REITs Expert asks, Are you Ready to be The Next Donald Trump?

Southfield, MI (PressExposure) April 23, 2009 -- Earl E. Bird, III, recently spoke at a real estate investor’s meeting. No introductions were necessary as the group already heard him speak before and they were anxious to hear more from him. Earl Bird asked, “Are you ready to be the next Donald Trump?” This simple question had everyone’s attention. “Many people want to learn how to make the big bucks when it comes to real estate investments; generally this means getting involved in commercial real estate. This is how Donald Trump got started.” One investor said, “Most of us don’t have the money that Trump has, so how is possible for us to make such a large investment?” Earl explained, “Even in commercial real estate, it is possible to start small by investing in REITs. Like other mutual funds, you purchase shares of a company who builds and manages commercial real estate and pays out dividends to shareholders. The dividends are derived from income producing properties like strip malls, office buildings and apartment complexes.” Earl explained that by law, 90 percent of the profit made from REITs must be returned to the shareholders in dividends; therefore, if the fund does well the stockholders do well. Earl said, “If you are wondering if this is right for you, remember what Will Rogers once said, ‘Buy land, they aren’t making any more of it.’ This is so true; there is only so much land to go around and with a growing population, more and more people are going to want a piece.” Earl has published over 100 articles about REITs and real estate mutual funds. He has made this information available to the public on many blogs that he has recently posted. To read more about real estate investing, visit Earl’s blog at Contact: Earl E. Bird, III 25900 11 Mile Rd #260 Southfield, MI 48034 877-707-1770

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