In a groundbreaking study conducted by economic think tanks based at the University of California-Davis, University of Bonn and the Deutsche Bundesbank (Central Bank of Germany), expert consensus concludes that between 1870 and 2015, investors based in average wealthy countries (ie. USA, Japan, Germany) experienced annual returns on housing market investment of slightly over 7%, demonstrating these assets were half as risky as equities and slightly less risky than bonds over the same timeframe. Safeguarding hard-earned income through the purchase of property continues to lead as a time-tested winning strategy and as eminent real estate consultant and developer Jacob Frydman indicates, there are many market access options for those who are keen. Frydman points to Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) as an advantageous component of a balanced financial portfolio, which offer the opportunity to enjoy gains without the risks of direct realty purchases.
Jacob Frydman is a prominent real estate investor and consultant based in New York. He is an industry leader with an impeccable investment portfolio, having successfully executed property development projects valued at over $2 billion dollars, with a specialized career spanning more than 3 decades. Jacob Frydman completed a B.S. in Finance from Boston University and a J.D from Case Western Reserve University School of Law and is a frequent guest speaker on real estate finance at Columbia University and the New York Law School. In addition to his distinctive career, he is an active philanthropist and contributor to various charitable organizations such as the Chabad of Duchess Country, Brem Foundation of Washington, DC and the National Committee for Furtherance of Jewish Education (NCFJE).
Jacob Frydman – CEO & Chairman – United Realty Advisors, LP – LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacobfrydman
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