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The Christian Real Estate Investor eBook

Are you a Christian thinking about passively investing in real estate?

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:

  1. 1

    When is enough money, enough?

  2. 2

    How do I avoid loving money?

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    Does real estate investing conflict with biblical warnings on debt?

  4. 4

    Does relying on passive investments go against biblical principles on hard work?

  5. 5

    Is it morally wrong to profit from the housing needs of others?

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Passive Income

Tenants pay monthly rent, which covers expenses and generates a profit for investors. Plus, multifamilies appreciate and usually sell for a significant profit.

Consistent Above-Average Returns

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.

Revitalize Local Communities

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.

Extraordinary Tax Benefits

Your income is taxed much lower because of depreciation and because it’s taxed at a lower capital gains rate.

Below-Average Risk

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.