What is REIT investing with Upside Avenue like?
REIT investing is easy and Upside Avenue answers some commonly asked investor questions in this short five-minute interview. In this video, Luis Zamora addresses:
- When you’re investing in Upside Avenue’s REIT, what exactly are you in investing in?
- What kind of real estate does the REIT target?
- What kind of returns investors can expect to see?
- One fact investors don’t know about Upside Avenue. Hint: It has to do with your retirement.
Leveling the Playing Field
For decades, the ultra-wealthy and financial institutions have been putting their money to work in real estate—now with Upside Avenue, you can too. We provide access to a professionally managed, diversified portfolio of income-producing multifamily real estate for as little as $2,000. Learn more about the Upside Avenue Multifamily REIT with projected annualized returns of 10-15%.
Maximize Your REIT Returns
If you have an investment retirement account (IRA), REIT investing can provide additional benefits to maximize your returns. Many investors do not realize that REITs are an investment option for their retirement accounts. Retirement account holders can invest in a REIT just as easily as purchasing publicly traded stocks or bonds, using their IRAs, 401ks, pension plans, and any other retirement account arrangement. This ability to invest using retirement money extends to any type of REIT, including private REITs that are not publicly listed.
Ask your financial advisor or tax professional if investing your IRA or SDIRA in a REIT like Upside Avenue is the right choice for your personal financial situation.