Discover How To Build Hassle-Free Wealth
Are you frustrated with the volatility of the stock market and the risk of a market correction with stocks being in never-before-seen territory? Will the low returns from savings accounts and bonds have you working until you drop?
What if there were a proven way to create wealth faster while receiving multiple tax efficient passive income streams?
Waypoints Equity is a private equity firm that makes it easy for you to passively invest in lucrative commercial real estate syndications.
Finally, you can invest in tax-advantaged real estate without having to deal with the nuance or complication of purchasing and managing a property yourself.
Our simple step-by-step process allows you to accelerate your wealth creation so you can live a magnificent life on your own terms, whether that means traveling the world, spending more time with family and friends, or making an impact.
Tax Efficient Passive Income
The U.S. Tax code provides numerous ways for real estate investors to shield a portion of the positive cash flow investors receive.
Dependable Cash Flow
Multifamily real estate has the best risk-adjusted return of any real estate asset class, stocks, bonds, and REIT’s for the past 20 years.
We do all the hard work to find and acquire ideal properties, and then oversee asset management after purchase, while our investors sit back, relax, and receive tax-advantaged passive cash flow.
The Truth About Stocks
Most people think they should have their money in stocks to get the best returns. But consider these interesting facts you won’t hear from your broker or financial advisor:
We are in the longest bull market in history, with valuations seen at previous market tops.
A smart investing strategy at the end of a bull market, when the risk of sudden and significant drops are more likely, should be very different from the early years of a new bull market.
While stocks trail only real estate for highest annualized returns from 1993 to 2013, stocks have significantly more annualized risk. Only commodities have more risk of the major investment asset classes.
Making smart investing decisions requires balancing your risk tolerance, goals, market cycles, and investment timeline. What’s best for one investor may not be best for another investor.
We Are Becoming A Renter Nation
Facts support our belief that the United States is expected to experience signiﬁcant demand for rental units:
Millennials aren’t buying homes at expected rates, for many reasons, and retiring baby boomers are selling their houses and moving to urban apartments.
Stagnant job growth and stringent lending guidelines continue to make any decision other than renting diﬃcult for many Americans.
The prior recession signiﬁcantly reduced the supply of new housing. Going forward, new construction is expected to lag U.S. population growth over the long term.
These factors and many more point to continued demand for apartments and a continued decline in home ownership rates.
Are Single Family Rental Properties The Answer?
Many investors start investing in real estate purchasing single-family rental properties because it’s easy to get started and it’s relatively easy to buy and sell individual properties.
This is a great supplement to their current income, yet if they are looking to replace their current income or retire comfortably, when they do the math to calculate how many properties are needed, they realize there is a gap.
When they realize the amount of time it takes to buy and manage each property, and the amount of money needed for purchase, they realize this approach has significant barriers for achieving their goals.
A Smarter Investment Strategy
Multifamily real estate investing has proven to be one of the best asset classes for long-term wealth accumulation. It is coveted by the wealthy as a valuable addition to traditional stocks and bonds. And not only is it an excellent hedge against inflation and recession, but owning real estate provides significant tax advantages compared to stocks and bonds.
Economies of Scale
Multifamily properties have built-in economies of scale. You can add 10, 50, or 100+ units with a single transaction.
Owning a multifamily is more efficient because it takes less time and energy to buy and manage a 100 unit apartment building than it does to buy 100 single family homes.
Return On Investment
Apartments enjoy a higher return on investment (ROI) because they typically have a lower cost per door, management is typically more effective and profitable, and multifamily improvements increase the rental value of all units, not just one.
Commercial real estate has had very high annual returns with very low annualized risk (only government bonds are lower risk) over the long haul.
We can help you take full advantage of the compelling benefits of multifamily ownership by leveraging our knowledge and network to acquire properties with stable cash ﬂow and long term appreciation.
Come join us and enjoy the benefits of passive real estate investing. We’ll do ALL the work while you sit back and receive cash flow!