Why invest in real estate in the US?

When you think about buying real estate, the first thing that probably comes to mind is your home. But physical property can play a part in a portfolio too, especially as a hedge against the stock market. Real estate can enhance the risk and return profile of an investor’s portfolio, offering competitive risk-adjusted returns. Even looking back in the subprime mortgage crisis, private market commercial real estate returned an average of 8.4% over the 10-year period from 2000 to 2010, based on data from the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF). And usually, the real estate market is one of low volatility especially compared to equities and bonds.

Real estate is also attractive when compared with more traditional sources of income return. This asset class typically trades at a yield premium to U.S. Treasuries and is especially attractive in an environment where Treasury rates are low. Investing in real estate gives an investor one tool that is not available to stock market investors: LEVERAGE.

We are currently working in partnership with an experienced company in Florida and have a wide portfolio of projects.


Why Florida?

• Florida passes New York to become the nation’s third most populous state (DECEMBER 23, 2014).
• The 6th fastest-growing state 2015-2016
• 365,703 population numeric increase from July 1, 2014 to July 1, 2015 (3rd in the US)
• Homeownership rate is similar for the whole country (65.3)
• Good opportunities of properties for sale, and increased demand for rental properties. Best purchase to rent ratio
• The state does not collect a personal income tax.
• Approximately 1/3 of baby boomers plan to move to a new home during retirement. (42% of today’s 50-year-olds are planning to move to Florida compared to 36% in 1996.
• Wealthy and upscale population


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