Blog posts tagged in crowdfunding

How Does Crowdfunding Real Estate Work?

Making investments in real estate is like having a permanent life insurance policy that you do not pay premiums for.

This is because apart from diversifying your portfolio in various types of investments - Nationwide and creating a long-term money income source, property investments are powerful and stable which means that they are immune to inflation while being able to grow in value steadily.

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Real estate investments should be at the top of the priorities when it comes to investing money. Real estate is one of the safest ways to invest money, and it helps fight inflation. Real estate can also provide passive monthly income by investing in rental properties.

In addition, the risks associated with real estate are quite small compared to equities or bonds. However, this business niche also has its cons. the main disadvantage is that investing in real estate requires big capital.

Fortunately, investing in property today is easy thanks to real estate investment platforms such as Reinvest24.

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With the bull market beginning to show signs of fatigue and markets starting to discount the risk of a slowdown across major economies in 2019, here we'll explain what that means for peer-to-peer (P2P) markets and how lenders can position themselves to hedge.

Typically, periods of equity sell-off and market volatility tend to see a flight to safety in bonds and more traditional vanilla products. This time though, after more than two years of steadily rising interest rates, we believe that 2019 could mark the peak in US treasury yields for the current business cycle meaning that the road ahead is likely to be bumpy.

Instead, we believe many investors may favour ‘selective’ property investment based on fundamental supply/demand trends that tend to weather cyclical downturns better than other assets. In this case, P2P property loans represent an adequate instrument for lenders wishing to get exposure to the property market from the short-term lending side.

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