Don’t cheat yourself out of ROI in SF, San Jose or LA. VIP Investors Event

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Don’t cheat yourself out of ROI in SF, San Jose or LA. VIP Investors Event

San Francisco, San Jose, and Los Angeles are notoriously expensive investment markets, which have experienced rising prices of property for the past decade, year over year. People have been making financial concessions for decades. The difference now, with rising mortgage interest rates inching upward, is that a highly competitive market became even more unaffordable.

For first-time buyers with a lack of experience and knowledge of the basics render those conditions are infinitely more dangerous.

The average cost to buy in SF According to Zillow the typical home value in San Francisco is about 1.6 million So why are people considering buying a home in SF? Millions cheat themselves from massive ROI by miscalculating the risk and hoping they will make money as landlords.

Coming up soon, this quarter, Adiel Gorel, owner of International Capital Group will hold a free virtual event, with guest experts any investor would want to consult with before buying. 

Perhaps most exciting about this upcoming event Adiel Gorel will reveal the best places to invest in 2022, homes available now, with the price pre-negotiated and the market analyzed. This “everything you need to know” event for investors is a huge hit. It has afforded 1000s with Remote Control Retirement Riches. Don’t miss out, click to register and set up the winning retirement plan today. 

“One of the reasons people buy in SF despite rising real estate prices, despite rental property price hikes, and shrinking profit margins is of all things this common miscalculation of the true numbers before investing in any property.” -Adiel Gorel, owner of International Capital Group 

Millions of us have ill-informed notions about how to calculate return on investment for rental property. And millions of us are miscalculating exactly what is a good return on investment for rental property. Many of us have misguided, even dangerous notions of what a good return on investment for rental property truly can be. Here’s the biggest misstep: 

Determining what is a good return on investment for rental property and the right rental price for the market is paramount to your success. Your road to success has been tried and tested by Adiel Gorel’s Remote Control Retirement Riches process and will be defined in detail at ICG’s upcoming event. Specifically, exactly how you can invest in the rental property markets across the country that have brand new homes, in good areas, typically in the sunbelt states, near major metropolitan areas for around $300,000. The rent for those homes averages about $1900 a month, that is a high rent to mortgage ratio and a great foundation for your retirement plan. 

Those $2300,000 good homes in good areas with the 30-year-fixed rate loan, make inflation your friend. The amount of the loan is eroded by inflation, and the mortgage itself is covered by the rents. What’s more exciting is during the rising prices of rentals this is a solid way for you to invest in setting up Remote Control Retirement Riches for life. Again with prices of $300,000 the right investment property can lead to ten of the right rental properties over time, providing a robust Remote Control Retirement Riches portfolio for you and for generations.

“It’s common for first-time investors to think “initial net cash flow” is the real measurement of ROI, but there is a better way to calculate your true ROI.” Explains Adiel Gorel, owner of International Capital Group, who has invested in 100s of homes personally and helped 1000s of regular folk understand and prosper from a process ICG calls Remote Control Retirement Riches.  

How to calculate return on investment for rental property is very clear cut if the focus remains on the correct numbers. You must focus on the Internal Rate of Return also known as the IRR. 

At ICG, for single-family homes that ICG has helped investors to find an IRR higher than 15% is the norm. It’s vital to remember when determining how to calculate return on investment for rental property that most people have made the mistake of looking only at the initial cash flow which can lead to the buying properties that may or may not rise in value all in the name of getting cash flow at the moment. 

“Never make the same mistake that's splashed across the headlines in SF, from stories of investors that have to pay a renter hundreds of thousands of hard-earned dollars to leave because the investment property will go under otherwise. I developed the Remote Control Retirement Riches process over three decades, it’s easily

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