How to Benefit From the Profits Earned by Multi-Family Apartments Without the Headache of Managing

Southfield, MI (PressExposure) June 13, 2009 -- Real estate investors who choose income-producing property realize that there is more potential for profit in multi-family buildings and apartment complexes than there is in single family residents. On the other hand, there is a lot more work involved in managing these buildings.

A lot of real estate investors would never consider purchasing an entire apartment complex on their own. Some might go into this venture with several other partners. This is essentially what they are doing when they purchase REITs. By being a shareholder in a REIT, they are part owner in a multi-family apartment building; therefore, making dividends on the profit they earn.

“Everyone knows the stock market is down; however, REITs are getting a consistent return of 6 – 10 percent, said Earl E. Bird, III, spokes person for the reitbuyer.com. “Even when things are slow, REITs investors are making a steady profit.”

Real Estate Investors are discovering that REITs are a better option than investing in individual properties on their own REITbuyer.com is an online brokerage information site specializing In REITs and Real Estate Mutual Funds – The World’s first and only site dedicated to REITs Real Estate Mutual Funds. This is a place for the small investor to own a piece of world class real estate. The above press release is not the opinion of SaveDaily. Any advice given is option of writer. Savedaily is not endorsing this press release. http://www.reitbuyer.com/ is not broker or dealer. All investments are risky by nature and professional advice should be sought.

Contact: Earl E. Bird, III 25900 11 Mile Rd #260 Southfield, MI 48034 877-707-1770 earlebirdiii@gmail.com

This press release was submitted by Right Now Marketing Group, LLC

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Press Release Submitted On: June 13, 2009 at 4:20 am
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