Investing in real estate the Real Way
The Real Way
The real estate business is full of charlatans, get rich quick schemes and flat out con artists. People have been getting rich for decades selling basic real estate information using “get rich quick” twists. They are making fortunes selling books, CDs, seminars, classes, boot camps, workshops and webinars. Many “experts” or “gurus” attract small and hopeful investors with the lure of easy money. It is common sense that glitters are not gold.
The Real Way is a tried and true method of the steady accumulation of wealth over a period of time using real estate as a vehicle. It is not easy, it is not fast but it is Real. Everyone can acquire $1,000,000 in real estate and pay it off over a period of time. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a $1,000,000 free and clear in assets, in 15 years from now? That is assuming that real estate does not appreciate. Your net worth will steadily and safely increase over time. Your future depends on decisions you make today.
NEVER pay for information. It’s FREE! Take that money you were going to spend on a real estate course and buy your family a vacation. Do not give your hard earned money to someone who promised to make you an investor or to teach you this business in a weekend. Those who sell information on how to “get rich quick” are the only ones who get rich quick while those who buy courses end up with nothing.
How to get started with the Real Way? Buy an investment property! There is no better way to learn something than doing it. People spend tens of thousands of dollars on real estate courses and countless hours of listening people talk. Buying a property using fundamentals will teach a small investor 60-75% of what is needed to know about real estate in their first transaction. And they will have an asset. Now that is Real. We are all attracted to the wealth, prosperity and freedom that real estate brings us but it requires time and effort.
– Jimmy V. Broker. Real Pro, Inc.
Increase of property value over time due to a diminished supply and an increased demand.
The pay down of a mortgage and improvements over time increase equity and build owner’s wealth.
Consistent monthly income is generated by the collection of rents from tenants residing in a property.