Cash Flow Rentals

Cash Flow Rentals Inland Empire

 Cash Flow Rentals.

Cash Flow Rentals.

In today’s Volital Market, of the stock market constant roller-coaster ride and the low unsecured returns on your CD’s or 401k’s, it is hard to know just ware to put your savings so that you might have a decent retirement to fall back on. I find it true of many hard working business men. They are working so hard at making a successful business that they really don’t have the time to invest their savings profitably. We provide a service that will find a discounted piece of property in the right location, refurbish it and turn it back over to you to put in your portfolio of Cash Flow Rentals to build you a decent retirement. This with a secure first on the title.

SINGLE FAMILY PURCHASE & HOLD

Cash Flow Rentals

Cash Flow Rentals

One of our two main investment methods Rental Cash Flow is to acquire and hold positive income properties. Renovate to today’s standards from your original investment. You can than purchase the property at an original agreed ARP. (After Repaired Price). Refinance it at a 15 yr. or more to get your original investment back. Put it in your portfolio and collect the monthly cash flow and then maybe do it again.

 

Way Ya Go LLC. will;

  •     Find and secure the property at a discounted price.

  •     Manage the Rehabilitation/Construction.

  •     Market Properties for Lease or turn over.

  •     And then sell it to you at the agreed ARP.

  •     Take care of all the documentation.

  •     If you need help with lining up a PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY, we can suggest someone for you.

Some people believe there is retirement gold in buying a piece of property, finding a renter and collecting income while the tenant pays off the mortgage.

If you’re willing to take the plunge, rental properties offer a rare opportunity to generate extra cash in post-work life. Indeed, a well-located unit in a middle-class neighborhood can produce an extra $200 to $1,000 per month after expenses.

“Real estate can be a wonderful asset to have in retirement, because when you have tenants, you have money coming in every month and, if you don’t have pensions, that’s important,” says Barbara Pietrowski. She is a Certified Financial Planner in Roanoke, Va., who according to author and landlord Andrew McLean, you may not need to produce a profit right away to make the purchase of Cash Flow Rentals worthwhile, especially if you are secure financially and have the right time horizon to retirement.

“Rents are always going to go up, the value of your property is almost always going to go up and most of your costs are going to stay the same, particularly if you assume a fixed mortgage rate,” says McLean, who has written the books “Investing in Real Estate” and “Making Money in Foreclosures.”

“Eventually, even if you’re only making a little in the beginning, you will watch your income climb over the years.”

McLean, who owns three rental properties, spent $18,000 two years ago converting a workshop behind his house into a rental house.

It generates $1,000 in income each month, which pays the note on his entire property.

“It’s an ideal way to supplement my income with Cash Flow Rentals,” he says.

Another big plus of income-producing properties is that the Internal Revenue Service lets you depreciate the building portion of your property (minus the land) over 27.5 years, which means much of your Cash Flow Rentals will be tax-deferred, Pietrowski says.

“You’ll have to recapture that depreciation when you sell, but if you never sell it and you own the property when you die, all that depreciation goes away,” she says. “Your heirs don’t have to pay it.”

Market, of the stock market constant rollercoster ride and the low unsecured returns on your CD’s or 401k’s, it is hard to know just ware to put your savings so that you might have a decent retirement to fall back on. I find it true of many hard working business men. They are working so hard at making a successful business that they really don’t have the time to invest their savings profitably. We provide a service that will find a discounted piece of property in the right location, refurbish it and turn it back over to you to put in your portfolio of Cash Flow Rentals to built you a decent retirement. This with a secure first on the title.

SINGLE FAMILY PURCHASE & HOLD

Cash Flow Rentals

Cash Flow Rentals

One of our two main investment methods Rental Cash Flow is to acquire and hold positive income properties. Renovate to today’s standards from your original investment. You can than purchase the property at a original agreed ARP. (After Repaired Price). Refinance it at a 15 yr. or more to get your original investment back. Put it in your portfolio and collect the monthly cash flow and then maybe do it again. Cash Flow Rentals will;

  •     Find and secure the property at a discounted price.

  •     Manage the Rehabilitation/Construction.

  •     Market Properties for Lease or turn over.

  •     And then sell it to you at the agreed ARP.

  •     Take care of all the documentation.

  •     If you need help with lining up a PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY, we can suggest someone for you.

Some people believe there is retirement gold in buying a piece of property, finding a renter and collecting income while the tenant pays off the mortgage with Cash Flow Rentals.

If you’re willing to take the plunge, rental properties offer a rare opportunity to generate extra cash in post-work life. Indeed, a well-located unit in a middle-class neighborhood can produce an extra $200 to $1,000 per month after expenses.

“Real estate can be a wonderful asset to have in retirement, because when you have tenants, you have money coming in every month and, if you don’t have pensions, that’s important,” says Barbara Pietrowski. She is a Certified Financial Planner in Roanoke, Va., who according to author and landlord Andrew McLean, you may not need to produce a profit right away to make the purchase of Cash Flow Rentals worthwhile, especially if you are secure financially and have the right time horizon to retirement.

“Rents are always going to go up, the value of your property is almost always going to go up and most of your costs are going to stay the same, particularly if you assume a fixed mortgage rate,” says McLean, who has written the books “Investing in Real Estate” and “Making Money in Foreclosures.”

“Eventually, even if you’re only making a little in the beginning, you will watch your income climb over the years.”

McLean, who owns three rental properties, spent $18,000 two years ago converting a workshop behind his house into a rental house.

It generates $1,000 in income each month, which pays the note on his entire property.

“It’s an ideal way to supplement my income with Cash Flow Rentals,” he says.

Another big plus of income-producing properties is that the Internal Revenue Service lets you depreciate the building portion of your property (minus the land) over 27.5 years, which means much of your Cash Flow Rentals will be tax-deferred, Pietrowski says.

“You’ll have to recapture that depreciation when you sell, but if you never sell it and you own the property when you die, all that depreciation goes away,” she says. “Your heirs don’t have to pay it.”

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