Why Do Investors Join FFREIA?

Members join FFREIA to learn more about investing; to learn more about which specific investments or investment projects are worthwhile; and to network and partner with other fellow investors.

What Kinds Of Investments Are Involved?

Fundamentally there are two kinds of real estate investors: there are active (“hands-on”) investors, and passive investors (investors with less day-to-day involvement.)

Active investors take a direct hand in maximizing their return on investment. If they buy a “fixer-upper” property, they may fix it up directly. If they have an interest in tax sales property auction, they may travel to the auction themselves and bid in person. If they purchase multi-unit housing, they may handle the property management entirely by themselves.

Passive investors provide funds to persons or organizations who invest those funds, or apply them, on their behalf. For one example (among many), a passive investor may invest in a REIT (real estate investment fund) not very differently from the way a stock investor would invest in a stock.

For both types of investor, knowledge is a key and fundamental element of success.  FFREIA continually provides both types of investor with the knowledge and information needed to build such expertise, as well as the benefits of an astute and seasoned network of speakers, mentors, and supportive fellow investors.

On this web site you will find information on  both active and passive investing, and the opportunity to participate in both.

How FFREIA Helps

FFREIA works to maximize that knowledge and those networks for member investors; so member investors can maximize their returns.

To learn more about our educational resources, visit our Investor Education page by clicking here.

To learn more about actual investment projects and returns, click here.

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