The crowdfunding model is becoming an increasingly popular way for individuals to invest in large projects, especially in the real estate field, earning them returns that far outstrip those offered by more traditional investment classes. This is called real estate crowdfunding.
Imagine this: You live in a villa on the Mediterranean, spending your days lounging by the pool, sipping good wine, reading books, pursuing your hobbies and generally just living the good life. Now imagine you could live like this and still receive a steady income replenishing your bank account regularly without you having to lift a finger. By investing in real estate crowdfunding, you can generate a stable stream of monthly passive income to your bank account.
Investing money with EstateGuru is easy and quick, however, there are a few things it would be better to know before you start. This guide aims to ensure that every step of the verification process is clear and that you understand the reasons why we require certain things from you before you can invest.
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The aspirant investor is absolutely spoilt for choice in the modern world. While the digital revolution allows absolutely anyone to build an investment portfolio, not everyone has the expertise required to make it work and the novice is faced with many questions that need to be answered.
You’ve probably heard people say that real estate is never a bad investment. This almost always true. Almost.
If you think clearly, focus on established locations in stable countries with strong economies and an affluent population – think Europe – you are highly unlikely to lose money on real estate.
There’s one issue though. Real estate and property have traditionally had a high barrier to entry. If you require a mortgage and need to go into debt to invest, are you really even making an investment? If you don’t have the cash to pump into buying a property outright or join a property investment group, this could be a sphere that remains closed to you.