Retire with Apartments

Here is a Simple Formula
to retire wealthy with apartments

What if we could boil all this investment talk down to a simple formula to easily calculate when you could retire and how much money with which to live or RETIRE on?

Well, millionaire David Lindahl has done exactly that. Here's Lindahl's rule of thumb:

On average each apartment UNIT should net you $100/month or $1,200/year.

EXAMPLE 1: So if you want to retire on, say, $50,000/year, then you need to own about 42 units on an annual basis ($50,000 / $1,200 = ~42).

It's as simple as that, really. 42 units is about 11 4-plexes or ONE medium-size apartment complex. Trust me, though, it's easier to buy a single 40-unit apartment building than it is to buy 11 4-plexes! And it's way easier and much more cost effective to manage one apartment complex than 11 separate 4-plexes.

EXAMPLE 2: If you want to retire on $100,000/year, then you need to own about 84 units on an annual basis ($100,000 / $1,200 = ~84).

EXAMPLE 3: So if you want to retire on, say, $150,000/year, then you need to own about 125 units on an annual basis ($150,000 / $1,200 = 125).

Call me to get your retirement investment plan underway.
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