Where else can you get these benefits?

*Below-Average Risk: When the housing bubble popped in 2008, the delinquency rates on Freddie Mac single-family loans soared, hitting 4% in 2010. By contrast, delinquency on multifamily loans peaked at 0.4%. So, if you’re looking for a recession-proof way to invest your money, there is no better option than apartment building investing.
*Above Average Returns: As I describe in the Special Report, the average stock market return over the last 15 years was 7.04% but after fees, inflation, and taxes that return becomes a paltry 2.5%. On the other hand, multifamily syndications routinely return average annual returns of 10% and above. That’s compounded (i.e. without volatility) and after fees, inflation, and yes, even taxes.
*Passive Income: Unlike stocks and bonds, multifamily syndications generate cashflow for its investors from the income generated by the property.
*Extraordinary Tax Benefits: Because of the magic of “bonus depreciation”, your investment income is taxed at a much lower rate than any other investment (in fact, you may actually show a taxable loss that can be used to offset other passive income!).
*Inflation Hedge: As inflation increases, so does the value of the property – the perfect hedge against inflation.

Bottom-line investing in multifamily syndication is the BEST Passive Investments on the planet.