One of the conversations I’m consistently having week over week with first time investors is the conversation of whether to passively invest, or actively invest.
What’s the difference?
Well, as a passive investor, you’re typically investing anywhere between $25,000 - $50,000 (or MORE!) in someone else’s deal - typically as a limited partner.
While, as an active investor, you’re purchasing the property yourself - which means coming up with the capital, managing the asset, and taking on all the risk.
Let's dive into some of the pros and cons of each, so that YOU can better determine which makes the most sense for yourself.
First, passive investing!
The biggest benefit in passive investing is that it’s exactly that, it’s PASSIVE!…
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