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How to Invest with Holdfolio

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How to Invest with Holdfolio

People are always searching for the best way to invest their money. Double digit returns, tax benefits, and the opportunity to partner with full time real estate investors cause us to ask, what better way to invest than through real estate ventures with Holdfolio? If you’re someone interested in making a great return on real

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3 Things to Consider Before Owning Rental Properties

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3 Things to Consider Before Owning Rental Properties

Holdfolio is operated by seasoned, full time real estate investors. Therefore, no one on Holdfolio’s team would tell you that going in alone, whether as a property owner or a real estate investor, is a good idea in this industry. That is why the founders of Holdfolio worked for years under mentors learning the best

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Retirement Investing Made Simple: How to Invest in Real Estate using a Self-Directed IRA

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Retirement Investing Made Simple: How to Invest in Real Estate using a Self-Directed IRA

Here is one concept everyone learns quickly in retirement: taxes are high, money is short. For many thinking about retirement, they soon realize they’re going to need a bigger pool to swim in, i.e. more money, especially after the government takes its share of the 401k through taxes. Self-directed IRA’s are a blessing to individuals

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Our Site offers qualified investors the opportunity to invest in real estate. However, Holdfolio does not endorse any of these investment opportunities or make recommendations regarding the appropriateness of particular opportunity for any particular investor. We are not investment advisors. Investors must make their own investment decisions, either alone or with their personal advisors.

Real estate is notoriously speculative and unpredictable. For example, many very experienced, very informed people lost money when the real estate market declined in 2007-8. When the real estate market is healthy, as it was from 2003 through 2006, it appears that it will be healthy forever, but time after time history has shown that the real estate market goes down without warning, sometimes resulting in devastating losses. You should invest in real estate in general, and in the opportunities listed at the Site in particular, only if you can afford to lose your investment and are willing to live with the ups and downs of the real estate industry.

We may provide financial projections for some of the investment opportunities listed on the Site. All such financial projections are only estimates based on current conditions and current assumptions. The actual result of any investment is likely to be different than the original projection, often by a large amount. Neither Holdfolio nor anyone else guaranties the results reflected in financial projections.

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