Take the Long View...
Your Future Self Will Thank You!

One of my mentors likes to remind me that time moves really slow when you’re looking forward, but it moves really fast whenever you look back. Our approach is conservative but there’s plenty that we can accomplish by acting today. If you’ve read and understood what we teach to our first-time homebuyers and current homeowners, you’ll see that our approach to invest in real estate flows logically from those basic concepts.

We want to show people how to invest in real estate to build long term wealth. Let’s face it, economic hardships are inevitable. However, in both good and bad economies people will need a place to live. Our goal is to take the fear out of the equation for our clients. We buy and hold for the 20-year picture. We want to show people how to invest in real estate and use this tool to give them the freedom and ease of not having to worry about their future.

Who Benefits When They Invest in Real Estate?

  • A first-time home buyer wanting to find the perfect home needs to understand these concepts early on. Remember, we’re playing the long game so it’s to your advantage to get started early on your plan.
  • New investors, realtors and lenders starting their own portfolio of rental properties.
  • Current Homeowners looking for a proven strategy to prepare for retirement, fund college accounts, or creating a new stream of income.
Investors

Real Estate Investments Pay Off in Several Different Ways

Real estate appreciates. Too many people underestimate the power of appreciation and don’t treat it with proper respect. In addition to appreciation, real estate can cash flow or provide income. Tenants pay down your mortgage debt for you. This debt reduction is an often-overlooked benefit.

There are also some very good tax advantages available to property owners who invest in real estate. We think it makes a lot of financial sense to acquire appreciating assets that other people pay off.


Build Your Real Estate Portfolio Using Your Current Home Equity

If you own your home, there are a lot of ways to use your equity to your advantage. Don’t use it to lower your payment; use it to build wealth. Understand how to leverage simple interest. Learn about the advantages of products like the offset mortgage.


Short on Cash? Understand How to Leverage “House Hacking”

Being a renter is like playing housing checkers. Renters typically think short-term. Becoming an owner is more like playing chess as you are creating a long-term plan that builds real financial security and independence.

Homeownership doesn’t have to tie you down. If you think about it, house hacking provides the financial freedom to set your own priorities, whether it’s to change jobs, launch a business, or start a family.

Purchasing Multi-Family Properties - 2-4 unit condos - allows you to live on one side while earning an income on the other units. 

Finished Basements with bathrooms and kitchenettes are great options to help offset the cost of acquisition. 

Accessory Dwelling Units can become a source of income

Multi-Bedroom Houses are a great way to start. While there are pros and cons to having roommates; this house hack has loads of upside. 

Homes with Convertible Areas can be turned into extra bedrooms for rent.

Who Benefits When They Invest in Real Estate?

  • A first-time home buyer wanting to find the perfect home needs to understand these concepts early on. Remember, we’re playing the long game so it’s to your advantage to get started early on your plan.
  • New investors, realtors and lenders starting their own portfolio of rental properties.
  • Current Homeowners looking for a proven strategy to prepare for retirement, fund college accounts, or creating a new stream of income.
Investors

Real Estate Investments Pay Off in Several Different Ways

Real estate appreciates. Too many people underestimate the power of appreciation and don’t treat it with proper respect. In addition to appreciation, real estate can cash flow or provide income. Tenants pay down your mortgage debt for you. This debt reduction is an often-overlooked benefit.

There are also some very good tax advantages available to property owners who invest in real estate. We think it makes a lot of financial sense to acquire appreciating assets that other people pay off.


Build Your Real Estate Portfolio Using Your Current Home Equity

If you own your home, there are a lot of ways to use your equity to your advantage. Don’t use it to lower your payment; use it to build wealth. Understand how to leverage simple interest. Learn about the advantages of products like the offset mortgage.


Short on Cash? Understand How to Leverage “House Hacking”

Being a renter is like playing housing checkers. Renters typically think short-term. Becoming an owner is more like playing chess as you are creating a long-term plan that builds real financial security and independence.

Homeownership doesn’t have to tie you down. If you think about it, house hacking provides the financial freedom to set your own priorities, whether it’s to change jobs, launch a business, or start a family.

Purchasing Multi-Family Properties - 2-4 unit condos - allows you to live on one side while earning an income on the other units. 

Finished Basements with bathrooms and kitchenettes are great options to help offset the cost of acquisition. 

Accessory Dwelling Units can become a source of income

Multi-Bedroom Houses are a great way to start. While there are pros and cons to having roommates; this house hack has loads of upside. 

Homes with Convertible Areas can be turned into extra bedrooms for rent.

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