Free E-Book Educates High Net Worth Individuals About Investing in Emerging Real Estate Markets

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In this e-book, investors will learn why emerging real estate markets represent an untapped investment resource and how they can use this knowledge to create a portfolio that delivers a consistently high rate of return.

Emerging Real Estate Markets

“The near collapse of the financial market, the decline of the real estate market, and the overall economic malaise mean it’s harder than ever to achieve a high return on investments," says Edwin Sanchez, President of New Rise Investments.

New Rise Investments, LLC, a real estate syndication company, has launched a new e-book, “Emerging Real Estate Markets: A Primer for Private Equity Investors” [http://www.newriseinvestments.com/pdf/Emerging-Markets-eBook.pdf that can be downloaded at the New Rise Investments Website. [http://www.newriseinvestments.com     

In this free-book, New Rise Investments gives high net-worth individuals a different alternative to the ups and downs of the stock market: investing in multi-unit apartment buildings in emerging real estate markets. High net-worth investors will learn why emerging real estate markets represent an untapped investment resource and how they can use this knowledge to create a portfolio that delivers a consistently high rate of return.

“Events in last few years have conspired to against serious investors,” says Edwin Sanchez, President of New Rise Investments. “The near collapse of the financial market, the decline of the real estate market, and the overall economic malaise mean it’s harder than ever to achieve a high return on investments. It’s readily apparent that no one’s money is ‘safe.’ We wrote this e-book to give investors options. My wife and I built our own financial security by investing in apartment buildings, and we want to help others achieve the same goal.”

The 10-page fully illustrated Investing in Emerging Real Estate Markets e-book explains what is an emerging real estate market and gives examples of two such markets in the U.S. In addition, investors will learn how to find these emerging markets plus why apartment buildings offer a relatively safer investing alternative to mutual funds and the stock market.

“Investing in apartment buildings benefits people in a number of ways,” says Sanchez. “First, you park your money in an asset that has cash flow. A well-chosen emerging market will have people migrating in for new jobs and these people need a place to live yet may not be able to buy a home. Apartments fill that need. Second, the asset appreciates over time, so not only do you benefit from the passive cash flow due to rents, but you also profit from the appreciation. And third, the real estate deal is governed by SEC rules and regulations; an investor’s money is relatively safer than being parked in a mutual fund that’s riding the Wall Street roller coaster.”

“Investing in Emerging Real Estate Markets: A Primer for Private Equity Real Estate Investors,” is a free download, meaning high net-worth individuals do not need to register for it. In addition to the e-book, New Rise Investments has developed an educational video, blog posts, a newsletter, and a Facebook Page [http://www.facebook.com/newriseinvestments in order to educate people about investing in apartment buildings. People can access the New Rise blog at the company’s Website: http://www.newriseinvestments.com/blog.

About New Rise Investments, LLC
In business since 2004, New Rise Investments is a leading real estate investment firm based in Lakeland, FL that’s committed to providing high net-worth investors with national real estate investment opportunities and profitable, superior risk adjusted returns while maintaining the highest standards of integrity. With its management team, New Rise Investments has more than twenty-five years of combined experience acquiring apartment complexes across the U.S. Regulated by law and the SEC, real estate syndication partnerships are open only to accredited investors. An accredited investor must either have an annual salary or $200K or $300K if married OR have a net worth of $1 million or more.

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