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You love investing, and at this point nearly all of your money is in the stock market. You know it’s important to diversify, but aren’t sure, read this article if real estate investing is right for you. You might think it requires a lot of money up front, or requires a lot of work ongoing.
And while some of that is true, there are new options this year that can make real estate a potential investment for you.
While real estate investing certainly isn’t for everyone, it can be very lucrative. Many people have made millions investing in real estate. If you’re wanting to expand your investment horizons, here are 5 different ways to invest in real estate.
1. Invest In A Bigger Real Estate Deal
One of our favorite options for investing in real estate is joining with others to invest in a bigger deal. This can be either commercial or residential.
There are two great things about investing in a larger real estate deal online:
Low minimums – depending on the platform you use, you can invest as little as $500 and be an owner in a property.
You don’t have to be an accredited investor – in the past, to participate in these types of investments, you had to be an accredited investor, but that rule has gone away for certain investment types
As such, if you’re looking to diversify your investments, but don’t have a lot of money to do it with, this could be a lucrative way to start.