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Remembrance Day: Honoring Sacrifices for Peace

The red poppy, inspired by the poignant war poem “In Flanders Fields,” is the enduring symbol of Remembrance Day. This crimson flower signifies life’s resilience amid war’s destruction and serves as a universal emblem of remembrance.

Ceremonies on this day involve the laying of wreaths, bugle calls, and a moment of silence. People wear the red poppy to express gratitude and respect for those who served and sacrificed.

Remembrance Day goes beyond reflection; it calls for action. It reminds us of war’s human cost and underscores the importance of peace. It symbolizes a global commitment to honor those who paid the price for freedom, and we pledge to never forget this commitment.

In the United Kingdom and Canada, organizations distribute poppies, with funds supporting veterans and their families. These acts of remembrance bring communities together to express gratitude and contribute to veterans’ welfare.

Remembrance Day is a solemn day to remember the past, honor servicemen and women, and strive for a peaceful future. It unites us in honoring the brave who sacrificed for peace, reinforcing our commitment to a world where such sacrifices are unnecessary.

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Buying for Bargains


In most markets, prices are largely inflexible. Whatever the market value of gold is at a given moment, you’re stuck with it. Same with stocks- if Microsoft’s stocks are trading at 200 dollars, that’s what you’re paying. You can’t really haggle. Real estate, however, is a different story.

It’s not uncommon for properties to be sold for under their market value. This leads to situations of instant equity.

Instant equity is a phenomenon that occurs when you purchase something at a discount. When you purchase a property for less than its market value, you automatically increase your net worth. This is because, if you were to sell or refinance the property later, it would be worth more than you paid for it, and you would gain that difference.

Because of this, properties that provide you with instant equity are a good investment. The equity you have from these properties can provide a financial buffer in case of problems with them. 

So, it seems obvious that buying at a discount is a smart decision. However, you might still be wondering why people choose to sell their properties for less than market value. As it happens there are a multitude of reasons someone might choose to undercharge for what they own. 

They might be experiencing financial difficulties that require that they liquidate their assets sooner rather than later. In that instance, they would be more interested in moving the property quickly and efficiently, rather than for top dollar. Someone might be going through a divorce and needing to sell their house in order to settle the case. It can even be as simple as someone inheriting a property they don’t want, and trying to sell quickly simply to wash their hands of it.

Regardless of the reason, people selling their properties on the cheap is a great opportunity for you as an investor. If you’re able to buy at a discount you’re already better off than you were before. Real estate is a rare example of a market where you can barter, and this can be used to your advantage. For this reason and more, real estate is a great choice for investing.








Hedge Against Inflation:

 Real estate is often considered a hedge against inflation. As the cost of living increases, the value of real estate and rental income can also rise, providing a level of protection against the eroding effects of inflation.


Jake and Leanna are actively involved in the Greater Philadelphia Market area real estate investing for a number of years. Their 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 their investor partners and themselves. It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

Jake and Leanna 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, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Jake and Leanna.

For more information about Jake and Leanna and their investment program, please call (610) 795-5307. and email them at
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