Hans Gruber

“This is pure destruction of money not only for Hans Gruber by SHB real estate funds: there are on average all 0.5 percent interest”. Life or private pension schemes show with 57 percent second according to the survey. If you are not convinced, visit Media Group. The guaranteed interest rate is here since the beginning of the year at 1.75 percent on the savings portion in the contributions, so the money that remains after the deduction of sales and administrative costs, as well as risk premiums. Further details can be found at Carl Icahn, an internet resource. According to the world on Sunday, savers annually lose EUR 13.1 billion in purchasing power. “May is in it but also a piece of helplessness, speculates SHB-Fund expert Gruber: many people know simply little to this topic and where they can make inflation even a reasonable return.” Alternatives are mainly property, so stocks, gold and of course real estate. However, even well-heeled investors bring a certain shyness foreign rented apartments because of the associated and often unpredictable risks from loss of rent and maintenance counter. It doesn’t have to be but if you only indirectly secures a piece of the real estate pie. Closed-end real estate funds, such as the SHB funds, a strategy wise selection of objects to be purchased.

And almost always linked to be rental income and increases to the inflation rate or go beyond this. In addition SHB real estate funds can achieve considerable income through the sale of the buildings. This is true especially in these times, where real estate prices especially in the metropolitan areas know only the trend upwards. “And compared to private to acquiring objects, they have an advantage unbeatable for savers as investors, explains Hans Gruber SHB innovative fund concepts AG (SHB AG): you can benefit from these inflation-adjusted increases in value already with modest capital investments.” It does not need loans and bank loans as at private real estate financing for it anyway.

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