Creating wealth through multiple profit centers
There isn’t one path to value creation through real estate investment. In fact, that’s what makes it such an attractive asset class for a well-diversified portfolio.
Some invest in real estate for its tax efficiency. 1031 transactions allow investors to defer capital gains, while a cost segregation study may allow for bonus depreciation - both ultimately helping to reduce an investor’s tax exposure.
Others invest in real estate for its unique diversification qualities. It’s a natural hedge against inflation and is not highly correlated with other assets. With opportunities for both active and passive investing, investment real estate offers the stability of predictable cash inflows with the upside of asset appreciation.
From proactive deal sourcing - to valuation and deal underwriting - to exhaustive real estate due diligence - to leveraging a deep roster of qualified financing and capital sources. Just because Wall Street is warming up to real estate as a viable asset class doesn’t mean there aren’t still great deals out there.