We have another great investment opportunity! We’re looking for an investor who qualifies to carry the mortgage and has a down payment. We have a hard-working family looking for a Rent-to-Own home to break out of the renting cycle. If you’re interested in more information, click here to see the RTO package.
to increase your monthly cash flow, but the thought of dealing with tenants was intimidating?
Do you already have rental properties and want to add to your portfolio, but you aren’t too sure if you want the potential stress that could come with maintaining another property?
If you can relate to any of the above, then we might be able to work together! Becoming a hassle-free landlord is a great way to reap all of the benefits of being an income property owner without the headaches.
In this program, we (Epic Alliance) rent the property from the financier (homeowner) and then sublease the property to tenants. In addition, we take care of all maintenance that the property may require, as well as any vacancies that may occur.
Every deal is for a two-year term, with the option to renew in two-year increments.
The financier owns the property.
ROI stands for Return On Investment. We calculate ROI based on the money the financier has active in the deal. The total sum of money the financier has
Epic Alliance takes care of all maintenance and repairs on the property.
Our model for purchasing properties is to purchase at the bottom of the market. These are the last houses to depreciate in a falling market, and they are also the last houses to appreciate in a rising market. Knowing this is why we don’t bank on the appreciation value of a property. The purchase price the financier buys the property for is the same price Epic Alliance purchases the property for at the end of the 2-year term. Therefore, the financier won’t incur any capital gain taxes when they sell the property at the end of the 2-year term.
We have 3 options available for the financier at the end of the 2-year term:
It can be paid out from the monthly cash flow, or the principal equity
How does my principal money get paid out?
The principal money (the down payment) gets paid out once the house is sold to Epic Alliance.
The financier gets to keep the closing cost receipts to purchase the property, which is a full write off for the financier. We view the closing costs as part of the principal into the deal and therefore we use that total sum to calculate the annual rate of return. When the financier sells the house to Epic Alliance at the end of the 2-year term, we pay the financier’s closing costs at that time.
Real Estate is traditionally one of the safest ventures. In the rare event that anything was to happen to Epic Alliance, the financier owns the property and could choose to
You have RRSP’s that are not making you any money, or worse — losing your money.
You’re tired of the insecurity of investing in stocks and concerned about another market crash.
You have a property that is under-performing but has lots of available equity.
You do not qualify for a traditional bank refinancing to access the equity in your home.
If you answered “Yes, I can relate!” to any of the above, you’ve come to the right place.
We can show you how to use your RRSPs so that they’re secured by real estate, as opposed to a piece of paper in the stock market. By having interests in real estate, you’ll know what you’ll make ahead of time. Plus, there will be no fluctuations in your earnings — you’ll know exactly what your return will be every year.
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