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Want To Invest In Real Estate?

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29/04/2021 - 17:59

As an asset class, real estate should be a part of every balanced investment portfolio. That’s because real estate investments generally have a low correlation to stocks, can offer lower risk, and provide greater diversification. Today about 65% of Americans own a home, but that means that tens of millions of Americans have no exposure […] The post Want To Invest In Real Estate? appeared first on INO.com Trader's Blog.


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    Hindsight sight is 20/20 with now the pandemic & then housing crisis of 2008 , luckily I placed my bet on stocks then real estate property. Seems like there is more risk in real estate then before, now with climate change increasing. I'm a lazy investor to deal with real estate tenants, repairs, maintenance, taxes, time, and having cash flow drained out. I do believe in real estate investment as primary housing, not as investment property. I could be wrong, only advantage for real estate is leverage? Processing img n1ldaplw7ih61...   submitted by   /u/Guy_PCS [link]   [comments]
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  2. Stock market VS real estate (02/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    There seems to always be a big debate as to whether real estate or stock market is overall the better investment strategy. I’m young so this is me wanting to speak discussion on this topic since I’m interested in it. How exactly is real estate investing much better than stock market investing? For example, if I were to put 50K down on a property and take out a mortgage, I might be cash flowing couple hundred bucks after everything is paid each month but if I were to simply invest in a dividend company like O Realty, I would get roughly the same in dividends each month without the hassle. They both have the potential for appreciation too so that argument is a wash. Also, the mortgage would be paying itself but it would take years to get it fully paid unless you put extra down right? Also what if a tenant doesn’t want to pay or moves out? What happens? Would love to hear the thoughts of your real estate investors.   submitted by   /u/joeroganthumbhead [link]   [comments]
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  3. O realty vs actual real estate investing (31/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  4. Good time to invest in real estate? (19/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  5. Fractional Ownership: The future of commercial real estate investment (14/02/2021 - Financial Express)
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  7. Comp - compass real estate company (05/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  14. Real estate investment: Fractional or REIT? Pick the strategy that suits you best (24/02/2021 - Financial Express)
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  15. The Moneyist: My mother visited my sister, and she did not give her breakfast or lunch. She makes $150K. Should I tell her to feed her guests? (29/03/2021 - Market Watch)
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  16. How Delhi-Dehradun Expressway will give a boost to real estate (30/03/2021 - Financial Express)
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  17. Important things to consider before investing in commercial real estate (02/03/2021 - Financial Express)
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  18. Millennials are upping luxury home demand now (27/04/2021 - Financial Express)
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  19. Amid COVID second wave, real estate is puzzled between vaccine rollout, migrant workers, builders and investors (15/06/2021 - Financial Express)
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  20. Commercial real estate to witness steady fund flows (19/04/2021 - Financial Express)
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  21. Covid second wave likely to cause less damage to real estate (14/06/2021 - Financial Express)
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  22. Need for safer, bigger homes to drive demand for residential real estate (18/06/2021 - Financial Express)
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  24. Resilient real estate, emerging trends shaping a strong market outlook despite pandemic (11/06/2021 - Financial Express)
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  25. Sustained, concentrated efforts required to manage growing stressed real estate in India (13/05/2021 - Financial Express)
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  26. Real estate again emerges as best asset class for investment: Survey (17/02/2021 - Financial Express)
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  29. Why REITs are a good investment option vis-a-vis direct real estate purchase (02/03/2021 - Financial Express)
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  34. Tax Hike on 1031 Exchange = Good News for Stocks (28/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello stock family, the rest of this week should be volatile as we head into Powell and Biden speaking today. One of my concerns has been if Biden cuts the tax breaks on capital gains for millionaires, they will shift thier money to Real Estate leaving a bearish market trail in its wake. However, Bloomberg has reported that Biden is also expected to announce a tax hike on capital gains for the 1031 exchange on real estate. This would negate some fears that the 1% percent would primarily move their money to real estate. This makes me a little more bullish on stocks. Interesting read regardless. See link below. *Let's not get political, we can all agree everyone just wants to make money at the end of the day. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-28/1031-exchange-biden-pushes-to-end-real-estate-investment-tax-break   submitted by   /u/AnonymousHippopotmus [link]   [comments]
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  35. Any companies trying to disrupt the real estate brokage market in the US? (27/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Any stocks trying to disrupt the real estate agent market? No matter what a parasite real estate agents tell you - There is no way angent can add 5-6% (Their commision) value to a $1.000.000 house or not even a $500.000 house. I live in Denmark, and a normal agent fee for a $1.000.000 house would be around $10.000-$15.000 (And it’s pretty close to fixed may I add), but in the US the fee is more than 4x that, and it’s percentage based. How come? There is a service so somewhat new service were some good friends of ours sold their $1.300.000 house for only $3.000 in real estate commisions. They did everything for them A-Z, took pictures, marketed it, listed it online (Our own version of Zillow) and on MLS. They total cost for selling their house was around $4.500 after Lawyer fees and inspection fees. The service here is called Brikk - Link is in danish, so if you want proof: https://www.brikk.dk/ You don’t even need an Agent, and then the price gets knocked down to $2.000, and you just have to show around the house yourself. Is the something similair in the US for which is investable. I don’t really care if it’s big or small. Startups doing funding rounds also interest me, and some small OTC companies wouldn’t hurt looking into.   submitted by   /u/deniz2306 [link]   [comments]
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  36. How fractional ownership has made investing in commercial real estate easy (12/03/2021 - Financial Express)
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  37. Residential real estate sales bounces back; housing sales in Q12021 exceed pre-Covid levels (25/03/2021 - Financial Express)
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  38. Private sector should come forward to manage the challenge of stressed real estate: Ankit Kansal (16/02/2021 - Financial Express)
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  39. India emerges as global hotspot for commercial real estate investment (23/03/2021 - Financial Express)
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  40. DOC - Physicians Realty Trust (07/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi. I have been looking to add a REIT ETF to my portfolio but I keep wavering if it is a right move with rates possibly going up and everyone being remote and not all businesses coming back to in-person work environment. I came across this ETF that is essentially a REIT specializing in real estate for doctors/medical facilities. Anyone has any feedback on it? Anyone has been holding it? Any other recommendations re:REIT ETFs are highly appreciated. I have no real estate exposure whatsoever (aside from my equity). Thank you!   submitted by   /u/Dowdell2008 [link]   [comments]
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  41. How to take profit (27/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ve been trading this GME squeeze lately and I’ve collected a $1500 profit on a $600 investment. I know that that’s good compared to the standard average increase per year for a lot of people but I was at $10,000 at one point and regret not selling although I could’ve never seen the dip coming with my experience in the market. I’m 18 years old and I know that probably makes me seem like a newbie who doesn’t know shit but I have been doing a lot of research and have learned a lot. I just need to learn the most important thing of taking my profits when I make them. My goal out of the stock market is to increase my wealth and invest in real estate. I want to be somewhat of a real estate tycoon. To start I need a fair amount of capital, I think I’m at around $5,000 right now. It’s enough for 3% down on some houses but I’m looking for investment properties which I need 20% down on. Sorry for the longevity of this post but I’m just looking for some tips on what I should be doing to ensure I take profits so I can one day own a sweet hotel or casino. Any other tips on what I should be doing to achieve these goals would be greatly appreciated as well.   submitted by   /u/Stock-Possibility893 [link]   [comments]
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  42. The Wall Street Journal: Rising insurance costs are threatening Florida’s real-estate boom (26/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Florida’s property-insurance market is in trouble, as mounting carrier losses and rising premiums threaten the state’s booming real-estate market, according to insurance executives and industry analysts.
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  43. Qatar Real Estate Price Index (16/04/2021 - Trading Economics)
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  44. Can Mcdonald's be considered an investment in both the Consumer Discretionary and Real Estate sectors? (18/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I was doing some research into this stock, and a common theme was that Mcdonald's owns a lot of the land under the stores, and they can collect rent from franchise owners. One of their former CEOs told investors to think of the company more as a real estate investment. Can this business model be considered a hedge against competition or falling food sales? Thanks   submitted by   /u/Hayden97 [link]   [comments]
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  45. Kalpataru to invest Rs 300 cr on new housing project in Mumbai (16/02/2021 - Financial Express)
    Founded in 1969, Kalpataru Ltd is part of the Kalpataru Group that has interests spanning real estate, power transmission and distribution, civil infrastructure and logistics.
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  46. GEO Is The New GME (16/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    This is absolutely not financial advice. Perform your own DD when selecting your stock picks. I was perusing the high short interest stock list when I noticed item #4 has slipped under the radar. GEO is a REIT that invests in privately held prisons. As of this writing the short interest is 35.74%. Their current share price is just below $7 even though they have not recorded a losing year in any of the last 5 years. High short interest list There are two main reasons that I have been able to detect as to why their share price is suffering: 1. Their debt is 3 X their equity, which honestly is very high, and 2. private prisons are catching a lot of heat right now because they're profiting off of keeping inmates in jail. Since private prisons bill the government per inmate, if inmates get out early on good behavior private prisons lose money, hence the incentive to make sure inmates stay longer. Whether or not this is legit, I don't know. But it's definitely bad publicity. There is also pressure for our government to close private prisons. If you are a government contractor who runs these prisons this is definitely the kiss of death for your business. However, the most important takeaway here is that GEO is not a government contractor specializing in running prisons. GEO is a Real Estate Investment Trust. They buy the real estate and build and manage the prison real estate. From looking at their website you can tell they are highly invested in the prison industry (after all, criminals aren't going anywhere). The thing is, they can just as easily work with government agencies as they can private contractors. They own the real estate. If private prisons get shut down they still own the real estate. Worse case scenario, their prisons get shut down and they have to repurpose their real estate. The real estate will increase in value if the prisons are removed because prisons depreciate land value. As for the debt, GEO realizes they need to pay down their debts and this quarter stopped paying out dividends to do just that. Even if you buy this stock as a long term hold you are looking to make money. But at nearly 36% short interest, why not make some hedge fund managers cry on live TV?   submitted by   /u/Short_The_Dip [link]   [comments]
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  47. How Risky are real estate stalks? (05/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    i am new to the stock market i have made money on the covid recovery but i want to move to long term dividend investing. real estate stocks have seem interesting. i have invested a little money in redwood trust (RWT) MFA Financial (MFA) Two Harbors investing (TWO) And Investment Mortgage Capital (IVR) These real estate stocks are cheap and seem to pay good dividends compared to the cost per stock. there seem to be so many options like these. Orchid island Capital (orc) Cherry hill mortgage investment (CHMI) Black Knight (BKI) ect. a lot of these companies seem to have stable histories but are fairly young companies. are these empirical and will all go bankrupt in the next housing crash? or are they valid long term investments? RWT is the only one that shows an analysist rating and it is rated a buy but it is older than most and has some sizable crashes in its history.   submitted by   /u/skugaku [link]   [comments]
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  48. Real estate better prepared now, impact of 2nd wave of Covid may be limited, say developers (26/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Developers believe that the impact of the second wave of pandemic will be limited on real estate as the sector is better prepared now and has already adapted to digital tools.
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  49. Novice Question - Market Corrections in the next 12-18 months (19/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    People are saying that there will be massive market corrections in the next 12-18 months, after the influxes from stimulus checks etc. My question relates to the distribution of those that own stocks. If the top 1% holds 50% of stocks, and the top 10% holds 85% of stocks, and they are patient investors (ie don't need the cash), why do people think there will be a massive correction? Do people assume the rich will pull their gains out and invest in real-estate or other assets? It doesn't make sense if inflation rates are going to stay low and interest rates are going to stay low, that the rich would transfer their assets out of the stock market into real-estate. ​ Why do people think the lower middle-class can drive a huge "correction"?   submitted by   /u/Comprehensive_Set [link]   [comments]
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