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New Book Shows Why Investing In Stocks & Bonds Can Sink Your Retirement

Author/Investor makes case that high returns with certain types of real estate investments are safer, easier and more profitable than investments in securities.


Indianapolis, IN – (October 15, 2012) Stocks, bonds and mutual funds have always been the darling of financial planners for individual retirement accounts, but recent history has proven that they are unstable, unpredictable, produce tepid returns and give the buyer scant control over the success of the investment.
Joe Crump, a long time investor in small income properties, has just released a new book on Kindle titled, “ Passive Real Estate Investing : How Busy People Buy 100% Passive, Turn-Key Real Estate Investments, Quit Their Jobs And Create A Safe, Stable, Monthly Income”
Here is the Amazon link to the new book:
Crump explains why buying small income properties makes more sense for small investors with between $25,000 and $5,000,000 to invest.
He shows why it is safer and describes the types of properties that can create between 12-18% cash return with no leverage or dangerous financing necessary. These properties can also be bought with Self Directed IRAs and other retirement account funds.
According to Crump, owning property like this can be 100% passive. All you have to do is purchase the properties and allow professional licensed managers to do the work. A good manager can handle your properties for a lifetime.
Returns on properties like this often double or triple the return on securities, even in a slow real estate market. Since the real estate market crash in 2007, rents have held stable across the country and vacancy rates have not increased. This proves that income property, even if it declines in value, can weather a financial downturn. You are not at the mercy of fluctuating market values, just (more stable) fluctuations in rents.  
The current market downturn has also created the “perfect storm” for buying properties like this at 30-60% below market value.
In addition to the cash return, there are other income sources from these investments, such as tax depreciation deductions and the potential for appreciation in property values and monthly income.
Crump’s book also teaches the type of property to buy, where to buy, when to buy, how to hire competent management and why you should never manage properties yourself.
For More Information
You can read more about Joe Crump and his personal story on the author’s page at the Amazon book link above. You can also subscribe to his free newsletter and blog at


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