This week I will discuss the third leg of my legacy wealth portfolio – real estate debt investing. A real estate debt fund is a common resort for experienced real estate developers and investors. It gives them access to short-term capital for real estate projects. As a commercial real estate investor, I invest in commercialContinue reading “Building a Legacy Wealth Portfolio: Real Estate Debt Funds”
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Building a Legacy Wealth Portfolio: Vacation Rentals
You can have a portfolio that enables long term wealth creation with opportunities that you can leverage, make money on, and enjoy now by investing in vacation rentals.
Building a Legacy Wealth Portfolio: Index Funds
You do not have to try to pick the winners in the stock market to achieve steady long-term growth. A proven strategy is to invest in the market itself. ndex funds enable passive investing, broad diversification, low costs, and provide attractive returns. Historically, index funds outperform other types of funds that are actively managed by top investment firms.
Legacy Wealth Portfolio: Commercial Real Estate
While the stock market continues to show significant volatility, and less risky asset classes such as treasuries offer little to no return on investment, commercial real estate continues to provide an excellent risk/reward profile to investors. There are six unique reasons why investing in commercial real estate is an excellent choice for your legacy wealth portfolio.
It’s Bigger than Self: Financial Stewardship
Having a legacy wealth budget is not just about wealth accumulation, it’s about embracing our ultimate purpose of being a good steward with everything you have been blessed with. As a good steward of your resources, you understand that you are to make every effort to grow whatever you are given.
Beware of the Debt Trap
Debt is a serious threat to your financial security because it keeps you from making the most of your money. Whenever you take out a loan or charge something on a credit card, you’re simply borrowing from your future income.