Invest in Multi-Million Dollar Real Estate Projects for Only $500 - Craig Cecilio - Finances Demystified Podcast

How to Invest in Multi-Million Dollar Real Estate Projects for Only $500 – Craig Cecilio

Summary

Technology has helped to break down numerous barriers for all of us and with fin-tech companies like DiversyFund we can now invest in multi-million dollar real estate projects with as little as $500 and with little to no real estate experience.   

Tune in to this episode as Craig Cecilio, CEO & Co-Founder of DiversyFund a capital syndication expert and entrepreneur shares with us how regardless of your net worth or social-economic background you now can have access to this high-quality, wealth-building strategy.

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Key Takeaways
  • A REIT (real estate investment trust) is collectively putting our money together to purchase real estate and sharing in its cash flow.
  • The best way to get wealthy is to diversify your portfolio with alternative investments like real estate and let it grow.
  • For a minimum of $500, anyone can invest comfortably. See how DiversyFund works, with no management fees, real-time updates and get the most insight on your investments.
Invest in Multi-Million Dollar Real Estate Projects for Only $500 - Craig Cecilio - Finances Demystified Podcast

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