Investing in Real Estate

Real estate investing is one of the most common forms of investment. There are many different strategies to choose from, and they vary based on your objectives and depending on the market. Real estate investments comes with a degree of risk, but also reward.
The real estate market has been on an upswing over the past years, still now is a great time to take advantage of opportunities! However not every real-estate project will blossom into gold; there are some things you need to consider before making any purchase. That is what we are here to help with.
You will want to consider real estate investing from a variety of angles before diving in. There are many real estate investors out there, so you need to know what you’re doing.
One of the first things you should do when trying real estate investing is understand the real estate market and establish your comfort zone. Here are some of the most common types of projects our clients undertake:
1. Value Investing / Trading – real estate is bought when it’s undervalued on the real estate market. This is done as part of a bigger real-estate investment strategy
3. Landlording / Renting- real-estate is purchased with the intention of renting out to tenants with little to no rehabilitation work being done
5. Flipping / Rehabbing – real-estate is purchased and renovations are done on the real estate before reselling it
6. Pre-construction Investing – real estate is purchased as soon as the new development is released to a select group of agents. Usually the investor never takes possession, but sells through an assignment for a healthy return
7. Commercial Investing – real-estate investment strategy involving buying up commercial real estate, such as office buildings or shopping center space and leasing space out