What are the risks associated with investing in BRXS?

As with all investments, there are risks when investing in real estate that you should take into account:

It is also good to keep the following principles in mind:

Diversify your portfolio so that you are less exposed to a single investment. This helps you limit and spread your risk.

Investments have a higher chance of a good return over a longer period of time, so we advise against investing money you might need in the short term and only investing money you can afford to lose. Long-term investing also helps to mitigate the impact of potential downturns in the housing market.

For additional information and a comprehensive overview of the main risks, please refer to the property-specific AFM information document.

In the worst case scenario, when an investment property can no longer be made profitable, the BRXS Group will sell the property. The proceeds of the sale will then first be used to pay off the mortgage and any associated sales costs. The remaining amounts will be distributed among the investors, which means that if the property is sold for a lower price than originally purchased, you could lose all or part of your investment.

Updated on:
January 8, 2024
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