Trick or Treat?: Giving out Student Loans like Candy

Trick or Treat?: Giving out Student Loans like Candy

One of the biggest lies we tell younger generations is that the path to success is paved by getting an education at an expensive university. The thought process behind this is: the better school you go to, the better job you’ll find after you graduate.

E-cow-nomics

E-cow-nomics

Want to keep your kids or grandkids occupied during the summer months off from school? Teach them the basics of economics… through cows.

The New “R&R”: Rehabbed and Ready

The New “R&R”: Rehabbed and Ready

If there’s one thing we know a lot about, it’s rehabbing houses. With more than 1,400 doors under management in our portfolio, our team is well-versed in improving the affordable homes we purchase before seeking tenants.

The Difference Between a Real Estate Investor and Real Estate Speculator

The Difference Between a Real Estate Investor and Real Estate Speculator

In our area of interest as a real estate investment company, we’ve noticed that many people confuse the terms “real estate investor” and “real estate speculator.” Both refer to those who invest in real estate in some capacity — but they differ in their motivations and strategy for real estate investment.

What Do Ancient Rome and Chicago Have in Common?

What Do Ancient Rome and Chicago Have in Common?

What does ancient Rome have to do with rent prices in Illinois?  More than you might think!  In a recent Forbes article, author Roger Valdez compared the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s “Edict on Maximum Prices” to Illinois politicians’ efforts to set rent control. 

Jim Recommends: Capitalism in America

Jim Recommends: Capitalism in America

Economic expert Ray Dalio recently wrote a good article about how stocks and bonds are in a bubble these days — in part due to inflation, which we wrote about for our May newsletter.

Father Knows Best (Usually)

Father Knows Best (Usually)

Economic expert Ray Dalio recently wrote a good article about how stocks and bonds are in a bubble these days — in part due to inflation, which we wrote about for our May newsletter.

The Bond Bubble is Going to Burst

The Bond Bubble is Going to Burst

Economic expert Ray Dalio recently wrote a good article about how stocks and bonds are in a bubble these days — in part due to inflation, which we wrote about for our May newsletter.

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Nothing in this website represents an offer to buy or sell any security or investment interest from us.  Any such offer or solicitation may only be made upon delivery of a Confidential Private Offering Memorandum (PPM).  In addition, while marketing material in this website could be interpreted as including forward-looking statements, those statements can only be read within the context of disclaimers contained in the PPM.  Hughes Private Capital, LLC is limited to accepting only Accredited Investors with a minimum of $25,000 or more for investment.  A partial definition for an accredited investor is a natural person whose individual “net worth” or joint net worth with Client’s spouse exceeds $1,000,000, excluding the value of primary residence, or a natural person who had an individual income in excess of $200,000 in each of the most two most recent years or joint income with Client’s spouse in excess of $300,000 in each of those years.

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