According to the Census Bureau, the median income for U.S. wage earners in 2016 was $31,099. After taxes, and factoring in the all-but-gospel recommendation that no more than 30 percent of one’s income be allocated for rent, that means the average American has a little over $600 per month to devote to housing. The same […]
Just like storm chasers that feast on disaster, there’s a group of investors that actually run towards danger and invest for a recession. These investors profit both during prosperous times and downturns. These investors allocate their capital towards a commercial real estate subsegment that thrives during a downturn – continue reading here.
Four Peaks Capital Partners™, LLC and Park Place Communities™, LLC are proud to announce their latest acquisitions; a 123 lot, two park package located in Lenoir City, TN, a suburb of Knoxville. According to Founder and CEO of Four Peaks Capital Partners™, Andrew S. Lanoie, “the parks are stabilized and well-maintained, and include upside potential and collectively, $150,000 in instant equity for our investors.