"Older boomers simply do not have the time to sit and wait for the market to rebound and need to consider less volatile, more secure investments that have higher rates of return," says Edwin Sanchez, President of New Rise Investments.
Lakeland, FL (PRWEB) September 20, 2010
New Rise Investments, LLC, a real estate syndication company, has launched a new e-book, Multifamily Real Estate: The World’s Best Investment http://www.newriseinvestments.com/pdf/The%20World%27s%20Best%20Investment.pdf that can be downloaded at the New Rise Investments Website http://www.newriseinvestments.com.
In this free-book, New Rise Investments compares multifamily real estate and traditional investments and describes in detail how multifamily real estate offers numerous benefits including net cash flow, profit through appreciation, tax advantages and a hedge against inflation.
“We wrote this e-book because older baby boomers, those aged 42 – 65, now wonder if they’ll ever be able to retire due to losing money in the stock market,” reports Edwin Sanchez, President of New Rise Investments. “In 2001 and again in 2008 - 2009, we’ve experience two severe bear markets – which have devastated people’s retirement accounts. In the last two years alone, $7.9 trillion dollars has been lost in the stock market. Older boomers simply do not have the time to sit and wait for the market to rebound and need to consider less volatile, more secure investments that have higher rates of return. Investing in apartment buildings is one such ‘alternative investment.’ Since 2004, New Rise Investments has invested in apartment buildings across the U.S. and has provided a high rate of return to their investors.”
The 16-page fully illustrated Multifamily Real Estate: The World’s Best Investment e-book compares traditional financial investments with multifamily real estate. The value of mutual funds, for example, is dependent on market conditions and thus fluctuates. In addition, investors have no guarantee of return. Bonds, on the other hand, are relatively safer, but they offer relatively low rates of return.
Investing in apartment buildings, however, offers considerable advantages. Unlike the stock market, one’s investment risk is minimized due to equity and appreciation, profits (cash flow) and property insurance. Because the asset is tangible (versus paper), investors have more exit strategies, including refinancing and selling the property. And, the asset’s value is determined by the income the property generates, not market conditions.
“For the 2008 – 2009 period, the stock market had a negative 47% return,” says Sanchez. “If you had $100,000 invested in the stock market, you would have lost almost half of it. On the other hand, if you had taken that same $100,000 and invested it in multifamily real estate, you would have seen a positive return of 25%. And that is real money for a real asset – not a paper asset. Real Estate investors enjoy tax advantages such as depreciation and other write-offs. As you can see, investing in multifamily real estate is a hugely under-utilized financial investment alternative that’s relatively secure and offers a better return on investment.”
“Multifamily Real Estate: The World’s Best Investment,” is a free download, meaning people do not need to register for it. In addition to the e-book, New Rise Investments has developed blog posts, a newsletter, a Facebook page and Live Weekly Webinars http://www.newriseinvestments.com/webinars.html in order to educate boomers, investors, high net-worth people and those who advise them 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 and those who advise them 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 in acquiring apartment complexes across the U.S. - regulated by law and the SEC.