On paper, REITs are among the most profitable investment vehicles on the planet.
They’re widely accepted as a way to save money on real estate, and investors have been flocking to these companies to cash in on their massive returns.
Unfortunately, the companies that have made the most money off of the REIT market over the past decade have gone on to lose their investment value.
For example, the investment returns that REIT investors have enjoyed over the years have been driven by a number of factors, including the market’s volatility, high costs of management, and limited options for future growth.
That being said, REITS can also be a great way to diversify your portfolio, and some investors have used the REITS’ low fees and low commissions to make the investment process more enjoyable.
However, REIs can also pose significant risks to investors.
For one thing, the REI is a company that relies heavily on its stock price to support its operations, which makes it a prime target for fraudulent activity.
Additionally, many REIs do not have a written disclosure that explains their ownership of their stock and, therefore, cannot be held accountable for the investment outcomes they provide.
That is, there is no mechanism for investors to dispute whether a REI was invested by a fraudulent owner or not.
These two factors together have led to a number OF fraudulent REIs being created over the last decade.
REIs often have a reputation for being incredibly difficult to spot, and that can make them a great place for scam artists to launder money.
In some cases, these scams have been linked to the “shadow brokers” who provide these companies with their stock as part of their marketing efforts.
To help combat these problems, REI investors should look for these companies on the SEC’s website.
However: REIs are not the only investment vehicles that can pose risks.
Real estate is also a very risky investment, and investing in real estate is not something you should do lightly.
Investing in real property is risky, and a few of the factors that make it so include: the high cost of owning real estate