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Necessity-based real estate

Necessity-based real estate investing is a great, stable option for getting in on the real estate game.

Unlike private properties or office buildings, necessity-based commercial real estate serves locals with essential goods and services — including large grocery store chains. This means that these types of property investments often come with more stable, long-term tenants than other forms of real estate investments.

That’s why First National Realty Partners (FNRP) specifically invests in necessity-based commercial real estate, including grocery-anchored shopping centers, workforce premium multi-family housing, and strategically-located industrial centers.

With a deep, growing portfolio of top brands, FNRP works with national tenants such as Walmart, CVS, Publix, Kroger, WholeFoods, Target and more, making it easy to earn passive income from assets that never go out of style.

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REITs

Investing in a real estate investment trust (REIT) is a way to profit from the real estate market without buying a physical property or dealing with any landlord duties.

REITs are publicly traded companies that own income-producing real estate like apartment buildings, shopping centers and office towers. They collect rent from tenants and shareholders earn passive income from that rent in the form of regular dividend payments.

RealtyMogul — an online real estate marketplace with over $500 million invested — makes investing in REITs easily accessible so you can benefit from potential solid dividends and the and long-term capital appreciation.

To get started, all you have to do is fill in some information about yourself, and you can start browsing fund options and choose which is best for you.

Rental homes and vacation homes

According to Statista, U.S. vacation rental revenue is expected to grow at a rate of 1.65% from 2024-2028, with a projected market volume of $21.11 billion by 2028. And you have the chance to get in on this asset with Arrived.

Arrived is an online platform where you can invest in shares of rental homes and vacation rentals, so you can get into real estate without taking on the responsibilities of property management or homeownership.

Start by browsing their curated selection of homes, each vetted for their appreciation and income potential. Once you find a property you like, you can choose the number of shares you want to buy.

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