@Jaudat S. I think there a lot of forums on this you can find via searching but I can say I would point you to realtymogul, realcrowd and groundfloor.
@Jaudat S. In which type of asset do you want to invest?
Debt or equity?
Accredited or non-accredited?
The answers to these will help us help you.
Yes, as @Percy N. mentioned it makes a big difference whether or not you are accredited or non-accredited, because the best answers for one are not the same for the other. Which one are you?
Thankfully there are a lot more non-accredited options today that even just a year ago. I would recommend starting with a core plus equity strategy fund (which is conservative) for the base of your real estate portfolio. Then you can take more risk with smaller portions.
Depending on how much money you have to invest, start diversifying into other strategies and asset classes to both increase your return and give you more diversification protection.
Blackstone has an excellent Core plus Fund, although it does require a little bit more net worth than typical. . There are also quite a few good value added strategy funds as well. P.m. if you want more detailed advice.
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