“Life is like a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving” – Albert Einstein

Just Sold 

With the recent volatility in the stock market, I wanted to share one of my successful real estate investments. We owned this single family rental in Memphis, TN for about 14 months and recently sold it for for a 26% profit. The profits are being tax deferred due to the fact that self-directed IRA funds were used to purchase this investment.. We are now planning investing the profits in larger cash flowing and appreciating real estate assets. If you wan to learn more about how to use your retirement funds to purchase real estate, schedule a no obligation phone call or video conference

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What a Hawkish Fed Means for Commercial Real Estate Investors

This video explains what increasing interest rates mean for commercial real estate investors

High Return Investments

A recently published article, The 5 Best High Return Investments, discusses different investment vehicles with the most robust returns. Number one on this list is Real Estate Syndications which is a strategy where a group of investors pool resources to purchase property. This is arguably one of the best ways of achieving high returns. The author suggests that passive investors typically receive 7% to 10% per year cash on cash return and can double their money in 5 years through forced appreciation.There is also considerable tax advantages that can be taken advantage of through bonus depreciation.

To learn more about how syndications work, schedule a no-obligation phone call or video conference.

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Source: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/420014

How To Solve The Affordable Housing Crisis

I recently received my ADU Specialist Credential and am assisting homeowners, investors and developers understand site eligibility, local regulations, development process/costs and the return on investment.

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) are also known as secondary units, in-law units, granny flats, backyard cottages, etc. No matter what you call them, ADUs are an innovative, affordable, effective option for adding much needed housing in California. They are self contained residential units on the same property as a single-family home or a multi-family building. ADUs must have a kitchen (or efficiency kitchen), bathroom, place to sleep and a separate entrance from the main property. You can use an ADU to house family or friends, or lease to a rent-paying tenant.  New policies are making ADUs more affordable to build, in part by limiting development impact fees and relaxing zoning requirements. By design, ADUs are more affordable and can provide additional income to homeowners and often the rent generated from the ADU can pay for the entire project in a matter of years.

If you or someone you know might be interested in learning more how to help solve the current affordable housing crisis while also creating some additional and passive income, please contact me.