Rural money loans are the leverage that U.S. investors must use to balance Chinese “cash buyers” on a Real Estate buying spree all over rural America.
According to ZeroHedge.com the Chinese seem to have a particular interest in economically-depressed areas of the U.S.
China has deeper pockets to invest in rural properties/land, but we have the age-old investing strategy called “leverage.”
Therefore, American investors must make a big move to exercise its leverage muscle to get rural money loans to purchase vacant land and build in rural America.
This article is not an indictment against China for gaining control over vast tracts of U.S. territory by buying up farms and our large corporations, but against our society for allowing it.
“For example, when the Chinese purchased Smithfield Foods, they suddenly owned 460 large farms, and became the top employer in dozens of communities all over the United States.
Smithfield Foods is the largest pork producer and processor in the world. It has facilities in 26 U.S. states and it employs tens of thousands of Americans. It directly owns 460 farms and has contracts with approximately 2,100 others. But now a Chinese company has bought it for $4.7 billion, and that means that the Chinese will now be the most important employer in dozens of rural communities all over America.” – ZeroHedge.com
As a result of buying Smithfield Foods, China has positioned themselves directly in our food chain.
How much of the United States does China own?
Foreign governments hold about 46 percent of all U.S. debt held by the public, more than $4.5 trillion.
The largest foreign holder of U.S. debt is China, which owns about $1.2 trillion in bills, notes and bonds, according to the Treasury.
In total, China owns about 8 percent of publicly held U.S. debt.
While China is putting down “deep roots,” American investors must make a big push to invest in rural properties.
China does not see investing in rural America as a “crazy investment scheme” the way many Americans view leverage.
China is buying our rural properties/land, making money on it, and selling it back to us, which illustrates our economic situation is “bad” and deserves to be condemned.
The difference in the “cheap” price that China is paying for our rural land/properties is their income!
China’s rapidly increasing rural Real Estate buys are an indictment of our lack of faith and investment in our failing rural communities.
Rural money loans is a tried and true method of investing that allows rural Americans to own homes.
Using rural money loans helps us to get a secured loan to leverage the value of our home/property into a greater amount.
Here’s how: When you bought your rural homestead, you paid a certain amount for it.
And, since it continues to give you enjoyment, you hope that it will increase in value, so when you sell it you will make money.
Who does not want to do that?
When secured rural money loans are used to buy a home or improve your home, it helps to increase the value of it.
Historically, the overall value of your home increases at a greater rate than the amount of the loan!
That’s great news and that’s leverage!
With that in mind, should you get secured rural money loans to build an addition, put on a roof, get new windows, or give your house a paint job?
Whatever you decide to do, you are helping to increase the value of your rural homestead, which is an investment you can enjoy until you decide to sell, to China!?
Rural money loans allow you to further invest in your homestead inexpensively.
Secured rural money loans use the guarantee of the asset to help you secure a loan.
When a lending institution is deciding whether or not to lend you money, they look at the potential risk they are taking.
If you have nothing to offer them except your credit rating, the risk is higher than having another property, a car, some stock certificates, or collectible art.
Anything of value helps them reduce the perceived risk they are taking.
Lenders require assets (known as collateral) to potentially “take it” and earn their money back by selling it, if you are not able to make payments.
Therefore, if you want to make money on your rural homestead, and most people do, consider getting secured rural money loans to help you leverage.
Get the loans to buy a rural homestead, improve your house, and sell it for a greater amount, but not to China!
This reference article is what China is sure to read on their quest for bargain basement rural properties: To Improve Rural Economy, USDA Will Give Out Millions in Loans and Grants BY JOHN COLLINS
The following is a short excerpt …
“The Chinese have made trillions of dollars flooding our shores with super cheap products, and now they are using some of that money to buy land and property all over America. For example, there is now a proposal to construct a multi-billion dollar “China City” that would span approximately 600 acres in a remote area of New York state. This “China City” (that is actually what it would be called) would be located on Yankee Lake in Sullivan County, New York. The plans anticipate large numbers of Chinese businesses, plenty of homes for Chinese immigrants, a Chinese high school, a college, a casino and even a theme park. And the first 600 acres is only for “phase one” of the plan. Ultimately, the goal is for “China City” to cover more than 2,000 acres. Those promoting this plan say that it will be a great way for New Yorkers to learn to appreciate Chinese culture.”
Rural money loans or Government loans serve a specific purpose such as paying for education, helping with housing or, developing new rural businesses.
Loans are different than grants because they are awarded to an individual as a personal benefit or assistance.
You are required to pay back a loan, often with interest.
The federal government offers several types of loans, including:
⦁ Student loans
⦁ Housing loans, including disaster and home improvement loans
⦁ Small Business | Commercial Loans
Use the federal government’s free, official website, GovLoans.gov, for information or application forms.
The website is a guide to help you through the process.
GovLoans.gov directs you to information on loans for agriculture, Commercial Mortgages, disaster relief, education, housing, and veterans.
Eligibility – Use the online pre-screening tool.
How to apply – Each loan program has its own application process.