“It’s not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for.”
-Robert Kiyosaki Author, ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’
If you’re a millionaire by the time you’re 40, but blow it all by age 50, you’ve gained nothing. Except the opportunity to start all over again.
STILL SWINGING FOR THE FENCES?
There comes a time in many investors’ lives where swinging for the fence is no longer fun or profitable. When the elusive glitter is seen for the illusion that it really is.
Stories of those hitting grand slams abound, but that is why they’re repeated. Because they are the exceptions.
For each of these stories, there are literally hundreds who have swung away and caught nothing but air. And were left rebuilding for years to get back to where they were when they took that crazy plunge.
Which story do you think will be told in blogs and bars and real estate investing clubs?
(A) Johnny bought a home for 45 cents on the dollar, then while renovating found out it could be rezoned commercially. He went on to sell it for three times what he paid! Or…
(B) Gary and his son began quietly buying apartment buildings. For years, they faithfully built this business. Never made a fortune in any one year, but over time, they became one of the wealthiest families in town.
By the way, Johnny’s story didn’t include the slam dunk deal that went south…or the quick flip that turned into a slow nightmare landing him a job delivering pizzas for Domino’s ‘til he got back on his feet.
WE WON'T ROLL THE DICE
WITH OUR INVESTORS' FUNDS
If you think investing is gambling, you’re not a fit for Wellings Capital. Our strategy involves careful planning, diligence and patience. However, the gains we all receive over time are deeply satisfying.
“Investing should be more like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement, take $800 and go to Las Vegas.”
First American Winner of Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences
WE ARE IN IT
FOR THE LONG HAUL
Not for one-time gains, not just for today, but for generations. We invest our own funds in each property, and we only invest in projects we feel comfortable introducing to our family and friends.
“Wealth gained hastily will dwindle, but whoever gathers little by little will increase it.”