Ridiculously Easy, Market-Beating Investment Property

Knox created Frictionless Ownership® to make owning investment property as simple as owning a share of stock

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Knox is the frictionless way to turn a property you already own into a market-beating, safe investment that delivers passive cash flow and superior wealth creation.

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Your home continues to grow in value. Build wealth dramatically faster than you would with stocks and bonds.

Opportunity Knox

Our income property investments beat the S&P 500 by multiples

To validate the performance potential of our proprietary approach for turning homes into passive investment properties, Knox conducted a market study leveraging publicly available data from the Case-Schiller index of national home prices and historical performance of the S&P 500. The data show that if an investment property could have been placed in the Knox program in 1998, it would have produced a 547% greater profit than the same investment made in the S&P 500 over a 20 year period.

Findings: A $100,000 investment made in an S&P 500 index fund in Q3 1998, in Q3 2018, is valued at $251,204. If that same $100,000 had been invested in the Knox program in 1998, today, the cash value of that investment is $926,932. A ratio of 3.69 to 1, or a 547% greater profit. The investment in the Knox program beat the S&P by $675,728 over 20 years. These results are plotted in Figure 1.