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How Can Real Estate Investors Diversify Their Portfolio?

Investing in real estate is a way to invest in your future. Building a real estate investment portfolio can allow you to create long-term income, plus it gives you assets that you could sell for a profit in the future. You could even make your income from property investments passive when you use a property management firm to manage everything for you. But diversifying your investments is always important if you want to reduce the level of risk you have. This is true for real estate, the same as any other type of investment. So how can you make your investments more diverse?

Invest in Different Types of Real Estate

Different types of real estate are available for you to invest in. Selecting from a number of different real estate options will help you to diversify your portfolio and ensure you’re not just putting all of your money into one type. You can consider the domestic rental market, commercial property, and mixed-use properties. Within these categories, there are various options to explore too. For example, single-family or multi-family homes, retail stores or industrial property, and more. By mixing property types, you can lower your risk and protect your investments.

Invest in Diverse Locations

Another way to diversify the real estate that you invest in is to choose different locations. The location of real estate can influence various other factors. It changes what types of people might live there, what types of property you can find and of course things like prices and how many are looking to rent or buy there. By investing in a number of different locations, you can ensure you’re not relying on the popularity of one area. This is even more important if you’re taking a gamble on a certain area becoming more popular because there’s no guarantee it will happen.

Choose Indirect Real Estate Investments

Investing in real estate doesn’t have to be getting involved in property development or becoming a landlord. You can invest in real estate indirectly, profiting from your investment without having to be hands-on with any property. Mutual funds or real estate investment trusts (REITs) both offer ways to diversify your real estate investment portfolio. REITs are securities that allow you to invest in either equity or debt-based real estate portfolios. Real estate mutual funds are managed funds that invest in REITs, as well as stocks and indices.

Look at Alternative Assets to Invest In

Real estate investors should also look at other forms of investment if they want to diversify. It can be a good idea to have something other than property in your investment portfolio for true diversity. You could consider options trading, investing in stocks, bonds, and shares, or even other physical assets, such as gold. Having different types of investments can help you to ensure you can maintain your real estate investments. You’ll have other investments that you can rely on even if your property investments aren’t performing as well.

Diversify your real estate investment portfolio by exploring different options both within real estate and elsewhere.


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About the Author

Kaya Wittenburg

Blog Author and CEO

Kaya Wittenburg is the Founder and CEO of Sky Five Properties. Since the age of 10, real estate has been deeply ingrained into his thoughts. With world-class negotiation and deal-making skills, he brings a highly impactful presence into every transaction that he touches.

He is here to help you use real estate as a vehicle to develop your own personal empire and feel deeply satisfied along the way. If you have an interest in buying, selling or renting property in South Florida, contact Kaya today.

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