Types of real estate projects
Real estate investments can be of 3 types
Purchase, reform and sale
Projects consist of buying a property, reforming it properly and selling it.
The profits generated by the operation are distributed among the investors.
Therefore, the profitability and term of the project are estimated, and are linked to the sale of the property.
You buy a property to later put it up for rent.
The net income generated by the rental is distributed among the investors.
The property will be sold at the most opportune moment, with the aim of maximizing its profitability. The profits generated by said sale are distributed.
In this case, and unlike other types of real estate projects, the interest is not linked to the real profitability of the property, but a fixed interest is paid regardless of the result of the investment.
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