Smith-Manoeuvre: How to Use the Smith Manoeuvre as a Powerful Wealth Strategy in Launching your Real

How to Use the Smith Manoeuvre for Investing In Real Estate

You’ve exhausted all of your savings…

You want to buy more properties, but your short on cash and the thought of looking for joint venture partners makes you feel queasy.

I had this exact same feeling more than 8 years ago. The thought of going to a real estate investment group to attract joint venture partners made me incredibly uncomfortable.

As much as I REALLY wanted to buy the next rental property, I felt uneasy introducing a complete stranger into my real estate business. It felt like an arranged marriage with a possibility of divorce.

What if I attracted an arrogant partner who is more hassle than it’s worth? What if the partner decides to break our joint venture agreement early, or worse, what if the partner is super cheap and leaves me paying for all of the repairs?

You have to be incredibly picky with whom you choose as a joint venture partner.

Fortunately, if partnerships aren’t right for you, I’m excited to say there are other options to building your wealth when short on cash.

All you have to do is figure if this strategy is right for you.

And the best thing is — you don’t have to ask anyone else for money.

You’re about to learn the Smith Manoeuvre, a powerful financial strategy that gradually restructures the largest non-deductible debt of your life (mortgage) into a deductible investment loan and use it to invest in real estate and help you accelerate your income and your wealth.

And if you have many, many years left in your investment journey, then the Smith Manoeuvre might be right for you, especially if you have a house that has a very small mortgage.

Smith Manoeuvre: A Power Financial Strategy Explained Simply

Smith Manuevre in Rental Properties

The re-borrowed money can be deployed to buy rental properties;

The rental properties pay you rental income;

The rental income pays off all expenses including the interest paid on the borrowed money and the profit is called cash flow;