Passive Apartments


If you’re interested in learning more about alternative investments like passive investing in apartment building syndications, you’re in the right place!

Most investors invest in the stock market because that’s what everybody else does and has always done. But how’s that really going?

If you’re currently invested in the stock market… you might be frustrated by some of the challenges that come with it.

Ask yourself these questions:

1. Are you frustrated by the volatility of the stock market?

The uncertainty of the stock market is a real concern. For many stock market investors, this makes reliable financial planning difficult because you don’t know when a crash may happen, especially if you need money for your kids’ college or your own retirement.

2. Are your investments generating cash flow?

Stocks don’t generate cash flow, so there’s no passive income and you can’t exit your job or partnership.

3. Do you have to pay capital gains taxes every time your broker sells something?

Likely the answer is yes.

With apartment building syndications, you don’t have these issues.

  • Apartments provide consistent, predictable returns, even during recessions.
  • They produce passive income and people use that to become financially free.
  • The government provides tax incentives to people who invest in real estate and you end up paying little taxes or none at all for your gains.

If you’re tired of being pulled around by the stock market, it might be time to explore passively investing in multifamily syndications.

Meet Michael Blank: a guy I’ve known for years and THE GUY to teach you more about how you can get started as a passive investor.

He is the host of the popular “Financial Freedom with Real Estate” podcast and controls over $250M in multifamily real estate.

Michael has created a special report that I highly recommend called, “What’s the Best Investment: The Stock Market or Real Estate?”

In this special report, you will learn:

  • How the stock market compares with real estate investing.
  • The pros and cons of investing in apartment building investing
  •  And, the answers to many frequently asked questions about investing in syndications.