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How to begin in real estate
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How to begin in real estate

The Average Joe, Where to Begin? If you wanted to start investing in real estate, how would you do it? Would you drive around your local neighborhoods looking for homes to flip? Would you call a financial advisor to lock away a lump sum in a REIT? Chances are you probably don’t know where to start,…

Best alternative investments
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Best alternative investments

With nearly half of 2017 gone already, the alternative investment market continues to see new investors enter the market. While financials have slowly been rising back to levels that we haven’t seen in years, many are not running back to the once trusted avenues for investing. Instead, these investors are turning to alternative investments and…

Best real estate crowdfunding sites
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Best real estate crowdfunding sites

Sites like GoFundMe and Kickstarter have transformed the way people raise money. Crowdfunding is a great tool for fundraising. Since each donation doesn’t need to be very large, accomplishing your goal is much simpler. The number of people that donate is what makes all the difference. This new method has revolutionized how startups, musicians, artists, and directors…

Real estate is one of the best diversified investment examples
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Real estate is one of the best diversified investment examples

Why is the option to diversify in Real Estate so attractive? Since the passing of JOBS (Jumpstart Our Business Startups) Act in 2013, Real Estate Crowdfunding has shook-up the real estate industry. Nowadays, anyone can invest in real estate and has the ability to do so online. After we learned some of the most disrupting…

How To Achieve Early Retirement With Compounding Returns
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How To Achieve Early Retirement With Compounding Returns

If you start early enough, compounding returns can lead to a significantly earlier retirement. How It Works For example, assume that you put $5,000 aside in a note that’s 12 months gaining a 12% return. At the end of that 12 month period, you will make $600. Instead of paying out that dividend, now invests…