Build Real Wealth and Reliable Income with Real Estate

Some of the wealthiest Americans have made their money with real estate. In fact, real estate investing is one of the best wealth building vehicles available today, aside from striking oil or winning the lottery.

Why is Real Estate Such a Good Investment?

  1. Leverage

    When you buy a property, you don't put up all the money. You'll likely put 20% down or less. So you can own a property worth $100,000 for $20,000. Compare that to the stock market, where you risk 100% of your money for an uncertain return.

  2. Tax Advantages

    When you own real estate, you qualify for a variety of tax deductions that will lower the taxes you pay to the IRS including:

    Interest You Pay on Your Mortgage

    Deductions for paying real estate taxes
    Deductions for expenses associated with owning, running and maintaining your property
    Deductions for depreciation
    Personal expenses associated with your real estate purchase

  3. Appreciation

    The value of real estate properties grows over time. A property worth $100,000 today could be worth $500,000 or more over an extended period of time.

  4. Equity

    Over time, as you pay down the mortgage, your equity in the property increases. The more properties you own, the more net worth you accumulate.

  5. Reliable, Ongoing Income

    Buying properties and leasing or renting them to tenants produces dependable, predictable income each and every month. Building a portfolio of income generating properties is an excellent way to generate thousands of dollars per month in predictable income that will allow you to leave your day job behind and give you the freedom to create the life you want to live...

So Given All These Advantages, Why Don't More People Invest in Real Estate?

The truth is that real estate transactions are complex. Everyone who has ever purchased a home knows that. Potential investors have lots of questions and they are not sure who to go to for the answers.

If you've thought about investing in real estate, these questions and many others have probably crossed your mind and stopped you from acting:

  • Where do I start?
  • Don't I need to have experience?
  • Do I have to manage the properties I buy?
  • How much money do I need?
  • How do I know where to find the best properties?
  • How do I get tenants for my property?
  • What if I lose tenants?
  • How will I pay the mortgage?
  • Do I need an attorney?
  • Do I need to hire a CPA?
  • How do I select the right property?
  • What can go wrong?
  • Will I qualify for a mortgage?

But what if you had help? What if you had someone to show you the ropes and answer all the questions you have? A trusted advisor that's already bought, sold and leased literally hundreds of properties over the last 30 years? What if you didn't have to do this all alone?

Leave Your Fear Behind and Work with a Trusted Partner

For over 30 years, Tom Troccoli has bought and sold hundreds of properties from commercial buildings, office buildings and retail locations to multi-family residences and apartment complexes. And he's helped clients just like you to build wealth and dependable income by investing in real estate.

He understands the advantages, the risks and the potential pitfalls of real estate investing and puts this knowledge to work for his clients everyday.

When You Work with Tom Troccoli He Will:

Tom works with a group of trusted partners that include accountants, attorneys, property management professionals, architects and builders who handle every aspect of real estate investing from finding the right property to financing, lease agreements, property management, new construction, contracts and much, much more.

So What Do You Need to Get Started?

If you're looking to buy a property on your own you will need:

  • A steady income of $25,000 - $50,000 or more per year
  • Good credit
  • $10,000 - $20,000 in cash
  • Assets worth $20,000 or more

If you meet the above requirements contact Tom Troccoli today to learn about your options, get answers to your questions and finally get started on your investment goals!

If you're interested in partnering with other real estate investors to buy a property together you will need:

  • $3,000 - $10,000 or more in cash
  • Good credit
Interested in partnering with Tom Troccoli to begin your real estate investment journey? Contact Tom today to get started!