The state of the housing market has been at the forefront of many investors’ minds as of late. While the past few years have been characterized by a general housing boom, this trend is showing signs of slowing down.
While some have expressed fears that we are entering a situation similar to the crash of 2008, most commentators agree that we will likely see a slowdown rather than a crash.
As a result, there is still plenty of money to be made in real estate, especially as inflation begins to slow and mortgage rates drop with it. However, many potential investors have been shying away from breaking into the market due to the high upfront costs of entry.
This is one of many reasons why investment fractionalization is set to take the real estate market by storm.
This post originally appeared at ValueWalk.com.