Jacober came to the US with only a dream and $100 in his pocket. Against all odds, he achieved the American dream in just a few short years and then was committed to helping his friends do the same.
The Sharing Economy
The share and “gig” economy has whet America’s appetite for business as platforms like Airbnb, Uber, and Etsy make it easy for users to experiment with risk-free entrepreneurial endeavors. But CEO Marcos Jacober took this trend to the next level with a unique and creative business model that lowers the user’s financial risk even further!
Jacober is helping young entrepreneurs enter the real estate industry by using two powerful business formulas: one involves renting apartments which are then re-rented on the Airbnb platform. The other is a highly profitable yet fairly obscure real estate investment strategy using tax liens and tax deeds. This approach allows Entrepreneurs to purchase low-cost investment properties and immediately turn them over for rent using Airbnb.
“It is almost impossible to break into real estate without connections or capital. This formula provides an opportunity for young entrepreneurs and makes real estate investments attainable…”
…says Jacober whose passion for helping the disadvantaged stems from his experience as an underprivileged immigrant. Jacober came to the US with only a dream and $100 in his pocket. Against all odds, he achieved the American dream in just a few short years and then was committed to helping his friends do the same.
Here’s How the Strategy Works:
Every week, counties in the United States sell properties for pennies on the dollar just to collect the taxes owed. In addition, you can lend money to counties risk-free, with returns up to 50% a year guaranteed and backed by state law.
Jacober’s formula has helped small businesses and young or disadvantaged entrepreneurs build profitable careers in real estate investing and he is on a mission to help people achieve success and happiness through real estate endeavors.
“This is only the beginning of what is possible. In the coming years we will begin to see other gig platforms combined with business strategies in creative ways that will totally disrupt the industry by creating something new.”
– Marcos Jacober
In An Interview/Article, Jacober Can Share:
- How this unique business model helps disadvantaged entrepreneurs
- How the gig economy will change in the coming years
- The growing trend of risk-free entrepreneurial endeavors