7 Questions To Help You Decide Whether Direct Participation Real Estate Can Serve Your Interests

You probably didn’t learn about it in college, we’re pretty sure your high school didn’t teach it, and the media focus more on stocks, bonds, and other run-of-the-mill investment products with broader commercial appeal. A whole industry has been built around selling you these paper assets, not actual hard assets like Direct Participation Real Estate (DPRE). Does DPRE fall under the radar?
 
Like retail investments, DPRE offers potential for income, growth, and wealth preservation. But DPRE is different from retail investment products in significant ways. And they’re not for everybody, only accredited investors. 
 
The next few questions help identify whether DPRE might serve your investment interests. 

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