Financial advisors and investment experts alike will tell you to invest a percentage of your portfolio in real estate. Because real estate is a tangible asset that can bring in immediate returns and almost always appreciates over time, it makes a great alternate investment and long-term stabilizing force in almost any investment portfolio. However, getting into real estate investing – even on a small scale – can be intimidating, especially if your experience in real estate doesn’t reach much farther than buying and/or selling your home. So, what can you do? Actually, there are quite a few opportunities open to...Read More