Stock Market vs. Real Estate? The problem is it’s kind of like apples vs. oranges- there are too many differences in most situations… except when you come across a TRUE turn-key, trustworthy investment company.
I don’t work for these guys, I just refer them business because I think the product/ service they offer is unmatched with anything I’ve come across in the last several years and I want 1) people to be aware of it; 2) them to be successful; and 3) hopefully get a referral fee (like you would if you refer).
It seems like most opportunities investors are presented with have already had all the juice squeezed out, instead of leaving some for the buyer. I tried an investment broker and ended up with two negative cash flow properties. Then I did-it-myself by financing, buying, renovating, filling, and managing property – but realized that can be a full-time job until I reach a self-sustaining capacity.
Claim up to $26,000 per W2 Employee
- Billions of dollars in funding available
- Funds are available to U.S. Businesses NOW
- This is not a loan. These tax credits do not need to be repaid
It was pretty obvious why so many people chose the stock market… it was a much simpler process (even though most of the juice is squeezed out of that as well). They could point and click, or make one call and their money was "invested."
After I finished by last do-it-yourself investment, I found this company and realized they can do it better than I ever could, will take care of every detail, and still make the investment good (I’m talking over 30% cash-on-cash pro forma).
It’s hard to believe a company is out there leaving so much money on the table… but I guess that’s one way to create a sustainable model: shear the sheep instead of gutting it.
Check them out for yourself and contact me if you want some 3rd party intel (market info, neighborhood pics/ vids, local competition). If you find this opportunity as good as I do, please remember to mention how you found them.