For years, individuals have been limited to investing in public stocks and bonds.
Now, for the first time ever, you can invest like a billion-dollar institution
by diversifying into private market real estate investments. Yet, if you’re like most investors, there’s a good chance that private marketing investing hasn’t even been on your radar. That’s because the doors to the world of private marketing investing have been essentially closed for individual investors — until now. The idea of aiming for growth early, and stability later on, has a lot of merit.
In order for a portfolio to be truly diversified, its investments must be allocated across several different uncorrelated asset types.
To build a portfolio that achieves these two principles, you have to find a way to expand your portfolio beyond the stock market (and the public market at large). In the past, this has often meant buying a home, or becoming a landlord, via the private real estate market.
For a long time, the private real estate market has been a favorite hunting ground for the elite investor. Its unique potential for high returns, consistent passive income, and built-in tax advantages are drool-inducing attractions.