The Biblical Wealth Podcast

How Can I Invest in Multifamily If I'm Not Accredited?

May 04, 2022 Jared Williams Episode 74
The Biblical Wealth Podcast
How Can I Invest in Multifamily If I'm Not Accredited?
Show Notes

Today's Questions

1) For young people that don’t have a large portfolio, how do they find multifamily or other syndications that they would be allowed to invest in? The ones I keep finding, require that the investor be accredited.

2) Am I missing something? Where I live a nice 2 bed, 1 bath house rents for 850 to 950. OK so 20% down on a 85,000 house with 2b,1b would be 17,000. After buying 8 of these houses or 135,000 worth of 20% down payments , I'd receive 3,600 per year, per house or 28,800 per year in profit. This goal seems highly attainable to me, am I missing something.  I could live very comfortably off 22k to 28k. 

3) I’m 58 years old, no debt, SS and pension in four years. I want to quit my job this year and I need a bridge to 62. 

Don’t want to touch investments until 62. That’s why I have now 160k totally (budget of 40k each year for four years) in savings accounts. Losing value due to inflation, but no risk of a stock market crash.  

Is there something better that I can do with 160k, when I can’t take a risk during the four years when I use this money, between 2022-2026?





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