When talking with Christians, I get similar questions about passive investing and how it relates to their faith. I appreciate the heartfelt questions, and to help answer them, I wrote a free eBook. Here are the five questions:
When is enough money, enough?
How do I avoid loving money?
Does real estate investing conflict with biblical warnings on debt?
Does relying on passive investments go against biblical principles on hard work?
Is it morally wrong to profit from the housing needs of others?
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Tenants pay monthly rent, which covers expenses and generates a profit for investors. Plus, multifamilies appreciate and usually sell for a significant profit.
Real estate is less volatile and historically outperformed the S&P 500 by routinely generating average annual returns of at least 10% after fees, inflation, and taxes.
We give people a great, safe place to call home. This doesn’t hit the spreadsheet, but every property is managed and maintained with the residents as a top priority.
Your income is taxed much lower because of depreciation and because it’s taxed at a lower capital gains rate.
More units mean less vacancy sensitivity. Plus, costs are distributed across a larger number of units, which also allows us to hire a professional property manager.
Unlike stocks, lenders like to finance multifamilies and the loans are tied to the property, not the person. This accelerates wealth building.