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Invest in real estate and earn 8-10% average returns.
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Real Estate Investment Groups
Queen Capital Properties, LLC acts as a mutual fund for rental properties. If you want to own a rental property, but don't want the hassle of being a landlord, we may be the right partner for you.
We will buy a set of apartment buildings or condos and then allow investors to buy them through the company, thus joining the group. A single investor can own one or multiple units of self-contained living space, but we collectively manage all the units, taking care of maintenance, advertising vacant units and interviewing tenants. In exchange for this management, the company takes a percentage of the monthly rent.
There are several versions of investment groups, but in the standard version, the lease is in the investor's name and all of the units pool a portion of the rent to guard against occasional vacancies, meaning that you will receive enough to pay the mortgage even if your unit is empty.
What makes real estate such a strong investment?
Real estate is a hard asset – it provides intrinsic value through its use as a home, office, factory, etc. Real estate is also scarce. There is only so much land in a given area. As cities grow, demand for real estate increases, while supply is limited by geography. This is why real estate assets have historically appreciated in value over time.
LeverageInvesting in real estate gives an investor one tool that is not available to stock market investors: leverage. If you want to buy a stock, you have to pay the full value of the stock at the time you place the buy order. Even if you are buying on margin, the amount you can borrow is still much less than with real estate. Most "conventional" mortgages require 25% down, however, depending on where you live, there are many types of mortgages that require as little as 5%. This means that you can control the whole property and the equity it holds by only paying a fraction of the total value. Of course, your mortgage will eventually pay the total value of the house at the time you purchased it, but you control it the minute the papers are signed. This is what emboldens real estate flippers and landlords alike. They can take out a second mortgage on their homes and put down payments on two or three other properties. Whether they rent these out so that tenants pay the mortgage or they wait for an opportunity to sell for a profit, they control these assets, despite having only paid for a small part of the total value.
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