Interview Reveals the Liquidity with Investing in Real Estate Investment Trusts

Southfield, MI (PressExposure) March 22, 2009 -- Earl E. Bird, III, spokes person for the, has cooperated in many interviews during the last couple of months. In his most recent interview, he was asked about the liquidity of REITs investments and the length of time one’s money is tied up.

Earl said, “In real estate purchasing, you are buying properties, committing to a long-term investment, mortgage or other financing terms and assuming responsibility for the upkeep of the properties. When investing in REITs, you are purchasing shares, like you would in the stock market. If you need cash or wish to no longer be a part of a REIT, you simply sell your shares as you would any other stock or mutual fund investment.”

Earl explained how REITs offer the same flexibility as any of the other markets, while at the same time offering the chance for a longer-term secured investment. “What I mean by secured investment is that for the most part real estate has some value,” Earl explained. “Though the value may fluctuate, it is a tangible asset that will retain value over the long term. With other stocks and mutual funds, if the company in which you purchase shares goes out of business, you can lose everything.”

When asked why people steer away from REITs, Earl answered, “Because they are not a ‘make money fast’ source of investment income. Most REITs will see regular, consistent returns in dividends, but not necessarily the big spikes where you can grab a big profit. Adding REITs to your stock portfolio will give you a more stable backbone to base your invest profile on.”

In addition to the above information provided by Earl, we also learned that one can add diversity to their real estate investment trusts by owning a variety of commercial, residential, US based and different trusts across the world and across all markets. is an online brokerage specializing In REITs and Real Estate Mutual Funds – The 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.

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

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