Global Real Estate Market Hits $11.4 Trillion, Here's How To Invest With As Little As $100

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  • Allied Market Research predicts the global real estate market will nearly triple to $30.6 trillion by 2031.
  • Plenty of options exist for an investor to participate in the housing market, read more to learn how.
Global Real Estate Market Hits $11.4 Trillion, Here's How To Invest With As Little As $100

When an investor thinks about the $11.4 trillion global real estate market, (that could balloon to $30.6 trillion by 2031) they likely think that they’d need to be cash heavy, or secure some kind of leverage to invest in a rental property, or a single-family unit.

But, it’s 2022 — and the tools available today are far more nuanced, and targeted for the millennial investor, or anyone who wants to incrementally invest.

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Have you heard of micro-investing, or fractional share buying in stocks?

The real estate market offers a vast amount of the same tools, and Benzinga has you covered.

First, here’s a little data.

Tech-enabled real estate company Mynd is out with a consumer insights report that shows 43% of adults under the age of 40 are considering becoming “rentvestors” — the act of prioritizing buying or investing in a property (while renting a home) before a primary residence, in order to shore up the funds needed to purchase their dream homes.

Check this out: Benzinga has plenty of options for the micro-investor to get involved in the housing market for as little as $100 (or more, depending on your appetite).

Here’s how it works. This is an alternative investment platform that allows individuals to easily invest in real estate by purchasing shares of rental properties.

Investors on the platform earn passive income through rental revenue while waiting for the properties they invest in to appreciate in value over time.

The goal of micro-investing, or “rentvesting,” is to safeguard your financial future without compromising your way of life. If done correctly, rentvesting's diversification strategy enables you to live where you want, rather than relocating to a neighborhood where you can afford to buy a house.
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