Investment Opportunities - Why to choose VSRE to help manage your investment.


A lot of investors like to manage their own properties, and this is a good option for some people. However, there are many reasons why you may want to consider outsourcing your property management needs to someone else.

Management companies like Virgin Soil Real Estate can help you negotiate with tenants and take care of the day-to-day tasks associated with renting out a property (e.g., collecting rent payments and maintaining the unit). They can also assist in finding qualified tenants so that you don't have to invest time in this part of the process yourself.

This means that if you're not interested or able to do everything on your own, working with an external company might be worth considering!

These are some examples of things you can invest in.

Investments can be divided into two categories: short-term and long-term. Short-term investments are typically held for less than one year, while a long-term investment is held for more than one year.

The following are examples of things you can invest in:

  • Stocks and bonds (corporate and government)

  • Mutual funds, exchange traded funds (ETFs), and unit investment trusts (UITs)

  • Business ventures, such as franchises or start-ups

  • Real estate including land, homes, commercial properties, etc.

  • Precious metals such as gold bullion coins/bars or silver coins/bars; precious gems like diamonds & pearls; collectible art pieces

Real estate

Diversified Real Estate Investing

Real estate investing is another way to diversify your portfolio, but it comes with its own set of risks. The barriers to entry are high, as you need both capital and experience to be successful in real estate. It's also expensive to buy, repair and maintain property, so you could lose money if the value of your home goes down (or if your rental property doesn't bring in enough income). You also need to consider taxes: depending on where you live and what type of property you're buying or building, taxes can be steep—and they're unpredictable.