Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to your questions about life, freedom and investing with Bowstring Co.

"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest."

- Benjamin Franklin
How much would I need to invest with you?

$0 (seriously). There are always ways in this world to make yourself of value, regardless of how much you do or don’t have in your bank account.

If you don’t have money to invest, but you have time or effort to invest, that’s incredibly valuable too and we’re happy to show you how to put that to work — either with us or on your own.

We’ve taken direct private notes and/or equity partners with investments as low as $10,000 and as high as $250,000.

Who is this for?
Good, nice people who want to get out of the rat race and learn more and try something new.

People who want to see their money do something other than sit in a bank account earning 0.1% interest.

People who won’t want to deal with the big swings in the stock market, or with a financial advisor who takes a cut regardless of how well your investment does.

And people who want to reduce their tax burden.
Do I need to be accredited to invest?
Nope. But let us know if you are, because there are a lot more opportunities available for accredited investors.
How tall are you?

6’4″ — and yes, I’m really the shortest kid in my family.

Aren’t you worried about a housing crash?
No, for a few reasons.

#1, we’re very careful in how we select markets and properties. The markets we hold properties in have strong, growing, and diverse economies with lots of industries considered to be “recession resistant” such as Defense, Healthcare, etc.

#2, we only do certain strategies in certain markets to protect against a potential crash. For instance, we love Section 8 housing in micro-markets where the tenant base may be largely from an industry that would be affected by a crash (i.e. the restaurant industry during COVID). Section 8 and other affordable housing programs ensure that the government pays the rent whether the tenant’s job gets affected by the broader economy or not.

#3, whenever the crash or the dip or whatever it may be will come (and it will eventually), everything goes on sale and we can go on a shopping spree!

#4, no matter how harsh the crash, people still need a place to live.