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Hello and welcome to my website,  www.PatZackery.com  

My name is Pat Zackery and I 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 my short explanatory videos and see what it is that we do here at PatZackery.com

I 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 joint venture partners 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 joint venture partners, my team and I take care of all of this.  It’s what I like to call a “Hands-Free Investment” for them.

If you aren’t already on our prospective joint venture partners 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 I 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, I invite you to contact me directly, and I 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 I look forward to talking with you personally.

Pat Zackery

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Who are we? PatZackery.com is a real estate investment company. We have been actively involved in the Atlanta, GA 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 joint venture partners and ourselves. It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

What Do We Do?

We focus primarily on Single Family Homes – New construction and rentals properties and we provide good local families with quality housing while at the same time getting our joint venture partners and ourselves an above average return on investment.

LATEST BLOG

Blog #24: Active Versus Passive Real Estate Investing and Which is Right for You?

Do you know the difference between active and passive real estate investing and, more importantly, which might fit the bill for you and your current situation? Learn more about these two different real estate investment strategies and which will work best for you. 

Active Versus Passive Real Estate Investing – What’s the Difference?

Many inexperienced real investors will consider real estate investing as a largely passive income stream. However, once they start researching, they soon find that it’s not as hands-off as they first thought. Still, that doesn’t mean a passive income isn’t out of reach; you just need to know which strategy will get you there.  

 

Active real estate investing is what most people will have in mind when considering purchasing an investment property, but active investing can take a few different forms, including:

 

  • Wholesaling
  • Flipping
  • Renovations and developments

 

Regardless of how you enter active real estate investing, you will be heavily involved in various parts of the process. Whether you are a hands-on DIY investor or plan to use a team of professionals, the amount of time and energy required to successfully enter active real estate investing can be equal to a full-time job or more. It can also require significant capital and a certain degree of risk. 

Passive Real Estate Investing

 

Passive real estate investing is all about working with an active investor and purchasing the right investment at the best price and receiving the returns month after month, with your role primarily being a hands-off one. 

 

The Active investor is busy doing the following:

 

  • Researching the market.
  • Marketing and finding the right deals.
  • Doing due-diligence on the properties.
  • Negotiating and closing the deal.
  • Arranging financing
  • Managing the team.
  • Taking care of renovations and improvements.
  • Property management
  • Tenant management.
  • Keep up to speed with continuing training and education.
  • Investor reporting and relations.
  • Coordinating final exit plans for the property.


The Passive investor’s involvement is usually limited to:

  • Provide capital (money)
  • Qualify for financing (if needed)
  • Share in the profits (watch their payments come in).

Which Real Estate Investment Strategy is Right for You?

 

It really depends on how busy you want to be.

 

If you have the time, energy and experience to be an active investor, it can be very lucrative.

 

On the other hand, if you are looking for a hands-free type of investment that is secure and offers a variety of different ways to profit – then being a passive investor may be a better fit.

 

 

About Pat Zackery

Pat is a real estate investor who is actively involved in the Atlanta, GA area of real estate investing for a number of years.  her 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 joint venture partners and ourselves.  It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

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 your contact information in the box at the right of the screen, and I will also give you access to a short video called Why Real Estate is An Exceptional Way To Invest“.

For more information about Pat and her investment program, please call (404) 988-6651 or email her at pat@patzackery.com or visit https://patzackery.com/

Vlog #12: Why Atlanta

About Pat Zackery

Pat is a real estate investor who is actively involved in the Atlanta, GA area of real estate investing for a number of years.  her 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 joint venture partners and ourselves.  It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

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 your contact information in the box at the right of the screen, and I will also give you access to a short video called Why Real Estate is An Exceptional Way To Invest“.

For more information about Pat and her investment program, please call (404) 988-6651 or email her at pat@patzackery.com or visit https://patzackery.com/

Blog #23: Real Estate: Stabler than Stocks

You’re probably familiar with the concept of investing in stocks, but here’s a quick overview. 

The “stocks” you buy are small investments in a company- a share of ownership. These can cost more or less depending on the value of the company at the time of your purchase. 

People buy stocks with the intention of making money on them, which can happen in two basic ways: either through cash dividends, which a company might distribute to shareholders if it’s doing well financially, or by selling the stocks for more than they were purchased for. 

Stocks are one of the first things people think of when they think of investing. That does NOT mean that they’re the best investment option, though. 

Stock prices are influenced by so, so many factors. Supply and demand? Those are factors influencing every market, but the stock market is especially susceptible to that influence. If you’re trying to invest in a particularly popular company… well, good luck. When the demand for a stock is high, the price gets high with it. 

A single share of the most expensive stock in the New York Stock Exchange, Berkshire Hathaway, costs around 340k per stock

But here’s the thing. On March 23rd, 2020, that price was closer to 240k– a hundred thousand dollars less. What’s going on with that?

Well, a few more things influence the stock market. Supply and demand can be shot off in different directions depending on things like how safe people are feeling in the current social and political and economic climates. 

March was around the time the pandemic started getting really bad, and for that reason, people were selling their shares like crazy. That’s the thing about stocks. They’re pretty easy to liquidate, and so when people get antsy, they cut their losses and run, taking the value of the stock down with them. 

Another thing about stocks is that they’re heavily, heavily influenced by the economy at large. If you invest in Apple, and then everyone stops buying iPhones because the economy is going sour, then suddenly, your stock isn’t going to be doing you any good. And the economy has been all over the place lately. 

So, what’s a market you can count on to weather the storms of the economy?

Think real estate. 

Real estate is a solid market. It’s right there in the name: real estate is Real. A solid piece of land, and the sturdy building that sits on it? Those things aren’t going anywhere, no matter what the economy is doing. Stocks are, in a way, abstract. They’re just reflections of how a company is doing, but they’re not an actual thing.

Real estate is stable for a few reasons. One is the above-mentioned solid nature of it. Properties you’ve invested in don’t just get up and walk away.

Supply and demand also aren’t as topsy-turvy in real estate as they are in the stock market. No matter what the economy is doing, people still need places to live or do business. That’s always going to be the case. The demand is always going to be there. And the supply? That’s pretty much set. The Earth isn’t getting any bigger. The demand is more likely to outrun the supply- and that means that property you invest in is going to, if anything, increase in value. 

Even when external factors do influence the real estate market, they tend to do so much more slowly and less drastically than is the case in the stock market. Let’s talk about Berkshire Hathaway again. We already said that on the 23rd of March, it had a value of 240k per share. Want to know what it was worth three weeks befor

324k. A drop of 84 thousand dollars, in three weeks. 

Real estate doesn’t pull that kind of trick on you. If you are looking for an investment that won’t give you the run-around every other week, think about investing in properties.

 

 

 

About Pat Zackery

Pat is a real estate investor who is actively involved in the Atlanta, GA area of real estate investing for a number of years.  her 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 joint venture partners and ourselves.  It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

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 your contact information in the box at the right of the screen, and I will also give you access to a short video called Why Real Estate is An Exceptional Way To Invest“.

For more information about Pat and her investment program, please call (404) 988-6651 or email her at pat@patzackery.com or visit https://patzackery.com/