Can You Whip A Stockbroker?

Posted by: Brian Brady on November 29th, 2008

HomeGainers (and anyone else who wants to attend) have an incredible opportunity this month.  For the past two years, your pin-stripe suited cousins on Wall Street have been pooh-poohing real estate as a viable retirement planning investment.  Securities statements are coming out around the 5th or 6th of December and you have a chance to get some business.  Over 90% of the “white shoe” investment firms’ $1 million clients are seeking advice elsewhere.  Only 29% of the clients of the smaller, “boutique firms” will be leaving their advisers.

What’s your plan to get some of that money?

Do you know how to compare the S&P500 to responsibly leveraged residential real estate?  The S&P 500 is lower than it was a decade ago.  Today, it’s trading at 857 while it was over 900 in 1998.  At it’s peak in the last decade, the index broached 1600 (last year) , almost twice of its current value.  This means some 40-50 year olds have seen 30-40% of their retirement accounts drop in value…

…and they’re very scared.

If an investor wanted to double his money in the next ten years, leaving it in the S&P500 may just do it.  What would a single-family home, in a good area, need to appreciate, to achieve the same goal?

…about 3.3% per year.  In other words, can a home selling for $200,000 today, sell for $300,000 in ten years?  If you can confidently answer “yes” to that question, you can compete with the Wall Street titans for their former clients’ money…and I’ll show you how to do it..for free*

Don’t wait.  Register for the FREE “Ask the Experts Call” today.

* There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch.  If you like what you hear on the call, I’ll hope to earn the right to help your new clients with their financing.  It’s not mandatory but I might just help you snare a new client.



One Response on “Can You Whip A Stockbroker?”

Real Estate Taxi

There is that saying that if everyone is buying you should be cautioned, and if everyone is cautioned you should be buying. I would quote the person who said it, i just cant remember, maybe buffet?

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