Passive Investment : Simple Guidelines on When and How to Begin

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From the moment we have started earning money, we realize that getting money is not as easy as spending it. We need to dedicate time and effort in working so that we can earn a living and have good savings. However, our needs and expenses seem to be a constant variable while our income changes over time. Our physical strength declines as we age. Our priorities change from the moment we enter adulthood, finding the balance between personal life and career. 

At Real Estate IQ, we want to empower your journey to freedom and success. We do not want to see each other grow old in routines and cycles of working hard, buying your needs, and getting your head down to work again. We believe that as a team, we can support each other towards freedom, where we can enjoy living life while having stable financial growth.

What is Passive Investment?

Passive Investment is a strategy of investing in assets or a business enterprise with the expectation of maximizing the potential returns while having only minimal involvement or direct participation.

In the real estate market, there is a notable growth for passive investment as people look for other ways to have sources of passive revenues. The US real estate investment trust (REIT) sector has seen an increase in passive investment. In 2019, passive funds held greater contributions of REIT assets of 51% rather than active funds with 49%.

If you are thinking of pursuing passive investment, here are 2 simple guides that you need to know:

Guide No. 1 – Have a working idea about real estate passive investment

You do not need to be an expert in real estate if you are planning to enter in passive investment. There are people who can definitely help you in making your investment grow. However, you must have at least a working idea about where you are putting your hard-earned money and how things are being put into place. 

In Real Estate IQ, we leave no one behind. You can access our training and webinars and even take part in our events. Learn from experts in the field about investment strategies, hot trends in the market, and passive investment! Our webinar covers a lot of informative investment topics starting from the basics to geeks and nerds discussions.

Guide No. 2- Associate yourself with a professional network

Passive investment is not only about investing your money or assets to another, but it also means trusting people. You need a professional network where you can entrust your money while vesting a confidence of a good return.

You may join our community portal and let us start building a strong relationship with experts in the field! You can always send your concerns anytime in our group and have an interactive communication with our co-investors. You may also learn more about passive investment opportunities by visiting our Marketplace where you can work with our partner institutions offering various services such as mentoring, lending and finance, trends in notes business and engagements with real estate vendors.

If you want to read more about real estate investment, feel free to visit our investment blogs.


Credits:

Steve Liang is the Co-founder and CEO of Real Estate IQ. He is a  national speaker and a member of the Real Estate Advisory Board of North Lake College. Some of his achievements include being the REIQ’s Market Leader in Real Estate Intelligence Augmentation; co-founder of Real Estate Deal Finders Meetup, which hosts over 20 monthly real estate networking and deal-finding training in Texas; and a goal-setter and motivational speaker that helps entrepreneurs to unleash their potential and achieve their goals. Steve has spent most of his career practicing leadership, management, marketing, strategy, and execution

Disclaimer: The blog articles are intended for educational and informational purposes only. Nothing in the content is intended as legal or financial advice.

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