- A real estate limited partnership (RELP) is a private investment that pools investors’ funds to buy, develop, and sell properties.
- During their lifespan, RELPs may furnish a regular income, but mainly pay profits at the end when their properties sell.
- Although they offer high returns, RELPs also come with considerable risks, and investors can’t easily unload them.
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Real estate can be an excellent addition to your investments, not only for its own potential for appreciation and income but also for the diversification it brings to a portfolio. There are plenty of ways to gain real estate exposure: You could invest in a rental property or a commercial building, or fix-up and flip a house.
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