Americans want to build wealth, but few people really know how. Terry Moore shows his clients low-risk ways to invest in rental property, so they can enjoy financial security. Terry is a top apartment broker who has earned several major awards including Investment Broker of the Year and Commercial Broker of the year. Building Legacy Wealth describes the proven and repeatable processes that have helped hundreds of his clients become millionaires.
Many wise investors choose apartment investing because it can be a low-risk escalator to wealth. In Building Legacy wealth, you will learn how to decide if apartment investing is for you and where you should begin. Then you'll discover how to buy successfully, boost your property's value and sell so you can repeat the cycle. You'll also learn how to use special features of the tax code to keep your wealth growing and how to make wise decisions about consolidating your gains and passing on your wealth and your values to the next generation.
Legacy ultimately matters more than wealth. Terry invites you to plan how to live a life worth imitating, while making your money multiply.
Terry Moore helps real estate investors make the most important financial choice of their next decade. He's a top apartment broker who has received ten major recognitions, including Investment Broker of the Year, Deal Maker of the Year, Transaction of the Year, and CCIM of the Year. In January 2018, Terry received the inaugural Commercial Broker of the Year award from the San Diego Association of Realtors. After earning his MBA at Southern Methodist University, Terry worked for the world's largest bank, owned a hardware store, was a shopping center developer, and then became a hyperactive income property broker. Terry has been a commercial broker since 1987. He earned the CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) designation, which has been awarded to fewer than 4% of commercial investment brokers. He has been a member of the national CCIM faculty. Terry's articles have been published in national, state, regional, and local magazines.