• Mon. Nov 28th, 2022

This Company Offers Passive Real Estate Investments at 2021 Prices

ByWillie M. Evans

Oct 6, 2022

As property values ​​continue to fluctuate in what is becoming one of the most unpredictable real estate environments in years, one aspect of the real estate market has steadily increased: rental properties. With a lack of home inventory, especially single-family homes, due to rising interest rates, many have opted for rental options while they wait for those mortgage rates to drop. They are looking for what has become a rare and increasingly expensive option.

This situation has not gone unnoticed by those seeking passive income by investing in this rental market. But like many investment opportunities, rental properties can be expensive, labor-intensive, and unlikely to offer prompt payout.
Seattle-based Arrived Homes is a real estate investment platform that makes passive rental ownership possible for anyone with as little as $100. It promotes the ability for investors to make money “from day one”.

View available properties on Arrived Homes

Arrived’s impressive property catalog includes a chance to invest in rental property at 2021 prices with the company’s announcement of “The Goose” in northwest Arkansas, which was recently put available for investment.

The Goose is an intriguing property purchased pre-construction from a home builder for $251,000 that was recently re-appraised by an independent appraiser at a property value appreciation of 26% to $317,000. Arrived claims that combining this appreciation with the amplification of 50% leverage and The Goose represents an instantaneous 38% increase in stock appreciation.
The Goose is a newly constructed four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in the town of Farmington, a suburb of Fayetteville, Arkansas. The property features an open concept floor plan, kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances and attached two car garage. It also has a large back porch and a fully fenced back yard.
Shareholders of all Arrived rental properties receive quarterly dividends on rental income. The company also says investors can benefit from appreciation in their shares if the value of the property rises. For more information on properties available for investment, visit Homes arrived.

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