Realty Investment Hub aims to connect like-minded investors.


Conventional real estate companies either invest or trade in real estate. The investment arm of the company is typically a long-term investment whereby one purchases property with the intention of holding onto them over time. Conversely, trading is a short-term investment in which traders will buy a property to only fix it up and sell it quickly for a higher price.

Because real estate investing demands one to buy a more desirable property, it requires a higher initial investment and more time to turn a larger profit. In comparison, trading does not require the same initial investment quantity, but it may be more risky if the property is unable to be sold as fast as initially planned.

Choosing which model of investing is best for you depends on your market level experience, expertise and strategy. There is no perfect investment, and both models can return large profits if executed properly. It is ultimately based on the needs and desires of your personal portfolio which dictates the method of real estate investing you choose to take on.

One should protect their personal assets by incorporating their investment company once you begin to grow. The most common legal business entity for a real estate investment company is an LLC. This provides you with the flexibility to change the business as the market fluctuates or business needs change over time.

Our hub assists you in gaining the initial financing needed to execute potential projects in the market. Securing financing for these projects can be difficult in that one needs significant upfront investing. We offer various options, including partnerships with other investors.

Once the deed enters your control, it is vital to have the right insurance. You must ensure to have the right insurance at the right time, and researching this component is important for your success in the market. Part of this is to limit your liability and ensuring to make it very clear in tenant contracts what your liability is and what the tenant is responsible for in their lease duration.