As an American taxpayer, you deserve to know that it’s your hard-earned money that’s paying for each building being used by NASA, the FDA, Congress, and even the White House – in the form of your tax dollars.
It’s money that’s coming out of your paychecks, Social Security checks, and the checks you cut to the IRS every April.
But what you may not know is that these agencies must pay exuberant amounts in rent for the properties they occupy. In fact, this rent money for over a hundred agencies has flooded into an $11.1 billion cash pool – the Treasury Department, where it’s being stockpiled in the Federal Buildings Fund.
By poring over documents in forgotten government archives, one man was able to find unorthodox investments that allow Americans to tap into this huge pool of money.
And now, he’s sharing his knowledge with anyone who wants to learn. In five simple steps, this man can show you how you, too, can collect your share of these “Federal Rent Checks.”
Get Your Share of This Billion-Dollar Cash Pool
Money Map Press‘s Technical Trading Specialist, D.R. Barton Jr., is the man behind the curtain of this “Federal Rent Checks” gold mine.
D.R. is known for being a self-made millionaire, so when he uncovers little-known “secrets” like this that could yield potentially enormous payouts, it’s smart to listen up.
The idea behind these “Federal Rent Checks” is this: because of something called Public Law 92-313, an act that required federal agencies pay for their space (equivalent to commercial rent), many government buildings and facilities, which are paid for with every American’s tax dollars, are paying ridiculous amounts of money in rent each year.
Take the FBI’s office in Albany, NY, for example: the FBI must pay $1.8 million to rent this 98,000-square-foot field office – every year. Even the National Nuclear Safety Administration has to pay a staggering $61 million a year to rent their 1.5 million-square-foot facility in Kansas City, MO.
And those are only two of the over 100 federal agencies that must pay rent every year. Where’s that money going?
Right into that $11.1 billion Federal Buildings Fund.
Five Simple Steps to “Federal Rent Checks”
It may sound like the Federal Buildings Fund is just an ever-growing, untouchable cash pool.
But, there is a genius investment tactic that could allow you to receive something D.R. Barton Jr. is calling a “Federal Rent Check” every single month.
If you have ten minutes to spare, you can follow D.R.’s five easy steps to start receiving, depending on your investment, checks initially made out for $1,795.
And that’s just to start. The best part is, the longer that you are on the distribution list for these checks, the more money you could potentially make.
Take Evgeny P., for example: two years ago, Evgeny was making around $5,108 per month in federal rent checks. Today, he’s on track to make $7,387 a month on average. Even Maddie C., was receiving $9,188 a month in federal rent checks back in 2012. Today, however, she’s on track to receive $16,046 a month – and sometimes more!
To put it simply, Public Law 92-313 helped create an opportunity for you to capitalize on the greatest path to self-made wealth that has ever existed…
And by watching this short video, you can learn how you can get your share of these checks.
Because, after all, your tax dollars paid for these buildings…
Don’t you deserve a piece of the pie?
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The Wall Street Insights & Indictments Research Team