News From Jacky Fils
Thank you for your patience I know I have disappeared for the past month or so and I also know that I have told you that writing is not my strong suit. I have had many things happening in my life in the past couple of weeks and I figured I would explain to you what has happened in the form of an E newsletter. I have been producing the short videos or vlogs explaining to you different terminology in real estate investing, I know I have a lot more work to do and all of a sudden I just disappeared from your email.
The truth is I was supposed to take a short break for maybe one week and then go right back to delivering these videos to you. However as I’ve mentioned to one of the videos it’s very difficult when you are dealing with contractors to know exactly what’s going to happen. I was supposed to move into my new house in regular similar fashion and very easy steps but as always contractors never deliver on time. You have to make plans to counteract their lack of delivery. That being said I did not feel that I was in the right mind frame to produce videos that I’ve been sending you on a regular basis. I am hoping that soon I would be able to resume production and I would be able to send you video contents on different real estate terms and what it means to be a full-time investor in real estate for cash flow.
Moreover, there is also the fact that I had to deal with a little stress during this time as well. I was closing on two new properties as well, one is a five units building fully tenanted that I find for a good price from a mom-and-pop seller and the other is a three units apartment located in a very nice neighborhood that I bought at $.50 on the dollar. With all these things combined, it makes for a very interesting month of July. While this was happening, my W-2 job started to pick up full steam in terms of seeing more patients and having more to do after the worst part of the pandemic had gone through the nursing homes here in Massachusetts. Now I feel a bit lighter mentally but still in need of a break to recuperate. Regardless, I feel blessed and in a very good position because of these acquisitions. With these three properties I would be able to make very good cash flow on a monthly basis and getting closer and closer to my goal of replacing my monthly income with cash flow from real estate investing.
This is something when you talk about it, may look very complicated; but you just need to start somewhere. Although my ultimate goal is bigger apartment buildings, I have to start somewhere. My next property I am hoping and crossing my fingers should be a 20 or 30 units apartment so I can get where I want to be. And these are all the headaches that I am trying to prevent my investors from having by helping them investing worry free and stress free and still make over average return on their investment.
I just want to show you how easy it is to stop paying the government $.40 of every dollar you work for and make that $.40 works for you 24/7 with no vacation nor sick time. However, I cannot show you if you don’t reach out to me so we can talk and enjoy a drink (Coffee, Tea, wine, water).
Until next time !
Real Estate vs. Stocks
Investing in real estate or stocks is a personal choice that depends on your pocketbook, risk tolerance, goals, and investment style. It’s safe to assume that more people invest in the stock market, perhaps because it doesn’t take as much time or money to buy stocks. If you’re buying real estate, you’re going to have to save and put down a substantial amount of money.
When you buy stocks, you buy a tiny piece of that company. In general, you make money two ways: As the value of the company’s stock increases, the value of your investment goes up, too. And, depending on the company, you may receive regular dividends, which you can reinvest to grow your investment.
When you buy real estate, you acquire physical land or property. Most real estate investors make money by collecting rents (which can provide a steady income stream) and through appreciation, as the property’s value goes up. Also, since real estate can be leveraged, it’s possible to expand your holdings even if you can’t afford to pay cash outright.
For many prospective investors, real estate is appealing because it is a tangible asset that can be controlled, with the added benefit of diversification. Real estate investors who buy property own something concrete for which they can be accountable. Note that this article does not focus on real estate investment trusts (REITs), which are a way to invest in real estate through financial products that are bought and sold like stocks.
There are a number of considerations for investors when choosing between investing in stocks or buying real estate as an investment.
About Jacky Fils:
Who am I? I am a Real Estate Investor & Entrepreneur who happens to be a physician. I have chosen this path after understanding very well the in’s & out’s of above average return on investment (ROI), backed by a solid asset, Real Estate. I have been actively investing in real estate in the western Massachusetts area for a number of years. My mission is to provide quality housing for quality tenants, while at the same time providing an above average return on investment (R.O.I) for our investor partners. It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!
Jacky offers his investor partners hands-free investment opportunities. If you are interested to learn how to earn an above-average return on your investment, backed by a solid asset, and without a hassle of being a landlord, please contact Jacky.
For more information about Jacky and his investment program,
please call 857-800-1237 or visit https://jackyfils.com/