HOW TO INVEST?

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How to invest in FIBRAs?

 

Some recommendations to invest in FIBRAs

 

Real Estate Investment Trusts (FIBRAs) have become one of the most convenient alternatives for investors in Mexico because they are more profitable and have good returns, they also offer a stable alternative to external volatility situations as they have leases of medium and long term that allow paying dividends frequently to their investors.

 

It is a priority to know how they work and how to invest in these instruments.

 

When an investor decides to invest in FIBRAs, the most advisable is:

 

Find the type of properties that are of your knowledge and / or your taste.

 

They can be one or more types of FIBRAs of which there is updated information and you are aware of real estate news.

 

Approach a stock broker or brokerage firm.

 

It is recommended to select one that is according to your needs and / or investment profile. Depending on the choice you can obtain benefits such as a specialized service, competitive commissions, financial reports and / or facility to manage your own account.

 

Make request

 

Either in person, by phone or online, you can fill out a document that will formalize the request to open a new investment contract.

 

Sign contract

 

Review the amounts that you want to have invested in real estate and in what FIBRAs to invest.

 

It must be done through a stock exchange intermediary because all FIBRAs are public instruments that are listed on the stock exchange. His actions are known as CBFIs.

 

Acquire investment securities

 

To invest in FIBRAs it is not necessary to buy in large quantities, you can purchase from a title.

 

Follow up on the investment

 

One of the advantages of investing in the stock market is that it can be bought and sold when it is convenient. All trusts are required to publish their results quarterly.

 

It is safe

When you invest your money in FIBRAs you have the certainty that it is guarded by the Institution for the Deposit of Securities (INDEVAL), which is responsible for keeping track of all transactions that have occurred.