We all have the same 24 hours in a day. But what we don’t all have is access to the same opportunities. This is especially true for investing. The high-and-mighty 1% have access to exclusive, lucrative real estate investments that you’d likely never be able to afford, even if you could get your hands on them.
Until now, that is.
Now you can invest in real estate, too. And you don’t need to be extravagantly wealthy. You just need $500. A company called CalTier lets you invest in commercial real estate — specifically, multi-family apartment complexes across the country that CalTier buys into.
Typically, to buy into an investing opportunity like this, you’d need to be an accredited investor with a six-figure income or a million-dollar net worth. But this is open to the rest of us, the everyday investor.
It’s no wonder multi-family housing has been such a popular investing option — it’s outperformed the S&P 500 for the last 20 years*. Plus, it’s considered by many to be a safe, easy way to diversify your investments. It’s the age-old principle of not keeping all your eggs in one basket. Many financial advisors will tell you this is a key strategy for building long-term wealth.
Even better? CalTier partners with big-time real estate companies and institutional investors that do billions of dollars in real estate deals and gives you access to a diverse and exclusive portfolio of properties.
How to Get Started in Real-Estate Investing for as Little as $500
We know what you’re probably thinking: Won’t my money be tied up for years? What if I need to withdraw? Normally, that would be the case. But here’s another way CalTier is changing the world of real-estate investment. CalTier also gives you a 30 day money-back guarantee.
If you have any questions along the way, CalTier’s accounts team is available to get your questions answered by a real human.
So if you’re ready to join the ranks of wealthy and institutional real-estate investors, it’s no longer out of reach. It’s easy to open a free account and get started.
So sure, we all have the same 24 hours in a day — isn’t it time we had access to the same opportunities?
Mike Brassfield ([email protected]) is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder.
An offering statement regarding this offering has been filed with the SEC. The SEC has qualified that offering statement, which only means that the company may make sales of the securities described by the offering statement. It does not mean that the SEC has approved, passed upon the merits or passed upon the accuracy or completeness of the information in the offering statement. You may obtain a copy of the offering circular that is part of that offering statement here.
You should read the offering circular before making any investment.
There is no guarantee of success, and there is a potential for loss of your investment.