LET YOUR MONEY WORK FOR YOU!

You need to hold on to the money you earn. And then, you need to Grow Your Money. In order to grow your money, you need to Invest Your Money.

When you become an Investor, you’ll be using your money to acquire things that offer the potential for profitable returns through Real Estate.

We set the Foundation, Platform & Tools required for your money to bring you More Money… 

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Know what type of Properties you can Invest in

Residential: Rental homes are a popular way for investors to supplement their income. An investor who purchases a residential property and rents it out to tenants can collect monthly rents. These can be single-family homes, condominiums, apartments, town homes, or other types of residential structures.

Commercial: Income-generating properties don’t always have to be residential. Some investors—especially corporations—purchase commercial properties that are used specifically for business purposes. Maintenance and improvements to these properties can be higher, but these costs can be offset by bigger returns. That’s because these leases for these properties often command higher rents. These buildings may be commercially-owned apartment buildings or retail store locations.

Mixed-Use: A mixed-use property can be used simultaneously for both commercial and residential purposes. For instance, a building may have a retail storefront on the main floor such as a convenience store, bar, or restaurant, while the upper portion of the structure houses residential units

6 Steps to Real Estate Investment

1. Buy and Fix Up a Home

Flipping a house like you’re on HGTV is as hands-on as you can get for an investment. You buy the property, you put funds into fixing it up, and sell it for a profit.

Ideally, anyway. Fixing a home requires funds beyond the initial investment, and more time than you might have. It’s a process, and one that requires a solid knowledge of real estate and home improvement. Even  profitable flips can seem like money losers for a long time. Patience is crucial if you’re going to commit to a fixer-upper.

2. Rent-to-Own a Home

Rent-to-own is a tactic where you sign a contract to rent a home for a predetermined period of time with the option to purchase the home once that time expires. Often, that option is a requirement, a promise that you will be buying the home.

A percentage of your monthly rent payments go toward the down payment on a mortgage when the purchase becomes official.

Rent-to-own agreements come with risks, but they’re good for people who cannot currently commit to buying a home. This gives people with other loans (credit card debt, hospital bills, etc.) time to pay those off without the added financial burden of a monthly mortgage. Comb through the rent-to-own contract carefully to make sure the details are in your favor, and it has the potential to help you ease your way into an investment.

3. Buy Rental Property

This can mean a few different things. In theory, if you have the money you could purchase an entire rental property and rent out any room or apartment to tenants. Keep your expenses low so you can keep rent affordable to entice prospective tenants.

You also could purchase property that you live in, while renting out other rooms in the property. Either way, you’re the landlord. Be a good one, and you’ll be in a much better position to succeed on this investment. Keep the property in great condition, be readily available to your tenants when needed, and if necessary hire someone who can help with repairs.

4. Purchase Vacation Property

Vacation property means renting out to tenants for shorter periods. Maintain a good house in the right area, and you may be able to make the same money off a few vacation tenants that you might make from a year-round tenant elsewhere.

Vacation rentals, because they are so often in a desirable area, can be expensive both to buy and maintain. Who wants to rent out a pigsty for their vacation? Weigh the pros and cons carefully. If you do it right – research carefully and consult with good Realtors – a beach rental can be lucrative come summer.

5. Purchase Commercial, Non-Residential Property

Commercial property – retail buildings or office buildings –  is an intriguing option for those who want to invest in real estate beyond just residential property. It’s costlier, and you may want to look for partners in this investment.

As owner or part-owner of the property you can rent it out to businesses in need of space. It is high-risk, high-reward real-estate investing. Income made from renting space to businesses is generally higher than that from residents, and often the contracts to lease commercial buildings are longer than residential ones.

6. Buy Your House… That’s It

Yes, if you bought a house and now live in it, congrats. You’re a real-estate investor!

Rather than buying a house specifically to flip it, buying and holding can sometimes be incidental to why you actually bought the house: to live there. But consistently paying your mortgage and doing general upkeep for the house to make improvements can up the value of your home should you one day look for a new place to live. Treat your house like a long-term investment, and it could pay off down the line.

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