple properties for the same price. You will have to check with the laws of that country for this purpose but countries like India allow this.

If you do not feel comfortable investing in another country, I suggest you to buy an online business with that money. You can find decent websites making monthly income in the range of $10000 or above for $100000 or so.
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March 04, 2018, 02:44:59 PM
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I own a portfolio of reits and business trusts for a passive income stream. My plan is to build this passive income from reits as well as business trusts up to $100,000 per year.

If you are keen in REITS, you need to pay attention to the rental market in the target area. You need to also understand which market you are interested.. office Reit, residential Reit, retail Reit, logistics Reit.. and even data center Reit.

My personal fav is logistics Reit and Data Center Reit.

Depending on the real estate Reit you are thinking of investing in, the returns can vary.

- Residential Reits tend to be lower in returns.
- Office Reits and Logistics Reits tend to cyclical depending on the economy
- Retail Reits are bad due to ecommence..

Also if it is a fund, look at their management fees... compare it to the various Reits in the same industry and make sure it is low or comparable.

Anyway REITs are good instruments as a form of income. But capital growth will not be sexy..


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