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Investing in REIT’s for Passive Real Estate Cashflow

Last week I did a quick show outlining several ways to invest in and profit from real estate for under a $1000. Wasn’t it exciting to know that you can start with so little money? In the next few episodes I’m going to be expanding on the strategies I mentioned in that show.  And, because I know it can be hard to search through back episodes and find the right episodes for the topics you are interested in, I’ll be curating some shows from the past that are relevant to the strategies we’re discussing.  So hold on to your seat.  We’re going for a fun ride into the most accessible strategies in real estate investing.  As you know, I’m all about helping you to take action on building your wealth and living your dreams.  This series will help you to see how easy it actually is to take action and get started NOW! I’m so excited to be sharing them with you!


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Investing in REIT’s for Passive Real Estate Cashflow

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I’m going to call this the Real Estate Investing for under $1000. And today let’s start with Strategy #1, Investing in REIT’s.

First, what is a REIT? A REIT is a Real Estate Investment Trust. While personally owning physical properties may require significant capital and personal involvement, REITs offer a compelling alternative. REITs allow investors to participate in the real estate market without the challenges of property management and high upfront costs. Today, we will explore the benefits and considerations of investing in REITs, shedding light on this investment avenue.

Benefits of Investing in REITs

  1. Diversification: REITs provide a simple and efficient way to diversify your investment portfolio. By investing in a REIT, you gain exposure to a diversified pool of real estate assets across different property types, such as residential, commercial, industrial, or healthcare. This diversification can help mitigate risks associated with a single property or market sector, reducing the overall volatility of your investment.
  2. Income Generation: One of the key attractions of REITs is their potential for generating a steady stream of income. By law, REITs are required to distribute at least 90% of their taxable income to shareholders in the form of dividends. This consistent income flow can be particularly appealing for investors seeking regular cash flow, such as retirees or those looking to supplement their existing income.
  3. Accessibility and Liquidity: Unlike traditional real estate investments, which often require substantial capital, purchasing a REIT allows investors to gain exposure to the real estate market with relatively small amounts of money. And, REITs are traded on major stock exchanges, providing investors with liquidity. This means you can easily buy or sell your REIT shares, providing flexibility and accessibility to your investment.
  4. Professional Management: When you invest in a REIT, you benefit from the expertise of professional managers who are responsible for acquiring, managing, and maintaining the real estate assets so you don’t have to! These managers have in-depth knowledge of the market and are equipped to make informed decisions on behalf of the investors. By entrusting your investment to professionals, you can save time and effort while benefiting from their experience and industry insights.

Considerations When Investing in REITs

  1. Market Risks: Like any investment, REITs are exposed to market risks. Economic downturns, interest rate fluctuations, or changes in real estate market dynamics can impact the performance of REITs. Therefore, it’s essential to conduct thorough research on the REIT’s portfolio, its geographic exposure, and the market conditions it operates in before investing.
  2. Interest Rate Sensitivity: REITs can be sensitive to interest rate movements. When interest rates rise, the cost of borrowing for REITs may increase, potentially impacting their profitability. So, monitoring interest rate trends and their potential impact on REITs is crucial.
  3. Tax Considerations: While REITs offer tax advantages, they also have unique tax considerations. REIT dividends are generally subject to income tax, and the tax rate depends on the investor’s personal tax situation. And some states impose additional taxes on REIT income. Consult with a tax professional to understand the tax implications specific to where you live.
  4. Research and Due Diligence: Not all REITs are created equal. It’s essential to conduct thorough research on the REIT’s management team, track record, financial performance, and portfolio composition. Evaluate the quality of the properties owned by the REIT, their locations, and the overall market conditions. Investing in REITs requires the same level of due diligence as any other investment.


Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) present a compelling option for individuals looking to invest in the real estate market without the hassle of property ownership. Through diversification, income generation, accessibility, and professional management, REITs offer a range of benefits. However, it’s crucial to consider the market risks, interest rate sensitivity, tax implications, and conduct thorough research before investing. With careful consideration and due diligence, investing in REITs can be a valuable addition to a well-diversified investment portfolio.

Do you want to find out more about how to invest in REIT’s?  We’ve had a couple experts come on the show before and talk about them.  If you want to learn more go back to either or both of these episodes.


Getting The Benefits Of Real Estate Without Being A Landlord With Matt Argersinger



Increasing Diversity In Real Estate Investing With Deidre Woollard



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