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One of the biggest factors that you need to consider and understand when looking at investment portfolio diversification is risk. Risk takes many forms, but in short, it is essentially the likelihood of unexpected losses for any type of investment.
Alternative investments frequently surface as options for investors looking for ways to change their volatility exposure and potentially generate additional returns beyond holding stocks, bonds, and cash. For the right investor, alternative investments can be a compelling choice for building a diversified portfolio.
When considering residential real estate investments, there are two distinct options: single-family and multifamily.