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Hello and welcome to our website,  www.InvestorLeaAndLef.com  

We are Lea and Lefry and we want to say thank you for dropping by.

If you are looking for a way to get an above average return on investment (R.O.I.), backed by a solid asset (real estate), and without the typical challenges of being a landlord, you’ve definitely come to the right place!

Please take a few minutes to explore the website, watch our short explanatory videos and see what it is that we do here at InvestorLeaAndLef.com

We believe that real estate investing, done properly and in an educated, logical manner, is the best investment available for the average person.

However, if it were actually easy, everyone would be doing it!

Here are a few of the challenges prospective investors face:

  • How to learn all the in’s and out’s of investing in properties.
  • Finding the right market to invest in (and the right time to invest).
  • Choosing right investing strategy and the appropriate kinds of properties to buy.
  • Creating a solid, experienced and effective real estate POWER TEAM.
  • Managing the deal during acquisition, managing the property during the deal, and coming up with a profitably and timely exit strategy

Fortunately for our investors, my team and us take care of all of this.  It’s what we like to call a “Hands-Free Investment” for them.

If you aren’t already on our prospective investor contact list, you are welcome to join us and be the first to know when we have exciting and profitable investment opportunities available.  Just put in your contact information in the box at the right of the screen, and we will also give you access to a short video called “Why Real Estate is An Exceptional Way To Invest“.

And if you are ready to find out more about our investment program, we invite you to contact me directly, and we will be happy to show you exactly how it works, either in person, by phone, or on-line.

Simply click here to fill out a contact request.

Again, welcome to the site, and we look forward to talking with you personally.

Lea and Lef Amarille

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Who are we? InvestorLeaAndLef.com is a real estate investment company. We have been actively involved in the GTA, SouthWestern Ontario, and TriCities Ontario area real estate investing for a number of years. Our mission is to provide quality housing for quality tenants, while at the same time providing an above average return on investment (R.O.I) for our investor partners and ourselves. It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

What Do We Do?

We focus primarily on single family homes properties and we provide good local families with quality housing while at the same time getting our investor partners and ourselves an above average return on investment.

LATEST BLOG

Blog #43: Are Bonds Really Zero-Risk Investments?

Bonds are often touted as being very low-risk investments. Some would even go so far as to call them risk-free. But is that really the case? All investments come with risks to balance out their rewards, and bonds are no different. Here are a few of the risks you take on when you invest in bonds.

Interest Rate Risks

This is one of the best-known perils of bonds. The relationship between a bond and the interest rates in the market are complicated, but basically, supply and demand are at play in influencing the interest rate on the bond.

A bond you invest in might decline in value if interest rates rise. Yikes!

Inflation Risks

A bond is worth a fixed amount of money. If you invest 10,000 dollars in a bond, when it’s paid back to you, you’ll get 10,000 dollars.

Seems straightforward and risk-free, right? Nope!

You must remember that inflation is a factor in every economy. 10,000 one year is unlikely to have the same purchasing power five years from the date the bond is issued. In that way, there’s a good chance your bond is going to decline in total value, and that means money out of your pocket.

Default Risk

If you invest in bonds for a corporation, and that company goes under? Who knows what you’ll be getting back.

If the bank repossesses the assets of the company you’ve given your money to, well, that’s simply not your money anymore. It’s gone.

Takeaways?

Bonds aren’t the riskiest investment, sure, but they do come with their own set of risks. And that low risk deal that you think you’re getting also tends to come with low value and minimal rewards.

Bonds aren’t a terrible investment, but they’re not necessarily the best one.

Real estate, on the other hand, is a great investment choice for anyone who wants to see their wealth grow surely and steadily. No matter what happens, if you invest in real estate, you can rest easy knowing that there’s a solid piece of land behind your money.

 

 

Lea and Lefry Amarille are real estate investors. They have been actively involved in the GTA and Durham Regio for a number of years. Their mission is to provide great quality homes for tenants, while at the same time providing an above-average return on investment (R.O.I) for their investor partners and themselves.  It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

Lea and Lefry offer their investor partners hands-free investment opportunities. If you are interested to learn how to earn an above-average return on your investment, backed by a solid asset, and without the hassle of being a landlord, please contact Lea and Lefry

For more information about Lea and Lefry and their investment program,
please call (416) 827-0586 or visit  https://investorleaandlef.com/

Blog #42: Investing in Mutual Funds vs Real Estate

In any investment, there’s a certain level of money you have to put in before you see a return. That’s kind of the point of investing: you put something in to get something more out. It’s not free money, it’s putting your money in the right places to turn it into more money. Investing is great!

But some investments are smarter than others. Some investments, like mutual funds, can cost you quite a pretty penny right up front. Let’s look at some of the costs associated with mutual funds.

Annual Fund Operating Expenses

There are a lot of ongoing fees you’ve got to look out for if you invest in a mutual fund. There are management fees that go to the people who run and operate the fund, and 12b-1 fees, which go towards marketing and selling the fund, as well as other shareholder services. Then there can be a whole load of other administrative and managerial fees that you don’t really want to deal with.

Shareholder Fees

More expenses? That’s right, as a shareholder in a mutual fund you’re also responsible for things like sales loads, which are commissions you pay when you buy or sell shares, redemption fees, which you pay if the fund doesn’t feel you’ve held onto a share long enough, account fees if your investment falls below a certain waterline… the list goes on and on. There are so many little costs you have to account for when you invest in mutual funds just to have shares in them in the first place, let alone if you want to actually do anything with your shares.

How Can I Avoid This?

The best way to get around mutual fund fees is to simply invest in something else. Real estate, for example, doesn’t have all these hidden costs and fees. When you invest in a property, you pay in what you pay in, and if it’s a rental property you probably aren’t even paying the utilities for the building.

Real estate is a really smart investment for a lot of reasons, chief among them the fact that it’s straightforward. You invest in a property, you know what you’re paying and what you’re paying for. This is one of the reasons to consider real estate for your next investment.

 

 

Lea and Lefry Amarille are real estate investors. They have been actively involved in the GTA and Durham Regio for a number of years. Their mission is to provide great quality homes for tenants, while at the same time providing an above-average return on investment (R.O.I) for their investor partners and themselves.  It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

Lea and Lefry offer their investor partners hands-free investment opportunities. If you are interested to learn how to earn an above-average return on your investment, backed by a solid asset, and without the hassle of being a landlord, please contact Lea and Lefry

For more information about Lea and Lefry and their investment program,
please call (416) 827-0586 or visit  https://investorleaandlef.com/

Blog #41: The High Cost of Mutual Funds

In any investment, there’s a certain level of money you have to put in before you see a return. That’s kind of the point of investing: you put something in to get something more out. It’s not free money, it’s putting your money in the right places to turn it into more money. Investing is great!

But some investments are smarter than others. Some investments, like mutual funds, can cost you quite a pretty penny right up front. Let’s look at some of the costs associated with mutual funds.

Annual Fund Operating Expenses

There are a lot of ongoing fees you’ve got to look out for if you invest in a mutual fund. There are management fees that go to the people who run and operate the fund, and 12b-1 fees, which go towards marketing and selling the fund, as well as other shareholder services. Then there can be a whole load of other administrative and managerial fees that you don’t really want to deal with.

Shareholder Fees

More expenses? That’s right, as a shareholder in a mutual fund you’re also responsible for things like sales loads, which are commissions you pay when you buy or sell shares, redemption fees, which you pay if the fund doesn’t feel you’ve held onto a share long enough, account fees if your investment falls below a certain waterline… the list goes on and on. There are so many little costs you have to account for when you invest in mutual funds just to have shares in them in the first place, let alone if you want to actually do anything with your shares.

How Can I Avoid This?

The best way to get around mutual fund fees is to simply invest in something else. Real estate, for example, doesn’t have all these hidden costs and fees. When you invest in a property, you pay in what you pay in, and if it’s a rental property you probably aren’t even paying the utilities for the building.

Real estate is a really smart investment for a lot of reasons, chief among them the fact that it’s straightforward. You invest in a property, you know what you’re paying and what you’re paying for. This is one of the reasons to consider real estate for your next investment.

 

 

Lea and Lefry Amarille are real estate investors. They have been actively involved in the GTA and Durham Regio for a number of years. Their mission is to provide great quality homes for tenants, while at the same time providing an above-average return on investment (R.O.I) for their investor partners and themselves.  It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

Lea and Lefry offer their investor partners hands-free investment opportunities. If you are interested to learn how to earn an above-average return on your investment, backed by a solid asset, and without the hassle of being a landlord, please contact Lea and Lefry

For more information about Lea and Lefry and their investment program,
please call (416) 827-0586 or visit  https://investorleaandlef.com/