Why Invest In YG-REITs?

There are two major ways to build wealth outside inheritance: Start a business or invest in the stock market. Yes, starting a business for a team of young startups is living one's dream - the only problem is that the chance of succeeding is less than 10%. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), data. In 2019, the failure rate of startups was around 90%. About 21.5% of startups fail in the first year, 30% in the second year, 50% in the fifth year, and 70% in their 10th year.

Contrastingly´majority of billionaires made their money from the stock market. The investment guru Warren Buffett once said that If you don't find a way to make money while you sleep you will work until you die. Historic data shows that real estate stocks like YG-REITs are a better investment for the long haul than the stock market (S&P 500). In the last 20 years REITs (13.3%) have outperformed S&P 500 (7.7%).


The World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) demands that every building on the planet must be ‘net zero carbon by 2050 to keep global warming below 2°C - YellowGrids Earthen Properties Real Estate Investment Trusts is starting in 2022 to design, develop and manage net-zero carbon properties of Rammed Earth, Compressed Earth Bricks, and Cross Laminated Timber (CLT).

Homes in a Heating Planet.

Our earthen properties of rammed earth compressed earth blocks, and Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) are net-zero homes, shopping malls, and working places designed for a heating planet. Yellow Grids green real estate investment trusts (REITs) is a global leader in affordable homes of the future built with a lot less energy and designed to withstand harsher, more extreme weather events thanks to global warming.


If the cement industry is a country, it would be the third-largest CO2 emission emitter in the world - it generates around 2.8bn tonnes of CO2, equivalent to 8% of the global total each year. A greater share than any country other than China or the US. The Earth's warming affects countries very unequally

Even though Africa has contributed very little to greenhouse gas emissions she bears the brunt of the adverse consequences of rising temperatures. While concrete has changed where and how billions of people live, work and move around, it also incurs serious costs to people and the planet - including boosting the potency of heatwaves.