Texas Real Estate Investing is Now Open to the Public

S Nakra

Real estate investing has always been one of the most profitable investment opportunities around, but never before has it been available to the masses. That is until now! You no longer have to be a rich individual or a financial institute to invest in Texas real estate anymore. The Securities & Exchange Commission or SEC has now opened the way for the rest of us who aren't millionaires to buy property in the thriving Texas real estate market. The way it is done is through a specialized type of crowdfunding where non-accredited individuals can invest together to raise capital for a real estate venture but this kind of investing takes a special kind of company to navigate through it.


Introducing Equity Brick, a company who specializes in crowdfunding real estate investments. Equity Brick works solely with Texas real estate investments and covers residential, rental and commercial properties all ready to be crowdfunded by someone like you. What do you need? You can start with as little as $500 and become a partial owner in a Texas real estate property. It is one of the easiest ways to generate passive income and it's no hassle to you. Equity Brick will guide you through carefully chosen real estate investments and when you pick the one or ones right for you, Equity Brick takes care of the rest. From market research, to property procurement and to the sale and management of your Texas investment properties, Equity Brick and sponsor does it.  And, what's really new and exciting is that you can track all of this on your very own personalized dashboard.


"We are simplifying how a common man can raise capital to acquire a rental property without going through the hassle of the bank. Buyers can bring the property they want to buy and as a Texas real estate crowdfunding platform we will assist them to fund the deal. Our aim is to close the deal within 30 days and common investors can be part of the action because now they can invest in high yield rental properties or high return fix and flip properties without the hassle." says S. Nakra, Founder of Equity Brick


Why should you invest your money in Texas real estate and not in a more common fashion like a saving's account, an IRA or a 401K? It's simple; you get a much higher yield on your money. The average IRR or Internal Rate of Return on an Equity Brick Texas real estate investment is around 10% and a lot of times it's higher than that. The average bank saving's account is 1%, which is doing nothing for you. And to think, just a few years ago, these options were not even available to the common man. If you wanted to invest in a real estate property you'd have to have a million-dollar net worth or make $200,000 a year as an individual or make over $300,000 a year as a couple.


"Given strong economic engines like the energy industry in Houston and the vibrant tech scene in Austin, it’s not too surprising that Texas is the state with the most Best Buy cities–five, or 25% of the list. Austin is followed by Houston (No. 3), Dallas (No. 5), San Antonio (No. 6) and Fort Worth (No. 10). Average home prices are highest in Austin, at $261,923, and lowest in Fort Worth, at $180,312, but have been accelerating at a rate of 7% to 12% in all the Texas cities." - From Forbes.com, Best Buy Cities: Where To Invest In Housing In 2015


Texas real estate is booming right now and the Lone Star State market is ripe for the picking. Begin investing with Equity Brick now, so you can get in on the Texas housing boom. And, for as little as $500 start building your passive income brick by brick. Sign up on our website, www.equitybrick.com today and we'll contact you ASAP with the next step into this profitable new way of owning real estate.

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