3 Things to Know About Promised Returns on Passive Investments For Real Estate Investors

If you have been dawdling about making a New Year’s Resolution for 2020, let me first say, “You’re late!” But don’t worry: the PIP Group has a solution for the slow-to-resolve real estate investors that might actually make you a chronic procrastinator when it comes to resolving to adopt that “New Year, New You” mentality.

You see, in 2020, PIP Group has decided to offer something truly new. Just like you are looking for a makeover, we have been working on a makeover resolution as well. This one requires no diet, no exercise, no sweat, and no tears. In fact, we have essentially perfected the “No Pain, All Gain” resolution option for 2020.

Are you ready to learn more? Here you go:

In 2020, we are offering a 20 percent annualized return promise on all of our fix-and-flip investments.

Yes, you read that right. You invest with PIP Group, then sit back and enjoy the predictability of a guaranteed return rate for this year. You don’t have to sweat, and you definitely don’t need to shed any tears. This deal is called “20-20 in 2020,” and it is exclusively available to PIP Group investors engaged in fix-and-flip investments.

Of course, like any savvy real estate investor, you probably have a few questions.

Here are the answers to the top three questions I get right before our next investor signs up and starts doing real estate deals:

  1. How can you guarantee my returns?

Well, the truth is that guaranteed returns are nothing new at PIP Group. In fact, real estate investors who have been with us for a while already may be familiar with our 16 percent guaranteed-return option, which was the previous benchmark for this program. We are not entering new territory here; we just looked at the 2020 market and realized we could offer our investors 4 percentage points more – so we did.

  1. How long do I have to invest?

If you have ever invested in a certificate of deposit (CD), then, well, I’m sorry. No, just kidding! I am sorry you didn’t start leveraging that capital in real estate sooner, of course, but that is not the point here. If you ever invested in a CD, you know that the longer you leave your money in the CD and with the bank, the higher the interest rate the bank will offer you. A lot of investors assume I want to keep their money five, 10, or even 20 years to get this 20-20 in 2020 deal!

The fact is, your funds only have to stay with us for 9-12 months, and your capital will cover two flips and all renovations or, in some cases, one larger flip plus renovations. Minimum investment for this deal is $200,000, by the way.

  1. What do I have to do?

Once I convince investors that this 20-20 in 2020 deal is the real deal, they usually want to know what I expect out of them. Do they have to find a good flip that meets my standards? Will they need to work with contractors to get repairs underway? How about the appraisal or inspection? Here’s the thing, folks: At PIP Group, we coined the phrase “You invest…We do the rest!” I’m not asking you to do anything other than supply the funds.

For real estate investors that means PIP Group handles:

  • Property/neighborhood due diligence
  • Property acquisition
  • Contractor management
  • Overseeing renovations
  • Everything from acquisition to offloading!

If these three FAQs have piqued your interest, then you could be a fit for this exciting “New Year, New You” program. Contact us at PIP Group right away to learn more. Happy New Year, and happy investing!

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About the Author

Charles Sells is the founder and CEO of The PIP Group, a turnkey service provider that focuses on investments in distressed real estate assets including tax liens, tax deeds, traditional foreclosures, fix-and-flips and long-term cash flow acquisitions. He has been involved in tax lien investing for over 20 years, during which time The PIP Group has grown to become one of the largest agencies of its kind with nearly 1,000 individual and institutional investors worldwide.

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