Posted April 11, 2018 05:23:17 In a world where the majority of assets are in real estate, how do you determine what is worth owning? 

And how can you make a smart investment in your real estate portfolio? 

Well, the good news is that we now have a tool to help. 

This tool lets you pick assets and see how much of each one you could afford, or buy them for less than you would have paid for them on the market. 

It also gives you the option to see what you could make using those assets. 

So, what are the benefits of using a smart portfolio?

First, it lets you compare the price of assets and the risk of holding them. 

As long as you have enough equity, you should have a decent chance of making money on each asset. 

You can also make a lot more money by owning them, but that is a topic for another post. 

If you can’t afford to buy them, there is a good chance that you can sell them.

If the market price is right, the assets you have is worth more than the asset that you had to pay. 

Second, the tools are simple and easy to use. 

To use it, simply add your assets to the list. 

For example, if you have $50,000 in real assets, and you want to buy an asset for $50 and put it in a smart property portfolio, you would simply click on the asset and it would list all the properties you own, including their price. 

Third, the portfolios are easy to understand. 

The asset icons are labeled, and it tells you what the asset is worth. 

Here are some examples: The $5,000 home is worth $5.5 million. 

There are many good things about owning a house, and I love owning my own property. 

But I can’t buy the $5 million property because it is listed on the exchange. 

Instead, I could buy the house from a broker who has a good reputation. 

Now, if I buy the property, I would only pay a $1,000 commission to the broker. 

And if I am a buyer, I’d be only paying $2,000. 

What if I want to sell? 

You could sell the house, but only for the price that the broker is offering. 

Another way to make money is by buying an asset that is not currently listed on a broker. 

 If the broker has an asset with a high price, then the broker can charge you a premium. 

I have never used this, but it has worked for me, so I am going to let it go. 

In this example, I have a $3,000 house with a fair market value of $5 to $5 Million. 

With the smart asset portfolios, I will be able to sell it for $1.2 million to the best broker, and not be forced to pay any commission. 

Of course, if the asset has a lower price, it will cost more, but the advantage is worth it. 

Finally, smart asset managers do not charge commissions on their portfolio. 

Therefore, they do not have to charge any commissions. 

When buying or selling an asset, you get to decide what to pay the broker or the value of the asset to be sold. 

At the end of the day, the broker will make a profit if you buy it.

How to Create a Smart Asset Realty portfolio In this post, I am sharing a few ideas on how to create your own smart asset investment portfolio.

First, you will need to create an asset portfolio, which is essentially a list of assets that you have that you would like to own. 

Then, you can pick a portfolio type, and the tools will let you see which assets you could buy, sell, or hold. 

Some examples would be: Investment property: A portfolio of the properties that you own and value. 

A good investment portfolio will include properties that are not listed on an exchange. 

 Property in general: Property in particular, such as a townhouse or apartment. 

Property can include: Assets: An asset that represents a good investment in a particular property. 

 Asset types: Asset types that are a mix of real estate and other types of property. 

  Real estate: Real estate is a mix, including houses, apartments, condos, and townhomes. 

  You need to choose the right type of asset to make a good portfolio. 

 For example: If a property is listed for $4,000 and has a high value, you could sell it, or if the property is $3.5 Million, you might want to keep it. 

 You might also want to consider other types that you might own such as jewelry, artwork, art, and more.