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Real Estate InvestmentInvesting into Real Estate & Managing Real Estate Investment
With the beginning of the world financial crisis there took place a large decrease of investment activity in the real estate market.
Practically all large real estate investment projects, the construction of which had not yet been started, were stopped.
It's important to note the rallying of small and medium investors wishing to invest into real estate. It's mainly related to the high profitability of this business that is still there, also the rallying is explained by freeing up of funds that are not invested into securities.
The possibilities of investment into property are extremely varied: they include living accomodations, buying companies, construction and purchasing of commercial and residential real estate, commercial property, commercial space, land property, etc.
Each investment object has its own legal peculiarities:
• defining rights for the existing or created anew immovable property
• protection of investments
• legal rights to the land for all the sides
• legitimacy (authenticity) of the deals.
It is difficult to talk about the prospects of future possible changes. The instability of the economic situation in the world creates real risks for investors to lose the investments. In connection with this it's extremely important to plan and structure the deals correctly, to compare the liability to the credits and the debts, to create such legal basis for the deals that would allow to prevent possible losses and to transfer the issues that might arise on somebody else. All these require serious development in each specific case to structure the deal correctly and minimize investors' risks.