Real Estate

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97% of Americans do not have enough money to retire on. Through education and consultation, Solomon Financial and The Solomon FREE Money Hour is helping change that one client at a time.

With Solomon Financial’s Real Estate Investment Division and Coastiera Properties we offer investment opportunities with cash flow OPPORTUNITIES. Besides our ongoing investment workshops and investment clubs with Fred Solomon, we show you how to find 6% to 11% cash-on-cash return on your investment. Fred has taught thousands of clients since 1990! Learn what other million dollar investors and first-time investors learn from Solomon Financial. Investment opportunities with cash flow is a good way to invest your money and provide yourself increased financial security. Our real estate investors benefit from financial leverage and tax strategies and equity analysis to build wealth.

To learn the benefits & opportunities of cash flow and appreciation properties we have, please contact one of our investment advisors: Fred Solomon, ext 221, e-mail, Kerri Kasem at ext 244, e-mail or for general info e-mail

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What Are the Benefits to Real Estate Investing?

Purchasing real estate is a good way to invest your money and provide yourself some increased financial security. It's a good way to increase cash flow and offers many profitable investment options. But, if you're new to real estate investing, you may ask, "What is real estate investing all about? What are the benefits to me and how can I get started?" We'll answer all those questions and help you get on your way to investing in real estate now.

What is Real Estate Investing?

Real estate is a tangible, cash-generating asset, much like gold or silver, and appreciates in values just like these precious metals. Being a tangible asset, however, it does not function like a bond or stock that can quickly lose value; it remains an excellent, long-term way to invest. Real estate investors benefit from financial leverage, using a mortgage to build wealth in a way that other forms of investments do not. Real estate investment has proven to be a powerful method of creating wealth over time and there are three main forms of return-on-investment (ROI): cash flow, return on taxes and appreciation.

Cash Flow

Cash flow represents the most direct type of return, since it is money you can "put in your pocket" right away. Investing in real estate is a way to increase your cash flow. That, in turn, can provide the working capital you need to further expand your investment opportunities and obtain greater financial security.

Return on Taxes

Many investors in higher tax brackets are less concerned with cash return and more focused on the tax advantages of real estate investment. A great tax benefit for the new investor is a first-year, 100% tax deduction for up to $100,000 of business equipment purchased. This would include appliances. Then there's also the tax benefits of being able to deduct mortgage insurance as well as points paid on a home loan.


The largest ROI is typically from home appreciation. Properties can have significant increases in value over time and if you have long-term goals, one option is to buy land without a structure on the property. If you buy property in the path of development, you may be able to sell at a profit in the future, perhaps when you're ready to retire and need more income.

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If you are serious about becoming an investor or are already one, then, you can't afford to miss the Solomon Investment Workshop & see how Fred does it himself. Fred has been doing this for over 16 years here in the California and Hawaii markets and has advantageous information to buy in any market all over the U.S.

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