Life isn't certain. You can build what you think of as an ideal retirement package only to have the financial rug pulled out from beneath you by forces beyond your control. Inflation, market crashes, and the effects of spiraling global debt can all devastate your savings. During a financial crisis, it's the savers who suffer, not the investors.
In How To Invest Like The Rich Kids Parents Do , real estate authority Dan Illman reveals the dangers inherent in relying on one source of income in today's increasingly volatile markets. By investing in student rentals, you can build a secure retirement fund while providing a profitable legacy for your children.
Illman explains why student rentals are one of the most lucrative and secure real estate investments, how the rich invest in real estate, and why the rest of us rarely invest in property other than our own homes. You'll learn the four ways to make money with a student rental and the resources you need to break into this profitable real estate field, all supported by case studies and charted evidence.
Add student-rental investing to your retirement portfolio, and discover what the rich have always known: property equals wealth.
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About the Author
Dan Illman studied for years to become a full-time firefighter, only to have his dream destroyed by eyesight problems. Angry and frustrated, he worked as a truck driver in a dead-end job before deciding he had to regain control of his life.
After eighteen months of intense searching, and ten years of investing. He has decided on the rewards of investing in student rentals. Illman is a graduate of two universities and five colleges.
Illman has been married since 2011 and is the father of a three-year-old boy and a one-year-old girl. He lives with three cats (one of which you're welcome to adopt if you want it).
When not working on his real estate holdings or spending time with his family, Illman is a captain on his local part-time fire department.