It seems as though low interest rates will be with us for some time yet. So how can we obtain higher returns and minimize risk? Stock market? Speculation in other areas? Both of these options can produce tremendous returns, however the element of risk is substantial also. For those people who don't have a stomach for high risk or the ups and downs of the daily markets, let's consider a viable, comparatively low risk option: VALUE-ADD REAL ESTATE.
Let me explain in layman's terms: Value-add real estate is real estate that we can increase the value over a relatively short period of time by executing a viable business plan to extract that value as profit.
What kind of returns, you may ask?
Our track record shows 10%-17% annualized returns over the past several years, which we pay our investors. Don't take my word for it at all! These numbers can be checked through the public records. We have never lost money on any deal we have done. Are we lucky? No. We carefully pour over hundreds and hundreds of deals to find the diamond that makes economic sense and minimizes any possible downside. By this approach, it's almost improbable to lose once we get into a deal. As I mentioned before, we have never lost on any deal we have done. It's a winner before we start, not by some appreciation due to market action. We control the appreciation because we know what it is worth now and what it will be worth at the time we sell it within a small margin for error. Additionally, our investor's money never passes directly to us and is protected by multiple layer's of insurance. It is always handled through escrow through their chosen attorney!
If you are looking for a viable option to generate a healthy 10% - 17% annualized return, then why not take a moment now and send us a quick email? We can discuss your objectives and see if they coincide with ours. If they do, great! If they don't, no problem at all! Let's start a dialogue today....
You may contact us at: email@example.com or toll free at 1-888-799-7740 ext. 129 at your convenience for further information.
Until next time....