Reason #2 : Stability

Real estate as a whole is considered to be a stable investment.


Well for one, it is not tied to the value of stocks, bonds or in the hands of wall street workers whom we have no direct relationship with, yet impact the value of our own investments and retirement portfolios.

Now, don't get me wrong...I too invest in the stock market and my husband also has a 401(k) but here's the difference.

Our real estate pays us every month. Cold hard cash, right into our own very pockets. But I also deal with that real estate actively and I understand that many people in their careers want to be hands off and this is why they turn to the stock market.

I'm here to share with you that there is another way...Passive investing in apartment syndications.

  • It's not enough to hold much of our money in the hands of others we don't know.

  • It's also not enough to only realize the gain on your stock once sold AND then pay a capital gains tax on those returns.

  • It's also ALSO not enough to wait until you're 59.5 years old to tap into your cold hard earned retirement account just to live a little.

C'mon, I don't know about you but I want to live my life NOW.

So let's live a little, explore some new opportunities and let real estate drive you to your financial freedom goals.

I'm here for you. Let's do this!!

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