Single-Family Home Rentals are Dead?
Discover the #1 Investment Opportunity
FOR THE NEXT 20 YEARS
re single-family home (SFH)
rentals dead? Well, that
depends on who you are
renting them to of course.
How does $200-$300 a month in positive cash flow sound? When I was 20
years old, that was exciting. Today,
that doesn’t get me very excited at all.
Lets face it, one turn over with
even one month of vacancy eats up
an entire year’s worth of profits in
most cases. Let me show you how
to get TWICE the fair market rent
with a long-term, low-impact tenant
or if you’d rather, how you can make
$10,000 or more NET per month with
Residential Assisted Living.
The Baby Boomers are here and
they are driving the demographics
in housing for the next 20 years.
Nearly eighty million of us were born
between 1946-1964. We are the
Baby Boomers, and we are turning 65
at the rate of over 10,000 a day. Life
expectancy is increasing and many of
us will live well into our 80s and 90s.
There are 4,000 a day turning 85 and
70% of those people will need help
for an average of 3.5 years. The 85+
year old group is the fastest-growing
demographic of all in the U.S.
It is projected to triple over the
next 20 years. Senior housing is a
great place to be now and will only be
getting better and better for the next
The reality is that most seniors will
not need a nursing home but they
can’t live safely on their own either.
They do need assistance and that
is what is provided with Residential
Assisted Living or RAL.
Many of you have already faced
this situation with your own parents.
If not, well, your time is coming. This
mega-trend will last for several de-
cades to come and you can profit from
this unstoppable wave and help a lot of
people by “Doing Good and Doing Well”.
Senior Assisted Living is the Best
Real Estate Investment Opportunity
for the Next 20 Years.
This mega trend is a “Silver Tsunami”and it has created a massive opportunity for smart investors who are poised
to profit. Let me explain why “typical”
SFH rentals are dead. If you rent a
home to a typical tenant, you will get
a typical profit of a few hundred
dollars a month, maybe. With
a typical turnover and a
month of vacancy in between
you may end up with little or
no profit at all at the end of
the year. Now, if you were to
get TWICE the fair market
rent, your profit increases
exponentially. Instead of a
few hundred dollars in profit
you would be netting a few
THOUSAND dollars in profit
With your typical tenant you
have a one-year lease. They
may stay for a second or
even a third year but
they are looking to
buy their own home
and move out in
most cases. That’s
not bad but, on the
other hand, what if
they move out after
a few months in the
middle of the night
and leave you with
thousands of dollars
of repairs from the
damage they left
there, done that.
Let me ask a
By Gene Guarino, CFP
silly question: Would you rather have
a long-term, low-impact tenant? A
tenant that wants a five-year lease
and wants to have two or three, fiveyear renewals on top of that? That
is what an operator of a RAL wants.
That is why senior housing is the best
real estate investment opportunity for
the next twenty years. Long-term,
low-impact tenants who are willing to
pay twice the fair market rent.
Why would someone
pay TWICE the fair
market rent and
how do I find
The answer is
your tenant, the
operator of the
RAL, will still be
able to make
a lot of money
even after paying you twice