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Our last article covered the importance of diversifying your portfolio by leveraging alternative investments in industries such as the CRE or Commercial Real Estate Investments, Banking, Aviation, Legal Cannabis and Small Business Startups. Due to its formidable performance over the past few years, and even more impressively during the outbreak of COVID, today we will be taking a more in-depth look into the Legal Cannabis industry.  In fact, the Cannabis Industry has a lot more
Is the market going to crash in 2020? What’s the best investment? When there’s an upheaval in the market, the old “traditional” way of investing just won’t cut it anymore… We need Alternatives.”  (Jacksonville, FL. September 1, 2020) The first quarter of 2020 acted as a wake-up call to hundreds of millions of citizens. Every pandemic is unique in its own way, and COVID was no different as it seemed to pinpoint and emphasize the
You don’t need decades of experience to realize our general economy is cratering, unemployment is at depression levels and pandemonium reigns in the street. Social injustice, political upheaval like never seen before, higher education opening and closing within weeks and an uncontrollable pandemic growing exponentially daily is our new norm (for now). Unemployed parents can’t afford to feed their kids without school and schools can’t open without the threat of kids taking the disease home
There is no doubt that the rapid globalization and expansion of real estate portfolios has considerably increased the volume of data that you have to interact with as a property manager or owner. Also, keep in mind that managing cross-border holdings, currencies, tax jurisdictions, and transactions are routine and something you should expect. This is why producing expected returns in this competitive environment requires a lot more than active management of your expenses and revenue
Did you know that most real estate partnerships that look for broader participation have to follow the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) regulations, which outline as well as control the process of raising finance through solicitation? The Securities Act of 1933 provides exemptions for a private placement or private offering from federal securities registration. And both public companies and private companies are increasingly using this in order to raise capital during times of market uncertainty