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The Platform Journey

What a Week!

This past week was full of so many emotions! We commenced beta testing for our due diligence platform, and also purchased 2 assets in Indiana. The launch of the platform by...
The Platform Journey

I Couldn’t Believe It!!!

I Couldn’t Believe It! I did not know what to do! I have never built a platform But John and Mike have really stepped up and have gotten knee deep with me (Not their...

You Said What???

https://youtu.be/RG-aGnc0br0 You Said What??? NO! That is the answer I got from numerous developers I have spoken to about creating the platform Speaking to 15 plus developers = Not all conversations are equal They either said...

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Is Your 401(k) Jeopardizing Your Future? Invest In Real Estate To...

Imagine if for every $10,000 you invested in your 401(k) $4,000 was lost to fees. Beyond that, your returns depend on the day, month, year, political climate, rumors on Twitter and Facebook and so on. If she had $500,000 in her retirement account, that would be a loss of $200,000 in retirement savings because of factors largely beyond her control. After you factor in fees, you could be netting as little as 5-7%. If you placed that same $70,000 and put it into a self-directed IRA or Solo 401(k), where you have more control and can direct your funds to be invested into a turnkey rental property, you could leverage those funds to purchase up to $280,000 in real estate. Even if you used all cash to purchase real estate for a total of $70,000, your return after 10 years would be approximately $219,000, nearly double what you would have in your mutual fund account — much better. Even better yet, with a self-directed IRA, you already have the ability to invest in real estate. Again, a 401(k) or IRA can be a great tool when it’s efficient. With real estate, you’re the owner of a tangible asset. Although traditional investments like a 401(k) and IRA can be great additions to your portfolio when used and monitored wisely, real estate investing offers a tastier, bigger piece of the American apple pie we all love.