Why are they attractive? “Tax efficiency, liquidity, compund interest. If you don’t have $140,000 to buy that condo and start renting it out, you can find an REIT ETF satarting probably at $50,” says Ty Young.
“You see these advisors in their nicely pressed suits saying, ‘I only take clients with $500,000.’ All that is doing is limiting their business,” says Ty J. Young, an Atlanta advisor with his own wealth-management firm.