Six Things You Need to Know About Real Estate Investing

Get answers to the six most common questions new investors have about real estate investing.

Six Things You Should Know About Real Estate Investing

If you are new to real estate investing, there are a few things you need to know to get your bearings. In this short video, Investor Relations Manager Scott Reasoner answers six of the most common questions his team gets during our weekly New Investor Orientation. Watch now to learn:

  • What exactly is commercial real estate (CRE);
  • The industry terms you need to know to get started;
  • How investors make money with their CRE investments’
  • What is an accredited investor;
  • The different risk profiles; and
  • What sponsors do.
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