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Active vs Passive Real Estate Investing

Are you interested in real estate investing but don’t know where to start? Read on about the differences between active vs passive real estate investing and how you can take action to learn more. Active Real Estate Investing: Get Your Hands Dirty When people think about investing in real estate, they might think of the
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Why Verivest Verification Matters

Who is Verivest? Why are we over the moon about this partnership? The short version, transparency. Verivest is an end-to-end real estate investment platform designed to bring transparency and trust to middle-market investing. Sponsors are verified through institutional-grade due diligence and portfolio monitoring, allowing investors to assess the right deals for their investment goals more confidently. And in some cases, like ours, Verivest
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Non-Recourse Loans

Did you know that certain lenders, like COGO Capital, allow you to acquire a loan to purchase real estate investment assets through your IRA instead of you personally? These types of loans are called “Non-Recourse” loans and are not very common. But they can be a powerful strategy for you on your path to building
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Circle of Wealth Fund III Q&A

We’ve received an astronomical amount of interest in our newest Fund, The Circle of Wealth Fund III LLC (the “Fund”), so we wanted to take a moment to answer some of the most common and most important questions about the Fund and investing passively. But before we get started, we want you to know that
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Evolution of Diversification

For as long as investing has been a concept, so too has the 60/40 rule. Foundationally the 60/40 rule means to have 60% of your investments into higher risk higher yield investments like stocks, and the remaining 40% of your investments into lower risk lower yield investments like government issued bonds. Over the years this
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The Power of Self-Directed Wealth

2021 is here and with the new year comes a refreshed batch of financial goals and ambitions. As you ponder your goals, here are some questions you should ask yourself: Are my goals in line with my current and future financial needs? Am I participating in tax advantaged 401k and IRA accounts? If so, am
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