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If you’re interested in investing in real estate but are worried you don’t have enough money for it, you aren’t alone. Most people new to investing believe they have to have thousands of dollars to make any kind of profitable real estate investment. The good news is that isn’t the case; it is possible to start your real estate investing journey $5,000 or less. This guide will teach you how to get into real estate investing without a lot of money in the bank and help you decide which strategy is best for you. 

Why Investing in Real Estate can be a Lucrative Opportunity

You may believe that investing $5,000 in real estate won’t get you a return on your investment; however, that may not be the case. Real estate can offer cash flow, tax breaks, competitive risk-adjusted returns, equity building, and a hedge against inflation depending on how you go about investing. It is an opportunity to diversify your portfolio and create another stream of income. Even with only $5,000 to start, the strategies in this guide can help you grow your cash in the bank to invest in even larger real estate opportunities. 

8 Ways to Get Into Real Estate With $5,000 or Less

While you may not be able to purchase a property with only $5,000, you can still begin investing in real estate to create another stream of income. Here are eight strategies for how to invest $5,000 in real estate.

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

Real estate investment trusts (REITs) allow you to partner with a larger network. With REITs you’re investing in large-scale, income-producing real estate. A REIT is a company that owns and operates real estate or related assets such as office buildings, shopping malls, hotels and resorts, apartments, warehouses, and mortgages or loans. REIT companies don’t develop real estate properties to resell them. Instead, they buy and develop properties to operate as part of their own investment portfolios. When you invest in REITs, you earn a share of income through commercial real estate ownership, without ever buying commercial real estate. 

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Self-directed IRA

Did you know you can invest in real estate within an IRA? This option is often overlooked when it comes to real estate investing but can be a great route to take, especially when starting with $5,000. Self-directed IRAs allow you the ability to hold real estate under certain conditions and offer tax-free or tax-deferred benefits. It also allows you to partner your IRA money with someone else’s IRA or non-IRA money, helping you raise the capital for investments larger than $5,000. This type of investment is a bit more complicated than just purchasing stocks, bonds, or ETFs in a retirement account. Here are a few important considerations when buying and holding property via your IRA: 

  • The type of account you’ll need to have to make real estate investments is a self-directed IRA, the benefit of this account is that it acts just like any other retirement account with the added ability to invest in real estate. 
  • You need a custodian to facilitate the transaction. A custodian is an entity that specializes in self-directed accounts to keep you from violating the strict rules in place regarding these types of real estate transactions. The custodian charges a fee for the service and will not advise you on what investments to make. 
  • It’s important to note that your IRA owns the property, not you as an individual.
  • In most cases to purchase real estate within an IRA, you are required to pay cash and the IRA must pay all ownership expenses.
  • While there can be tax advantages to holding real estate in your IRA – such as portfolio diversification and a potentially high return on investment – it can also be more complicated and involve a lot of red tape. 

Borrow Money

Borrowing money is a simple way to help you start your venture of real estate investing, and you have a few options for how you can borrow funds. 

  • Family or friends: Before you borrow money from friends and family, consider if doing so could harm your relationship and if the person of your choosing is the right fit. Always treat the loan like you would any financial transaction and write up a promissory note. You can find easy-to-use templates online. You’ll want to specify the interest rate, repayment schedule, and interest your lender has in the property. 
  • Peer-to-peer lending: Another option is peer-to-peer lending (P2P). This type of lending is when individuals or businesses provide micro-loans through online providers that match lenders with borrowers. Micro-lenders like RealtyShares or GROUNDFLOOR can help you get the funds you need for your real estate investment.
  • Home equity line of credit: Finally, if you already own a home you may want to consider taking out a home equity line of credit (HELOC). A HELOC is a loan where the borrower uses the equity of their current home as collateral. The amount of the loan is determined by the value of the property.

Get a Partner

If you’re worried about putting a kind of strain on your relationships, consider finding a real estate partner instead of borrowing money. Look through your network to find someone else who is interested in real estate and go in on the investment with them. If you don’t have anyone in your current network, join a real estate investing club in your area to help you find the right partner you can trust. Write up a contract that outlines specific terms, responsibilities, and division of profits so both parties have a clear understanding of the partnership.

Seller Financing

Seller financing can be a great option as buyers can typically get lower interest rates and it’s easier to qualify for. In seller financing, the person who owns the property takes on the role of the lender. Rather than giving cash to the buyer, the seller extends credit to the buyer for the home purchase price. You make your mortgage payment to the seller rather than to the bank. You’ll both sign a promissory note that describes in detail the terms of the loan such as interest rate, repayment schedule, and what happens if you default. Be sure to understand the pros and cons of seller financing and keep in mind these loans are usually short-term financing. 

Wholesaling 

With real estate wholesaling, you act as the middleman in the investment process. You as the wholesaler find a property with potential and enter into a contract with the seller for the purchase price, then you ultimately sell the property to another buyer for a fee. Wholesaling is similar to flipping; however, it is a much quicker process and you don’t make any repairs to the property before selling it. This option means you put up little capital. All you need is your time and effort and in some cases an earnest money deposit. 

Private Money Loan

Private money loans are short-term loans that are used to purchase or refinance a property. The loan comes from an individual or group of individuals who pool their funds to help facilitate a real estate transaction. These short-term loans are primarily used for properties that don’t fit traditional lending criteria such as homes that banks won’t provide financing for because of their poor condition. A private money loan is often referred to as a hard money loan because they have high interest rates (10% to 15%) and fees, along with being a short-term loan. The best time to use hard money loans is to fix and flip properties.

Lease Options

Lease options allow you the ability to rent to own. You lease a property with the option to purchase it at a set price after a set amount of time. No one else will be able to buy the home during that set period. 

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Another more complicated option is known as a sandwich lease. Here, you sign a lease option with a seller, you then find another tenant and arrange a lease option at a slightly higher rent-to-buy rate. This is similar to wholesaling as you act as the middleman. The difference is that the timeline is much longer, and the property becomes a rental rather than a flip. 

Your $5,000 Investment Can Go a Long Way

A $5,000 investment into real estate can seem like an impossible goal, but it doesn’t have to be. These strategies can help you invest in a way that suits you so you can grow that $5,000 to meet your financial goals. Whichever investing route you choose to take, do your research so you fully understand how your investment works, your potential return on that investment and how you can benefit in the best possible way. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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Can I invest $5,000 in real estate?

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Yes! While buying a property for only $5,000 may be a bit of a stretch, there are ways to invest in real estate with $5,000. Lease options, private money, REITs or seller financing are just a few of the possibilities.

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How can I invest $5,000 for a quick return?

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Whether you invest in real estate or other avenues, looking to make a quick return on your investment can be risky. Taking your time and allowing your investment to grow can often get you the best ROI.

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How much money does it usually cost to flip a house?

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It depends on what type of property you are looking to flip. The cost is more than just the property itself; factors that affect the cost to flip a house are property price, taxes and renovation costs.

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July’s CPI Report Shows US Inflation Cooling — Critics Say ‘US Government’s Formula Understates The Actual Rise In Prices’

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July’s CPI Report Shows US Inflation Cooling — Critics Say ‘US Government’s Formula Understates The Actual Rise In Prices’

After last June’s inflation report published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) reflected a 9.1% year-over-year increase, July’s CPI data has come in lower with a year-over-year increase of 8.5%. Economists polled by media publications estimated that July’s CPI data would print 8.7%, however, July’s core CPI, the government’s broadest measure of inflation, remained the same as June.

CPI Report Shows Inflation in the US May Have Peaked, Stocks, Cryptos, and Precious Metals Jump Higher

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq, S&P 500, and NYSE indexes all jumped significantly higher in value after the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics published July’s inflation report. Additionally, precious metals and cryptocurrencies saw a rise on Wednesday as well, as bitcoin (BTC) jumped over 4% higher, gold increased by 0.35%, and silver jumped 1.43% in value against the U.S. dollar.

Inflation as measured by headline CPI increased 0.0 percent month-over-month in July, well below its elevated June monthly rate of 1.3 percent. Monthly core inflation in July fell to 0.3 percent. 1/ pic.twitter.com/6bVTZq7m1W

— Council of Economic Advisers (@WhiteHouseCEA) August 10, 2022

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The Consumer Price Index (CPI) report for July 2022 said: “The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) was unchanged in July on a seasonally adjusted basis after rising 1.3 percent in June. Over the last 12 months, the all items index increased 8.5 percent before seasonal adjustment.” The inflation report adds:

The gasoline index fell 7.7 percent in July and offset increases in the food and shelter indexes, resulting in the all items index being unchanged over the month.

Bankrate’s chief financial analyst Greg McBride told Yahoo Finance reporter Alexandra Semenova that the gas price drop was good for the economy, but it doesn’t fix inflationary pressures. “The drop in gasoline prices has been very welcome, but that doesn’t solve the inflation problem,” McBride said. “Consumers are getting a break at the gas pump, but not at the grocery store.” Moreover, many people have issues with the way the Bureau of Labor Statistics calculates CPI.

Truflation CEO Says True Inflation Is Running at 9.6% Today, Schiffgold Author Claims Government Formula Understates Real Inflation Numbers

Data from shadowstats.com’s alternative inflation charts show inflation is much higher than the reported numbers published by the U.S. government. The CEO of Truflation, Stefan Rust, says the country’s inflation figures are not accurate and he believes true inflation is running at 9.6% today.

Shadowstats.com’s alternative inflation (CPI) chart on August 10, 2022.

The company’s Truflation Index indicates that at the time of writing, the rate is 9.61%, which is still down from the 10.5% the Truflation Index recorded in July. Further, it is still down from the 11.4% annual peak the Truflation Index recorded in March.

Truflation Index on August 10, 2022.

“First, it was transitory. Next, it was manageable. Now, it’s a problem the US is attempting to tackle with a whole new piece of legislation as inflation continues to run at scorching 40-year highs,” Rust said in emailed comments sent to Bitcoin.com News. “The latest data released today provides some welcome relief, with growth in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) slowing to 8.5% in the year to July thanks largely to falling fuel prices. Notably, though, month on month prices remained the same as increases in rent and food costs — which have the largest impact on poorer citizens — offset declining prices at the pump.” Rust continued:

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This means Americans are still struggling to make ends meet as they watch the value of their money erode at over 8% per year. As bad as all this seems, however, the true inflation picture differs from the above. Today, the Truflation index is showing that US inflation is running at 9.6%. This is down from 10.5% in July, and an annual peak of 11.4% in March, reflecting the same downward trend that the Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS) figures suggest. However, it remains over 100 basis points higher than these official figures.

Schiffgold.com’s Michael Maharrey said on Wednesday that the latest CPI data was not the greatest and the government formula used to tally the numbers is understated. Maharrey and the economists at Peter Schiff’s blog believe the CPI is much higher. “It wasn’t all good news,” Maharrey stressed. “Food prices continued to skyrocket, rising 1.1% from June. Rents also rose.”

“And as I mention every time I talk about CPI, it’s even worse than these numbers suggest. This CPI uses a government formula that understates the actual rise in prices,” Maharrey added. “Based on the CPI formula used in the 1970s, CPI remains in the 17% range — a historically high number.”

U.S. president Joe Biden discussed the CPI data as well and remarked that new laws and semiconductors manufacturing based in America boosted the country’s economic activity. “Last year, one-third of core inflation was due to high prices for automobiles because of the shortage of semiconductors,” Biden said on Wednesday. “With the CHIPS and Science Law boosting our efforts to make semiconductors right here at home, America is back leading the way.”

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What do you think about the CPI data for July? What do you think about the critics and statistics that say true inflation in the U.S. is much higher than what’s being reported? Let us know your thoughts about this subject in the comments section below.

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Defi Attacker Siphons $570,000 From Curve Finance, Crypto Exchange Fixedfloat Freezes 112 Ethereum

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Reports indicate that the decentralized finance (defi) protocol Curve was hacked for $570,000 in ethereum after people noticed that Curve’s front end was exploited. The attackers then tried to launder the funds via the crypto exchange Fixedfloat, and the trading platform’s team managed to freeze $200K worth of the stolen funds.

Curve Finance Exploited for $570K — Fixedfloat Exchange Freezes More Than $200K, Domain Service Blamed

Another defi hack was discovered on August 9, when the Paradigm researcher Samczsun tweeted that Curve Finance’s frontend was compromised. Curve Finance confirmed the problem on Twitter and later the team was able to revert the exploit found on the frontend. “The issue has been found and reverted,” Curve said. “If you have approved any contracts on Curve in the past few hours, please revoke immediately.”

🚨🚨🚨@CurveFinance frontend is compromised, do not use it until further notice!

— samczsun (@samczsun) August 9, 2022

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When Curve was asked if the team could “go into detail about how the name servers were compromised?” Curve replied: “That we don’t know. Most likely, [iwantmyname.com] themselves got hacked.” The on-chain researcher Zachxbt reported that the hacker managed to get away with $570K. The funds were sent to the Bitcoin Lightning Network-powered exchange Fixedfloat, and the exchange noted that the team managed to freeze some of the funds.

“Our security department has frozen part of the funds in the amount of 112 [ether]. In order for our security department to be able to sort out what happened as soon as possible, please email us” Fixedfloat wrote. Steven Ferguson, the founder of Tcpshield, further verified that it was possible that the domain service iwantmyname.com was breached.

“On August 9th at 20:26 UTC, I was pinged regarding [Curve fi’s] frontend being compromised in what appears to be a nameserver hijack at [iwantmyname.com],” Ferguson said. The Tcpshield founder added:

This did not appear to be a hijack at the registrar level, but rather systems at [iwantmyname.com] compromised themselves.

The Curve attack follows a great number of defi hacks during the last few weeks, as the Solana-based Slope wallet was breached, Crema Finance lost $8.7 million, and Rari Capital’s Fuse platform was hacked for $80 million. Furthermore, $1.3 billion was stolen in Q1 2022 and most of the attacks stemmed from defi projects this year.

Following the Curve attack, the Curve team has been tweeting out walkthroughs on how users can revoke a smart contract. After the issues were found and reverted, Curve Finance said: “Updates should have propagated for [Curve] everywhere by now, which means it should be safe to use.” Curve Finance has $6.13 billion total value locked (TVL) today, making it the fifth-largest defi protcol in terms of TVL size.

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Biggest Movers: AVAX Nears Highest Level Since May, ETC Moves Towards $40

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Avalanche rallied on Wednesday, as the token broke out of a key resistance level on its way towards a multi-month high. Crypto markets mostly rallied as the session progressed, following the release of the latest U.S. inflation numbers. Ethereum classic was one such token, as it moved closer to $40.

Avalanche (AVAX)

Avalanche (AVAX) was a big mover on Wednesday, as the token moved closer to its highest level since May.

Following a low of $26.71 on Tuesday, AVAX/USD surged to an intraday peak of $30.00 earlier in today’s session.

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The move sees AVAX near Monday’s peak of $30.87, which is the highest point the token has hit since May 23.

AVAX/USD – Daily Chart

Today’s price rally comes as crypto markets reacted to the latest U.S. inflation report, which showed a decline from 9.1% in June to 8.5% in July.

As a result of this, the 14-day relative strength index (RSI) raced past a resistance of its own at 69, and is currently tracking at 71.40.

Although AVAX is already overbought, bulls may look to recapture Monday’s high before potentially retreating, giving way to bears.

Ethereum Classic (ETC)

Ethereum classic (ETC) was another notable mover in today’s session, as it rebounded following Tuesday’s decline.

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Tuesday saw ETC/USD slip to a bottom of $35.75, however a day later, prices of the token surged to a peak of $38.94.

This increase in price has seen ethereum classic near a key resistance level at the $40.00 mark.

ETC/USD – Daily Chart

ETC has not broken past this ceiling since July 31, with bearish pressure preventing bulls from an escape beyond this threshold.

As of writing, the 14-day RSI is tracking at 65.84, which is marginally above support at 63.

Should ETC bulls want to push price to and above $40.00, the index will need to hit a reading of 69 and greater.

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