Preserve and Grow Your Wealth and Rural Legacy

Every farmer has heard the truism about being dirt rich but cash poor.

Let’s change that!

I want to share with you a time proven system for leveraging your farm’s underutilized resources into a second source of income.   This can double your annual net income within ten years . . . then quadruple it in twenty.

This method also helps you diversify your income streams . . . making it easier to weather down turns in the ag market.

Plus, this method will help you to better secure your estate for your children and grandchildren.

Because it will help you to quickly expand your real estate holdings, it makes it easier to eliminate any any pressure on your heirs to sell or split up your core family asset . . . your farmland.

Look at it this way.

By doubling or quadrupling your estate value over the next 10 to 20 years . . . then showing your children how to do the same for the next forty to sixty years, your estate can provide for all of your children’s and grandchildren’s retirement and education needs, and much more.

So . . . if you own farmland . . . even if you are dirt rich and cash poor . . . the only thing standing in your way of being dirt rich and cash rich is some education.

Here’s the best part.

The education I am offering you is free.   I will show you how to turn dirt rich into dirt and cash rich.

There is no charge.  There is no upsell.

The education I’m offering you is totally free.

First, I’ll give you a quick outline of everything you will learn in this short video.

Then, when you sign up for my free email list, I’ll give you more details and advanced lessons.

Again, all those advanced lessons are free.  No upsells.

So why am I doing this?

First, because I am the son of a farmer.

When we were growing up we never starved, but we were constantly reminded that cash was limited and one bad year could set us seriously back.

My Dad didn’t know about the money management and investment opportunities I’m about to tell you.

Plus…to be fair . . . it would have been much harder to implement this system forty years ago.

It would have been more time consuming and involved greater risks for those starting into this without the help of seasoned professionals.

But that is the key.   That is why I’m so anxious to educate farm owners.

Today there are networks of professionals in place to make it truly easy for you to leverage your farm assets in the precisely the same way that Donald Trump – and millions of other real estate owners – have routinely doubled the value of their estates every ten years, or less.

It doesn’t require genius.  It doesn’t require risking your family farm.

But it does require understanding basic principles.

And this is super important.  This system is scalable.

With the power of compounding, if you double your assets and cash flow every ten years, then it can be quadrupled in twenty years, and even eight times greater in thirty years.

Obviously, I can’t guarantee results.  All the usual legal disclaimers apply.  Everyone will make different decisions and have different results.

But this isn’t like playing the stock market.

Instead, this is the very same . . . conservative . . . wealth building method that has been used by sophisticated property owners for literally hundreds of years.

And the good news is that it is even easier for you to implement today using modern turn-key resources and professionals that are readily available to anyone with real estate assets of a million dollars or more.

I learned about these principles at a real estate investment training . . . for which I paid $50,000 to participate.

It’s not going to cost you $50,000 or even $1000.

I’m passing these tips onto you for free because I love farmers and truly want to preserve the heritage of family farms.

I grew up seeing how farms are split up and sold by heirs who don’t know any other way to fund their own homes, businesses and retirement . . . except to sell their parents’ legacy.

To me . . . seeing family farms sold is truly heartbreaking.

So, when I heard these principles taught at the training seminar, a light bulb went off.

It’s now my mission to bring that education to every farmer.

In just a few minutes, I guarantee you will be wishing that your parents and grandparents had the knowledge and opportunities I’m going to describe to you.

I’m sorry if this long introduction feels has felt like a tease.

But I wanted to underscore to you the importance of you investing a few more minutes to learn more.

With your patience, I will show you that everything I am saying is truly realistic.

In fact, government records show that over 70% of all the millionaires in the United States became millionaires by growing their wealth in this way . . . through leveraging the value of their real estate holdings.

So, let’s get into the details.

I’m now going to explain how you can leverage your core asset, your farmland into a much larger legacy for your children and grandchildren.  And it will provide you with both: (a) greater diversification of assets and (b) more monthly income.

In fact, by increasing income and non-farm holdings, you will position your children and grandchildren to be able to fund all their needs without ever selling your farmland outside the family.

If one of your future grandchildren wants their full inheritance, this diversification process makes it easy for them to receive and sell other properties held by your estate, but not the family farm.

So that’s the end of the build up.

It may get a bit boring now.  More like a lecture than a sales pitch.

But hopefully my sales pitch has motivated you to sit through the following lecture.

Let’s begin with an easy question.

What are the three ways your farmland has financial value?

You know the answers.

First, it produces crops that you sell.

Second, it appreciates in value over time.

Third, it has collateral value.  Banks will lend you money at a low interest rate because your farmland isn’t going anywhere.

Now, most farmers are familiar with borrowing against their land to buy equipment, seed, and more farmland.

But other than borrowing for farm needs, most farmers rightly have a deep seated aversion to borrowing whenever it can be avoided.  Too many farms have gone on the auction block after multiple years of drought.

But the most successful farm owners have learned to borrow in order to buy additional farmland.

That’s a good thing.  Invest in what you know.  If you’re a farmer, investing in farmland makes sense.

The only downside is that it doesn’t give you diversification.

If crop prices drop or production costs increase, all of your holdings are hurt.

Plus, it’s not always easy to find good farmland at a fair price.

As a result, very few farmers are systematically leveraging the collateral value of their land to grow their real estate holdings.

So what I am suggesting . . .  is that you should learn how to systematically use an appropriate portion of the collateral value of your land to accumulate a diversified portfolio of urban real estate investments.

Eventually, this may be a mix of rental properties, commercial properties, or as a partner in professional real estate investing syndicates . . . which are only open to accredited investors, people with over a million dollars in assets.

Now…before you object that this would require skills you don’t have, or that it is too risky, let me remind you that the whole point of this video is to educate you to the fact that it is far easier today to find professional real estate investors who will assist in carefully and wisely leveraging the value of your current real estate holding.

While there are many ways you can become actively involved in rewarding and complex real estate deals, what I am recommending to most farm owners are opportunities for passive income from investments that will be managed by real estate professionals on your behalf.

For example, if you decide to get into rental properties, you will be assisted in finding the right properties in the right cities that will be overseen by property managers who handle thousands of properties for hundreds of investors like you.

And because they manage thousands of properties, you will have the opportunity to see their track record before you work with them.  This is all about keeping your risk low, and the demands on your time to the minimum.

Similarly, if you decide to invest in a real estate investing syndicate, that approach is much like buying shares in a company.  You make your investment.   They run everything and direct deposit your monthly earnings . . . unless you tell them to reinvest those earnings for compounded growth.

These are just two of the ways I want to teach you how you can leverage the value of your farm to accumulate non-farm real estate holdings which generate a steady stream of positive, monthly income.

I’m not asking you to do something that is complicated, or requires a great deal of time.

I’m asking you to open you mind to a new way of thinking about how to best use the collateral value of your land.

Here is my contention:

Certainly, you would agree that if you left half of your fields unplanted year after year, you are under utilizing the value of your land.

Similarly, if you are not using an appropriate portion the collateral value of your land to acquire more real estate backed investments, you are under utilizing your land.

Here’s the math to prove it.

If you borrowed $1 million at a 4% rate from the bank and invested it in a private real estate investment group paying out 12% annually (which is a very realistic return) your net gain is 8% or $80,000 per year.  Assuming a 25% tax rate, and that you reinvest your profits, your after tax profits will be over $900,000  in 10 years, and over $5 million in 25 years.

And when you sign up for my lessons, I’ll show how you can do even better than this, using for example,  turnkey rental properties.

Bottom line.

Leveraging the value of existing properties through low interest bank loans is exactly what Donald Trump and all the sophisticated investors and big companies do year in and year out.

This is how the rich get richer.

This is how all real estate, both rural and urban, has best been leveraged for creating more wealth year after year for centuries.

Farmers are unique in that they have substantial real estate value . . . but in most cases, small farm owners have failed to use that collateral value to diversify into urban real estate investments.

It is my goal to change that.

Please sign up for my series of lessons.

I want to show you how to prudently leverage a portion of your farm’s collateral value into a diversified urban real estate portfolio.

This will provide cash flow to help in your down years and to increase your investment options.

And as your urban portfolio is paid off, that will also increase your ability to borrow even more for you’re your next round of investments.

Once you know how to carefully get into the cycle of prudent real estate investing, it is almost a self-perpetuating process.

In fact, this is another gift you can give to your children and grandchildren.

By putting into place a system for leveraging the collateral value of your farm land . . . this year . . . you are setting up a process to teach your children and grandchildren how to best utilize the legacy of your farmland to benefit future generations.

While it is not easy to find good farmland deals, I will show you how it is easy to find good urban real estate deals.

Plus, by diversifying your real estate investments across multiple properties, in multiple cities, and and multiple real estate sectors, you can minimize risks while earning stable, and highly predictable rates of return.

Well, you ask, what about the risk of another housing bubble and the terrible drop in housing values like happened in 2008?

Good question.

And here’s the very important answer.

While property values did decline during the recession . . . rental rates remained steady or increased.

People still need a place to live.   In fact, as individuals had to sell their homes, real estate investors were acquiring properties at deep discounts that resulted in big profits five years later.

With the system I’ll teach you, it’s not about timing the market.  It’s about investing to ensure you have a positive cash flow whether property values are going up or down.

Sure, appreciation is great.   Eventually, you hope every one of your properties increases in value.  But the only real estate investments I will ever encourage you to make are those that produce true net profits, year in, year out.

Again, the professional turnkey property acquisition and management companies I will teach you about will help guide you through this with very realistic forecasts for repair costs and vacancy rates.

This isn’t rocket science.

This is about one thing:  developing a mindset that understands the difference between good debt and bad debt.

I’ll talk about good debt versus bad debt more after you sign up for my email list.

But in brief, bad debt is debt that doesn’t increase your earnings power.  Borrowing for consumer goods doesn’t increase your income.   So, that gets labeled as bad debt.

But borrowing that increases your income . . . to buy more farmland, for example . . . that’s good debt.  You still need to make the investment pay off, but when you do, it increases your wealth.  So, that’s good debt.

Similarly, borrowing to buy a combine, if it increases your productivity and income, is good debt.

But you may have noticed that your combine sits idle ten months a year.

If you borrowed the same amount paid for that combine as down payments on six turn key rental properties, each of which produces net income every month, that may be even better debt.

Especially since those six rental properties, may actually appreciate in value over twenty years . . .  whereas that combine will be worth less and less.

So this is what it boils down to.

Your farmland has significant collateral value.

If you are not utilizing that collateral value to accumulate additional real estate backed investments, you are under utilizing the value of your property.  It’s like leaving half of your acres unplanted.

To fully utilize your property value, you need to consider how to leverage the collateral value of your land in a prudent way that will maximize its value for both you and the heirs of your estate.

When you enroll in my email list, I will give you the free education you need to get started.  There is no risk.

I truly pray you and your family will benefit from the materials I want to give you, because I truly want to help farm families and their descendants.   Let’s put an end to farm owners being dirt rich but cash poor.

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I look forward to sharing more with you.

Thank you so much for your time and attention!

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