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RESOURCES

 Research
 Zillow.com
 Trulia.com
 realestate.yahoo.com
 RealQuest.com
 Realtor.org
 VisionAppraisal.com
 Eppraisal.com
 MLSonline.com

 Bank & Government REO's
 firstpreston.com
 lendersreo.com
 homesteps.com
 bankofamerica.com
 chase.com
 usbank.com
 countrywide.com
 indymac.com
 mandtbank.com
 homesales.gov

 Technology/Tools/Supplies
 patlive.com
 IBuzzpro.com
 signstapler.com
 streamsend.com
 Supercheapsigns.com
 banditsigns.com
 Realestatesupplysuperstore.com

 Legal & Tax
 1031.org
 legalzoom.com
 irs.gov
 prepaidlegal.com
 trexglobal.com

 VA's & Outsourcing
 elance.com
 odesk.com
 rentacoder.com
 virtualassistants.com

 Leads & Lead Sources
 propertyleadsnow.com
 foreclosuredata.com

 Blogs & Other
 futureofrealestatemarketing.com
 geekestateblog.com
 reitips.com

 Apartments & Commercial
 hud.gov
 loopnet.com
 rentometer.com
 huduser.org
 narpm.org
 completelandlord.com

 Financing
 rehabfunding.com
 redbrickfinancial.com
 hud.gov
 brookviewfinancial.com

 Inspectors & Appraisal
 ashi.org
 hometeaminspection.com
 appraisalinstitute.org

 Rehabbing
 contractors.com
 needcontractor.com


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On the webinar Scott will teach us:

  1. How he made over 10K per month spendable cash flow with no Tenents, Trash, or Toilets his first year.

  2. Why he dumped all of his apartments and rental houses for Self Storage Facilities

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  4. Why Self Storage is one of the safest asset classes in Real Estate

  5. The are endless opportunities available in the over 60,000 facilities nationwide

  6. Why Self Storage Facilities are “Cash Cows”

  7. Why Self Storage has outperformed all other forms of real estate over the past 30 years, including Homes & Apartments


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So How Does Self Storage Stack up against other forms of Commercial Real Estate Investments?

When comparing Self Storage to other real estate investments such as Apartments, Office Buildings, and Retail, how do they compare? Lets explore some of the most important factors.


Development Costs

Development Costs Graph

The development cost of self storage is one-third to one-half that of Apartments (multi-family), office buildings, or retail properties.


Operating Costs

Operating Costs Graph

Owning Real Estate requires regular maintenance of the grounds, appliances, plumbing, electrical fixtures, etc., which usually require a maintenance staff. As the graph illustrates, self-storage operating costs are less than half that of other real estate properties.


Break-Even Occupancy Rates

Brake-even occupancy rate Graph

When owning investment property, you simply must fill a certain amount of space to keep from losing money. In self storage, this break-even point is considerably lower than other real estate ventures due to its low development costs.


Annual Rent Ranges

Annual Rent Ranges Graph

This chart illustrates that the annual rent ranges for self storage fall within the range of other real estate. However, considering the lower development and operational costs we discussed above, self storage can yield a better bottom line.


Failure Rate Comparison

Failure Rate Comparison Graph

Compared to other real estate investments, self storage has the ability to absorb economic fluctuations, maintaining value during both good and bad economic times.


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