Perfect Formula for Building Wealth with Real Estate You’re about to discover the perfect formula for building wealth with real estate. It has been around for centuries and even children are exposed to it thanks to the classic board game Monopoly. It all starts with extra cash that can be used for investment. That money is used to purchase high return on investment (ROI) real estate. Then as more money comes in, more high ROI real estate is purchased until a snowball effect occurs and eventually significant wealth is achieved. In the following video, you’ll learn how extra cash is created, what qualifies as high ROI real estate and how to make this formula work for you particular situation. Here is the perfect formula for building wealth with real estate.

20 thoughts on “Perfect Formula for Building Wealth with Real Estate”

  1. 25% cash on cash seems like a very rare deal….

    Im not sure how you calculate it but I assume that is a gross ROI without allowing for vacancy…cap ex…etc

    After buying and doing any rehab….You would have to buy a house for half the ARV to come anywhere near that ROI

  2. Excelente videos!!! I've really learned a lot. Just a comment, it seems like camera loses focus and the video gets flurry some times during the video. Thank you for the material.

  3. how the heck are you getting 25% cash-on-cash ROI? I just purchased a rental property and my cash-on-cash ROI is a measly 4%.

  4. Phil I live in Canada and used 2 different accounts over the last few years and both of them recommend not using deprecation on my long term single family rental property. You mention it in all your videos is it different in Canada or I'm being mis informed

  5. Great video but higher returns tend to correlate with higher risk. Investors should be aware of this as it's not always the best thing to shoot for the highest ROI

  6. Excellent video Phil,

    How many properties do you usually try to purchase within a year? Also, do you recommend saving up to buy your first few properties with cash in order to keep your liabilities as low as possible when you start?


  7. This is awesome information. Love all the videos. Half way done with school. Hope I can turn my job into the original cash to start the snowball.

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