Why real estate?
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Written by John Lasak
Updated over a week ago

The strength of American real estate

Real estate has always been seen as a solid investment. And when we talk about American real estate, we're discussing one of the most resilient markets in the world. Here's why:

  1. Historical Resilience: Despite market fluctuations, American real estate has shown consistent growth over the long run. It’s an asset class that has weathered numerous storms.

  2. Diverse Market: From urban skyscrapers to suburban homes, American real estate offers a myriad of investment opportunities. This diversity ensures there’s always potential for growth and innovation.

  3. Intrinsic Value: Unlike some investments, real estate has inherent value. It's tangible; you can see it, touch it. It’s land and bricks – and it’s limited.

Why Worthy chooses real estate

Our approach is clear. By focusing on real estate, we offer an investment rooted in something with intrinsic and lasting value. It’s a combination of tradition (the age-old reliability of property) and innovation (modern property developments and strategies).

We believe that real estate is an appropriate investment for our Worthies. While you are not investing directly into real estate, you are buying bonds backed by a portfolio of real estate loans, this portfolio provides an opportunity for diverse investments.

Here’s why it makes sense:

  1. Stable Returns: Unlike the stock market, fixed interest bonds backed by real estate avoids public market volatility.

  2. Diversification: Adding real estate to your portfolio can help spread and manage risks.

  3. Physical Asset: Real estate is tangible. It's something that has an absolute value in volatile market conditions.

The Bottom Line

While all investments come with risks, real estate, especially within the robust American market, offers a compelling blend of stability and potential. Worthy's focus on real estate ensures that your bonds are backed by something concrete, grounded, and historically resilient.

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