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Best types of Real Estate Investments in Beaumont

Apartment rentals REITs, REITs, raw lands Land and crowdfunding platforms are all different types of real estate investment.

The investing information provided in this article is for solely educational purposes. Our website does NOT offer any brokerage or advisory services and it does not advise or advise investors to purchase or sell particular shares, securities or raw lands investments.

There are many kinds of real estate investments, but they are generally classified into two types: physical estate investments such as land, residential and commercial properties, and other investments that don’t require physical properties, like crowdfunding platforms and REITs.

The traditional investment in physical real estate may yield the highest return, but it also requires more capital in the beginning and has expensive ongoing costs. These crowdfunding platforms and REITs have low financial barriers to entry. That means you can invest in different types of real estate at less than it would to buy a traditional property. These alternative real estate investments provide the advantage of not needing to leave your house or get dressed for the first time to invest.

If you’re interested in investing in real estate you can look at five different types to look at:

1. REITs

The public market for publicly traded REITs, also known as publicly traded or real estate investment trusts, refer to companies that have commercial real-estate (think hotels, offices along with malls). You can invest in shares of these companies through a stock exchange. In investing in REITs you invest in the property these companies own but without the risks associated with purchasing real property directly.

REITs are required to return at the minimum of 90% of their annual taxable earnings to shareholders every year. This means investors can receive attractive dividends in addition to diversifying their portfolios by investing in real estate. Publicly traded REITs also have more liquidity than other estate investments. For instance, if you suddenly require cash, you can sell your shares via the stock exchange. If you’d like to invest in REITs traded on the public market it is possible to do this through a brokerage account.

2. Crowdfunding platforms

Real estate crowdfunding platforms can provide investors access to real estate investments that may provide high returns, but carry significant risk. Certain crowdfunding platforms are open to only accredited investors, being those with the net worth or jointly owned net worth with the spouse, of more than $1 million with the exception of the amount of their homeor an annual revenue over the past two years of more than $200,000 ($300,000 with one spouse).

“Keep in mindthat many crowdfunding platforms have a very short history and have yet to go through an economic downturn.”

Others, such as Fundrise and RealtyMogul, offer investors who don’t meet those standards — also known as nonaccredited investors — access to funds they would otherwise be allowed to invest in. They typically come in the form of REITs that are not traded, or REITs that don’t offer trading on the exchanges. Because they’re not publicly traded and aren’t publicly traded, they can be very inliquid, meaning that your funds are invested for at minimum a number of years and you might not be able to take your money from the fund should you require it. Remember that many crowdfunding platforms have a short time-line, and have so far not been able to weather the economic recession.

3. Residential real estate

Residential real estate can be found almost everywhere people live or reside, such as single family homes, condos and vacation houses. Residential real estate investors earn cash by taking rent (or regular payments for rentals for short periods) from tenants of their property, because of the appreciation their property earns between the time they buy it and when they are able to sell it or both.

Investments in residential real estate can take a variety of kinds. It can be as simple as renting out your spare room or as complex as purchasing and flipping a home to make an income.

4. Commercial real estate

Commercial real property is space that is rented or leased by a business. A business building leased by a single firm or a gas station a strip mall with several distinct businesses, and restaurants leased are all cases of commercial property. In the event that the business doesn’t own the property itself, each business would pay rent to the property owner.

Industrial and retail real estate can fall under the commercial umbrella. Industrial real estate generally is a property where goods are manufactured or stored rather than sold. This includes warehouses and factories. Retail space is where a customer can buy a product or service, for example, the clothes store. Commercial properties usually have longer leases and may command more rent than residential properties, which could result in higher and longer-lasting annual income for the property owner. They may also require more down payments and higher property management expenses.

5. Raw land

If you build it, will people move in? Investors typically purchase land for either commercial or residential development.

However, buying land to develop requires a lot of market research, particularly in the case of developing the land yourself. This kind of investment is best suited to someone with substantial funds to invest and a comprehensive understanding of all things real estate related — building codes, flooding plains, zoning laws and knowing the local residential and commercial rental market.

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If you’re thinking about making a move into traditional real estate- like residential or commercial properties, conducting your due diligence shouldn’t necessarily mean you’ll have to come up with a a down payment. Understanding the local market is vital. If there’s no demand for homes or commercial space in the area you live in or property values start decreasing, your investment could quickly become the burden.

If you’d prefer to remain more in control of investing, REITs and crowdfunding platforms offer a way to include real estate in your portfolio with no physical property.

Some brokerages also offer REITs publicly traded as well as REIT mutual funds.

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