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Real estate is considered to be its own asset class and one that should be at least a part of a well-diversified portfolio. One of the key ways investors can make money in real estate is to become a landlord of a rental property.

A real estate investment trust (REIT) is created when a corporation (or trust) is formed to use investors’ money to purchase, operate, and sell income-producing properties.

Flippers buy properties with the intention of holding them for a short period—often no more than a few months—and quickly selling them for a profit. Some flippers Add value (repair /decorate) and look for a higher profit.

Real estate investment groups (REIGs) are sort of like small mutual funds for rental properties. If you want to own a rental property but don’t want the hassle of being a landlord, a real estate investment group may be the solution for you

Real estate can enhance the risk-and-return profile of an investor’s portfolio, offering competitive risk-adjusted returns. In general, the real estate market is one of low volatility, especially compared to equities and bonds. Real estate is also attractive when compared with more traditional sources of income return, and somehow safer as you still have a phisical product in your hands, because it is backed by brick and mortar.

Private equity makes long-term investments into companies in search for growth. Expert investment managers with extensive knowledge of running companies help to build better businesses by strengthening management, operations and/or expanding into new markets. The profits of the improvement are shared among the underlying investors and the specialists whose skills contributed to the company’s success.

Trade finance represents the financial instruments and products that are used by companies to facilitate international trade and commerce. Trade finance makes it possible and easier for importers and exporters to transact business through trade.

Portfolio management is the art and science of selecting and overseeing a group of investments that meet the long-term financial objectives and risk tolerance of a client, a company, or an institution. Hiring the correct one can be the stepstone to your investment results.