This video shows you why Singapore REITs is the perfect vehicle to grow your passive income.
So how do REITs actually make money? Understanding the structure will give you a solid foundation to making better investment decisions when looking at REITs
You'll also discover the 5 key factors to look at when investing in REITs - Knowing how to use them will help you pick the best REIts for high yields and capital gains.
As you can see, REITs is one of the best vehicles for investors to build a predictable, long term income that'll help fund their lifestyle. Having an investment vehicle that continues to pay you year after year gives you the freedom of choice and puts away any money worries you'll have for retirement. The earlier you start, the more you'll compound over the years.
In the upcoming videos, we'll wanna help you by showing you to go about picking the best ones to grow your income with.
I'll go ahead and give you a few hints on what we'll be covering:
1) Regardless of which REIT you're putting your money with, there are five basic rules to follow.
Picking the right ones will ultimately determine your long term success and growth
(I'll walk you through all the five steps and show you how to apply them immediately)
2) Which are the best type of REITs to invest in Singapore.
There are over 35 REITs listed in Singapore and chances are, you have already invested in some of them. But if you are just starting out or simply lost in where to put your money, focusing on these 3 REIT type is going to dramatically increase your chances of success. They are predictable and and gives great payouts.
3) Why passive income is not a myth and how anyone can retire comfortably in Singapore
That sounds like an exaggerated claim ...but it isn't. As you'll see in video two, getting a 10 - 15% yield every year is possible. We'll show you why with actual case studies and how you can put everything together.
As you're probably aware, these videos are part of a promotion for our Dividend Machines class.
Admission to the class starts next week, and it will likely fill up.
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