Real Estate - the Greatest Wealth Builder Ever

By: Brad Wozny

There's a poster on the wall at McDonald's headquarters in Illinois which outlines their corporate mandate, 'We Sell Hamburgers To Buy Real Estate'.

Since before the invention of the bread slicer, real estate has always been around...and unless you live in Dubai, they aren't making anymore of it. With the earth's population expected to double in the next half-century, real estate is going to be at a premium.

What's great about real estate is it's one of the Essential Items for Survival:

1. Water
2. Food
3. Clothing
4. Shelter (e.g. real estate)

Which means, everyone needs a piece of real estate to live in, work in, shop in, be entertained in. It's diverse in its application to the individual: be it a home to reside in and utilize as a primary investment, or where people can learn how to build a real estate business altogether.

Moreover, it's a fact that real estate has been the investment vehicle that has created more wealth than any other financial instrument in the history of humankind. In the United States alone real estate accounts for enabling the largest political action committee and lobby group to exist - the National Association of Realtors (NAR). NAR's one million plus strong membership of Realtor's nationwide aim to represent the buying and selling real estate needs of residential homeowners, investor buyers, real estate developers, and commercial property syndicates throughout America.

At an individual level, if you're looking to access key 'how to' real estate information in the form of real estate investing tips to generate a more steady and larger stream of income, or specific data on how to create a real estate investing business plan to help you generate a 6 figure bank account, and realize 7 figure gains in as little as 7 months, part time, is all available at your fingertips.

No matter which way you 'slice it', as a basic human need, real estate creates the ultimate investment vehicle.

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