Build wealth passively
Through Multifamily Real Estate
You work hard for your money - Is it working hard for you?
WHY MULTIFAMILY real estate?
Commercial real estate is less volatile than both stocks and bonds. In fact, since the Great Depression, commercial real estate has experienced 3 to 4 times fewer down years than both stocks and bonds
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When compared to office, industrial, and retail, the multifamily asset class the highest returns when looking at holding period returns and risk-adjusted returns for 3, 5, 7, 10, and 15 year holding periods
When done right, multifamily real estate provides consistent cash flow. Our investors enjoy quarterly cash flow distributions.
Depreciation is a tax write-off. There are 3 types of depreciation available to real estate investors; standard, accelerated, and bonus.
Residents pay down debt over time, creating equity.
You can purchase real estate using leverage, allowing your capital to go further.
Generate Passive Income and Build Generational Wealth
Passive income is THE path to financial freedom. And investing in multifamily apartments is the best way to create passive income with minimal downside risk. We look for properties with an average cash on cash return of 6-8%, which we pay out to our investors every quarter. You work hard for your money, now its time to put that money to work for you so that you can realize the dream of financial freedom. Our goal is to double your money over a 5 to 6 year time frame. In many cases, the returns are much higher than that. Investing in multifamily apartments will enable you to create generational wealth for you and your family, allowing you the dream of time and financial freedom.
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