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redefining real estate services

What you don't know will cost you money!!!

Thanks for visiting our real estate page. This is where we're going to show you how you can put more money in your pocket every time you sell real estate and how you can save money every time you buy real estate. I hope you don't mind that we haven't included a lot of "hype" and "sizzle" here. I prefer to focus on the facts of what we can do for you to make your real estate transactions more profitable and leave all the "hype" "fluff" and "puffing" to others.

I believe this is a pretty simple proposition for you. The question I'd like to ask is this; "When you buy or sell your house and pay tens of thousands of dollars in real estate commissions, would it be better for you if all that money was gone forever, never to return to you, or would it be better for you if that money was invested on your behalf and returned a profit to you every month for years to come?" Like I said, pretty simple answer, right. Money gone forever or money paying you a profit, which is better?

Let me offer you a quick look at some numbers that illustrate my proposition. If you hired a typical real estate agent to sell a typical house in California with a value of $400,000, you would likely pay somewhere in the range of $24,000 in real estate brokerage commissions when the house was sold. That money is paid to the brokers and agents handling your real estate transaction and you never see it again. Its gone. Forever. The brokers and agents are happy, but let's be real here, that's $24,000 of your earned equity gone with the stroke of a pen.

In the real estate strategy we've developed, that same $24,000 is invested on your behalf in any one of a handful of potentially very profitable business ventures. When those investments return a profit, you receive a portion of the profits.

So, I ask again, is a profitable return to you better than money gone forever? Pretty easy answer, right?

Now, let me offer you little different perspective. Some of the investments we do would be considered "risky" by our friends on Wall Street. We don't think so because we know the players, have "skin in the game" and have a deeper understanding of the investment than some numbers cruncher across the country. But generally speaking, the higher the risk, the higher the rewards, right? Of course, if you can afford to lose! On the other hand, if you have a reasonable amount risk aversion, as most people rightfully do, you might never be in position to capitalize on some of the "home runs" these investments can produce.

But, if I'm investing money on your behalf that you were already going to spend (lose) anyway, wouldn't it be kind of fun to be a part of one of the "home runs" this time?

If it intrigues you to learn a bit more about how we do things, please give me a call at (916) 410-4000. That's my direct cell number. If you would rather connect via email, that's fine with me, as well. I'm at

While you're here, you might be interested in looking at the "Ventures" page to see some of the projects we have access to.

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