San Jose, CA (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
Investors who are nearing the age of 62 or those who have surpassed this age can often search for ways to secure income growth as a nest egg. The http://www.jwbrealestatecapital.com is introducing its fixed income investors program to help guide older adults into the real estate market without high risks.
The package now available helps a person to use cash located in qualified IRA accounts to use to finance a turnkey property purchase. All houses that are up for sale through the JWB company are entirely turnkey and are positioned for maximizing long-term wealth building for retirees.
"A person who is on a fixed monthly income can have few options to spread out available funds in retirement accounts and we provide account managers that take the work out of diversification," said a rep from the JWBRealEstateCapital.com website.
While the IRA program in place is marketed to older adults, younger men and women who have a self-directed IRA or other type of account can also access the investment packages. Free consultations are now part of the services that JWB offers to investors ready to explore the turnkey homes for sale.
"Our turnkey process involves providing a house for sale at under market value that has a tenant in place paying upwards of $1000 a month rent over an extended term," the rep added.
The JWB Real Estate Capital company website has remained a viable investing resource for all investors to access over the Internet since 2010. A new Cash Flow Digest available at http://www.jwbrealestatecapital.com/cash-flow-digest-july-2014-available-now-2 is introducing the latest company news.
The JWBRealEstateCapital.com company sells easy investment packages to investors across the country who are entering the real estate industry. The company programs for training and development that are available provide educational opportunities daily online. The JWBRealEstateCapital.com website is part of the promotional tools that are in use for this year to market all turnkey homes for sale that are in growing Florida neighborhoods.