Real estate is a broad industry with three main categories; residential, commercial, and industrial. There are different types of real estate businesses that fall under transactional (i.e., brokerage, title, and underwriting) and operational, (i.e., property, loan, and asset management). Generally, there are different ways investors make a profit through real estate by being landlords, trading, investment groups, and/or investment trusts. Unlike other investments such as stock, there is profit in real estate regardless of whether the business volume is high or low. Real estate involves a tangible asset that usually appreciates as time goes. Also, real estate offers numerous benefits such as stable income, capital appreciation, portfolio diversification, and can be acquired using leverage.
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Real Estate magnate HelloOffice expands to Los Angeles
San Francisco-based HelloOffice has just secured $6.5 million in a new round of funding and is absconding to Los Angeles to set up its first regional office. The fairly new real estate brokerage company disclosed to its potential customers that they will set up a new location in Southern California at 10250 Constellation Blvd. in Century City. The new LA office will be man…
London luxury home sales hurting over Brexit uncertainty
Internal property consultant Knight Frank noted that the demand for luxury homes in London continues to shrink following a series of political events in 2019. On top of the issues affecting the property market is Brexit. The Brexit uncertainty hovering over London’s real estate market is like mist that doesn’t seem to be clearing any time soon. Ever since the 2016 referend…
Rightmove share price in reverse as UBS trims rating
Rightmove’s share price (LON:RMV) has fallen deep into the red this Thursday as UBS turned bearish on the company. Proactive Investors quoted the analysts as commenting that the property website might struggle to accelerate average revenue per agent (ARPA) growth given the weakness in the UK housing market. As of 14:52 BST, Rightmove’s share price had given up 4.12 percent…