Fractional ownership has become a core strategy for companies looking to diversify their portfolios and increase their investment in hard assets/property. It refers to an investment in property/asset in which shareholders split ownership. The core benefit is the access to assets which a company would otherwise not be affordable.
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The benefits of fractional ownership for business
1. Simplifies investing, saving time and expediting the decision process
Traditionally, large investments can create a lot of paperwork, but those entering fractional ownership agreements often benefit from existing documentation. This makes it easier to review terms and come to a decision.
2. Cost-effective investment with high yields at low costs
Companies entering these agreements benefit from valuable assets with minimal investment. Often fractional ownership gives companies access to property/assets they could not otherwise afford.
3. Predictable earnings provide a consistent income
Usually, fractional ownership is available on buildings already occupied by tenants with extended lease agreements that cover rent escalations and guarantee a steady income and return on investment.
4. Diversification of portfolio across a variety of assets
Rather than investing in one asset/property, fractional ownership allows companies to grow and diversify their portfolios, keeping their options open and exploring the return on investment from different types of investments.
5. Lowers risk and instability in uncertain markets
It’s been said that fractional ownership is the most reliable investment regarding safety, stability, and returns. Due to the predictable nature of returns, it offers companies a low-risk investment option in fluctuating markets.
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