The 20% Rule
Investors who diversify with Real Estate outperform those WHO don’t.
Earn better returns by investing in commercial real estate. The 20% rule, made famous by the Yale Endowment, states that an investor should have a minimum of 20% of their portfolio invested in alternatives like commercial real estate. For the last 25+ years, the Yale Endowment fund has outperformed traditional endowments made up of only stocks and bonds.
How Does Real Estate Investing Work
What is Passive Income?
Passive Income is defined as earnings an individual derives from a rental property, limited partnership or other enterprise in which he or she is not materially involved.
- Let Uncle Sam work for you
- No tenants, no toilets, no trash
- No bank/loan
- Leverage real estate expertise of others
- Make money while you sleep