​​​Falling behind on your retirement goals can be devastating down the road. What are your options? Accelerating the growth of your retirement funds or postponing retirement, working longer than you had planned.

Unless you are a master day trader, you probably don't want to assume a greater uncertainty with your accounts, possibly losing more principal on high-risk, high-return investments.

That’s where our expertise comes in.  We analyze real estate markets as an investment for our business and our clients, looking at all data points in making real estate investment decisions. We combine highest yields, lowest risks and the security of real estate backing your money.

Our investment partners and clients enjoy principal real estate investments which have set their retirement planning back on track, and our savvy investments can become the foundation for future retirement wealth and goals as well. Our investments in real estate are secured by free and clear real estate assets or rental property with solid equity positions.

When it comes to real estate, we handle our investors' money in three ways:

The first is through residential fix-and-flip properties for short-term investors who desire a return on their investments within 4 months to a year;

The second is through residential rental properties for long-term investors who desire a monthly income from their investments.

The third is through purchase of shares in our investment pool in order for our investors to take advantage of the whole range of investment opportunities in our current portfolio.

And yes, our investors can use money from their IRA's to accumulate wealth through us that is tax deferred or in the case of a ROTH IRA, tax-free.

All IRA accounts are self-directed by their definition. One only needs to make sure they are currently using the services of the correct kind of IRA custodian who specializes in self-directed IRA's.

Contact us today for more detailed information. 


When you originally started your retirement planning and investing, you may have figured how much retirement income you will need, what kind of return on your investments you can expect and how many years you have left to work before you retire.

All these considerations were entered into a retirement formula that told you how much money you would need to save each month so your retirement income goals would be met.

These types of projections were based on average or normal rates of return, savings and inflation. They did not take into account the horrific decline most investment and retirement accounts were exposed to in recent years. Quite possibly even your contributions were adversely affected.