Secondary Market

Secondary market investments involve buying and selling investments that have already been issued or previously owned by someone else.

In real estate, an example of a secondary market investment could be buying the shares of a private real estate offering from someone who already owns it, rather than investing in the original offering. This can be a way to invest in private real estate without the need of being involved from the beginning, and it can provide a chance to earn a profit from someone needing to liquidate a position in the private markets.