Though real estate values have plummeted, there is in innovative way to invest and profit in today's market
Cleveland, OH - Anyone who has been following the stock market and mutual funds, may think they need to steer clear. Stocks have plummeted and many companies have gone bankrupt. That is the reason it is necessary to diversify one's portfolio and invest in real estate.
Earl E. Bird, III, spokes person for the REITbuyer.com recently spoke up at an investor's meeting. Earl said, "Historically, real estate is a pretty safe investment field; sure there are fluctuations, but over the long term, real estate is a wise investment. When other markets fall apart, real estate tends to be the constant that holds strong."
When someone commented on all the foreclosures in the area and market values dropping so people cannot sell their homes, Earl explained, "REITs are very different, as you are investing in the income produced from commercial and residential property. People have to live somewhere; businesses will always need office or retail space; many rent or lease, producing income."
Earl also explained that a REIT must return at least 90% of their profits to their shareholders, so if the REIT does very well, one gets a high return; during a moderate year, one still gets a good return. "Additionally, REITs are generally constant and stable as once people rent homes, offices and retail space, they tend to stay there, so the profits keep coming in year after year," said Bird.
REITs and Real Estate mutual funds are worth looking into. Earl has written many articles; read some at http://partnersinvestment.blogspot.com
REITbuyer.com is an online brokerage information site specializing In REITs and Real Estate Mutual Funds - The World's first and only site dedicated to REITs Real Estate Mutual Funds. This is a place for the small investor to own a piece of world class real estate.
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