Investing In Real Estate

Written by Jessica Duquette
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Investing in real estate, especially commercial real estate may be able to provide you with a secondary income without monopolizing your time. Some savvy investors have found that, by investing in an office building, retail establishment or industrial warehouse they can bring in three times their salaries without spending 80 hours a week in an office.

Live the American Dream by Investing in Real Estate

Investing in real estate has become one of the most popular ways to obtain the American Dream. Right now you're likely battling thousands of dollars of credit card debt, multiple car payments, and student loans for you or your children among a whole host of other outstanding payments. Most of us would rather eliminate this debt and begin saving for our retirement.

By investing in real estate, clever people can make a fortune without fronting any of the capital investment needed to purchase the property. Extreme success in real estate doesn't have to be just a pipe dream. If you weren't born with this knowledge, you may want to seek out the advice of an expert.

Case in Point

For example, an office building with 25 rental properties in it earns $25,000 per month ($1,000 per office). The monthly mortgage payment is $10,000. By earning 25K on a monthly basis and paying out only 10K of that profit you are still coming away with $15,000 a month of passive cash flow. How quickly could you pay off your bills with an extra 15K every month?


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