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Passive Income for Real Estate Now Built for Investors by Florida Housing Company

June 24, 2014

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 24, 2014

The investment income that men and women earn annually in the real estate industry often comes from home rentals for short or long-term durations. The JWB Real Estate Capital company is now building passive income for real estate investors this year at

The new sessions for training that are now accessible by investors using the company homepage now introduce the Florida investing market to beginners and advanced investors. The JWB company now owns hundreds of investment homes that are part of its rental network to build capital for investors in all parts of the country.

"We're based in Jacksonville although we work with clients throughout North America to build monthly income from the housing industry," said a JWB Real Estate Capital source.

The options for investing in rental properties that are available using the JWB website this year also include access to training videos. The passive real estate income that is now built is explained in visual training that is free of charge to any interested person seeking ways to improve annual cash flow.

"Our investing programs are alternatives to regular stocks and bonds that can frequently change in annual revenues while our rental program earn as much as 30 percent annually," said the source.

The JWB Real Estate Capital company has designed a new portal for investors to use while researching the Florida investment industry. Aside from the training now available, easier contact with housing specialists now takes place using the digital chat program to speed up any information requests.


The company has expanded its business operations to every state in North America to supply real estate investors with turnkey opportunities in the housing market. The company staff are trained and utilize new technologies to present educational information to clients. The company has redesigned all of the features available on the homepage this year to help increase success rates of housing clients who invest into company property.

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