"Discover how you may be able to create a Passive Income Stream?
Instead of receiving dividends through managed funds, have you considered buying high quality commercial property to create a passive income stream?
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LIVE MELBOURNE SEMINAR!
Tuesday 9th of April 2019 at 6:30pm
Blackburn Hotel, 111 Whitehorse Rd, Blackburn, VIC, 3150
We'll show you Real Examples of Melbourne customers who are already achieving $500 per week passive income stream for their Australian retirement
Dividends vs Commercial Property
These are just a few examples of how Commercial Property may be another alternative to Dividends for your passive income. Keep scrolling to find out how you can get started on buying a commercial property.
|Paid Quarterly||Paid Monthly|
|Non Physical Assets||Physical Assets|
|Wide Spread of shares||Only Select Properties|
|Concerns over 2019 Stock Crash||Stable Commercial Property Prices|
|No Control over company that you've invested in||More Control, Flexibility to renovate|
|Banks will lend little amounts of shares||Banks will lend lots of money for commercial loans|
|Global Market||Local Market (more isoalated from Global trends)|
Dividends $90,000 vs Commercial Property $150,000
Here's an example of how you may be able to conservatively INCREASE YOUR YIELD.
Mr Jones had approx. $1.5m of his money invested in Managed Funds for his retirement and was receiving approx 6% return.
He was receiving approx $90,000 pa. Mr Jones was happy until his shares starting losing $80,000 in value in the space of a few weeks. At that point, he realised he had no control over his own hard earned money in the fund.
The solution? He ended up financing and buying a commercial property with govt backed tenants. Now he has control over his funds and the best bit he is making approx. $3000 per week or $150,000 per year.
If you'd like to know more details as to how this may be done you are welcome to come along to one our seminars in Sydney or Melbourne, where you can learn how it may be possible to generate a passive income.
So what could the numbers possibly look like?
Approximately 10% yield
+ Possible capital gain
(should the commercial property appreciate)
+ You control your own hard earned money.
*The above is an example only and uses an average managed fund yield of 6%. Some managed funds may return less and some may return more. It is an example only Past performance is not an indication of future performance. The above is information only and is no way advice. You must consult a licensed professional adviser before you take any investment decision.The adviser will take into account your personal position before any decision is made.