There’s no hard and fast rule on how much commercial real estate investors make. A lot of the hard numbers will depend on the type of investing you commit to, and the location in which you do it.
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The diversity of work in real estate investing means there’s something for everyone. You can buy single-family properties and become a landlord, you can fix-and-flip properties as you see on HGTV, or you can even host short-term rentals on platforms like Airbnb and VRBO.
Each method has its own pros and cons, as well as earning potential. And while salaries for investors can diverge widely even within these categories, here's a quick look at the average annual salary within these niches:
Your estimated salary as a real estate investor can vary greatly. Fortunately, investors have a lot of control over their careers, and there’s a ton of diversity out there to keep everyone happy and engaged in their work. That means if you're not making what you want or just want to scale up, there are plenty of steps you can take to do so.
If you've only flipped properties or rented out single-family homes, expand into other forms of real estate investing. Commercial real estate is a great way to do this. Add a few vacation homes to the mix, try a multifamily property, or give wholesaling a shot. You'll increase your earning potential and you might discover something you enjoy more.
Another way to make more out of your investment portfolio, in general, is to try out different investment vehicles. An Income fund is a great example of this. Many versions of this fund offer monthly income and are a great way to supplement your income.
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Nic has honed his focus on the Real Estate and debt markets with Saint Investment Group and pursues large-scale Distressed Asset purchases with his partners and syndications.