It is estimated that 95% of people who want to become investors never purchase property above and beyond their own home.

Why?  Fear!  You can break that down and say “I don’t have the money, the time, or the knowledge”, but ultimately it is fear that holds people back.

But what happens if they don’t jump in and give it a try? 

According to the IRS, 85% of the people reaching age 65 don't have even $200 in their bank or saving accounts! 

 US Census Bureau says that 97% of Americans never realize their dreams and desires in life, and are forced to retire on an annual income of $10,000 or less!

 The U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, at the age of retirement 54% of 65 year olds are financially dependant on someone, 36% have to keep working.

 So 95% of potential retirees are either dead or dead broke! Only a measly 1% are financially free.  

 74% of the wealthy retirees in this country hold their wealth in business ownership and real estate investing.
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