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Diversify Your Investment Portfolio With Real Estate

Saint Investment Group reduces the risk and increases the stability of investing in real estate. For investors seeking diversification of their portfolios, secured real estate funds offered by Saint Investment Group provide long-term passive income without needing to be an expert in the real estate world. Investing in individual real estate deals one by one can significantly increase the risks to your capital. We reduce your downside exposure by pooling a diverse selection of properties that are balanced for quality returns in relation to risk.

A Safer Way To Invest In Real Estate

Investing in real estate deals by yourself may have the potential for sizable returns, but getting the details right requires a high level of knowledge about the local market and regulatory environment. An error in the smallest of details on a real estate deal can wipe out all of the gains on the investment, and sometimes the entire investment can be lost.

Putting your money in a secured real estate fund from Saint Investment Group ensures each property you invest in has been thoroughly vetted by experts who evaluate properties every day. The fact is, knowing the nuances of real estate trends and local markets provides a huge advantage for investors, and investing in a secured real estate fund makes it possible for you to have this level of intel backing up your capital.

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What Properties Do Saint Investment Group Real Estate Funds Hold?

Saint Investment Group carefully selects real estate investments from an array of property types, each chosen to balance overall risk and ensure long-term stability for our funds. The key to real estate investing the secure way is leveraging expert analysis, which is what we bring to the table for every property we acquire.

We carefully choose our investments in asset classes such as:

Healthcare, grocery, and alternative store niches are some of the retail space investments we make. We keep a pulse on what segments of retail make the most stable tenants, and work diligently to manage each property for dependable cash flow.

At times office can be more volatile when markets fluctuate. However there are excellent opportunities in Office properties in a balanced portfolio. Some markets rebound better than others as we’ve seen in the wake of the pandemic. Vacancy rates stabilized later at very distinct paces, showing which markets can be counted on for stability and upside.

A top-performing property type throughout the economic uncertainty of the past few years. E-commerce is booming, and we’ve seen a major shortage in available space for these operators. We’re always seeking out the best industrial and warehouse space opportunities to include in our real estate funds.

Multifamily properties remain a strong performer for real estate secured funds, with more growth projected as we see the economy continue to improve.

Is Investing In Secured Real Estate Funds For You?

If you see the value in real estate investing but lack the deep knowledge needed to effectively minimize the risks, real estate secured funds are a smart option. Compared with an individual property investment, a real estate fund puts an experienced fund manager in charge, reducing risks and stabilizing passive income streams.

How Is A Real Estate Fund Different From A REIT?

Unlike a real estate secured fund, a REIT is a corporation, trust, or association that directly buys real estate and is traded in pieces like shares of stock. A real estate investment fund structure is different, often with monthly income payments that are a fixed percentage of the total capital invested. Also, investors in real estate funds have the option to reinvest their dividend payments instead of taking them as monthly income.

Despite the somewhat confusing name, real estate funds aren’t technically securities. For those wanting to invest in real-estate-backed securities, a Real Estate Investment Trust is one example. Remember, the downsides of securities apply to REITs, and the possibility of losing the entire investment is a worst case possibility.

Unlike real estate, the prices of stocks are incredibly volatile, with wild swings in value happening throughout the course of a single day at times. With real estate, pricing often moves much more slowly, which can make real estate investment far less risky from a value standpoint. That said, there are details of real estate assets that can also present significant risks when done individually and without the help of knowledgeable experts.

Remember, not all types of real estate funds are created equally—each depends on the management team, market factors, management systems, and leasing strategies. Secured US real estate investment funds offered by Saint Investment Group can provide a decreased risk for real estate investors by pooling funds across various assets, balanced with stable income streams as the goal.

Real Estate Funds Provide Passive Income

Much like traditional rental property investment, real estate secured funds can provide investors with a steady, dependable stream of passive income, often with far fewer risks involved. Rather than managing properties individually and dealing with tenants directly, the managers of a real estate fund handle all of the details from property purchase to maintenance to rent collection. Income from a real estate fund is far more passive in nature than nearly any other type of real estate investment, making them an excellent choice for investors looking to diversify with less risk.

If you’re ready to get started investing in commercial property and investing in real estate more securely, Saint Investment Group is here to guide you every step of the way. Our seasoned real estate investment experts design a stable real estate investment fund structure that provides you passive income for the long term. Contact our team today for a free investment consultation. Find out the difference a real estate fund from Saint Investment Group can make for your portfolio.