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Cardone Capital vs REITs – Real Estate Investing Made Simple with Grant Cardone

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Cardone Capital vs REITs – Real Estate Investing Made Simple with Grant Cardone

In today’s episode of Real Estate Investing Made Simple, I will walk you through the differences between a REIT and how we operate at Cardone Capital. REITs are liquid and I am not. My question is, ‘Why do REITs want you to be liquid when they aren’t?’
While they are investing in assets with a liquid pool of traders, I am a real guy investing in real property.

By watching today’s episode you will continue to further educate yourself on what the best investment decision is for you and your family.

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