Carlos A. Solares, Principal
Carlos A. Solares's experience, spanning more than 30 years, includes real estate property management, accounting and finance.
Carlos assists investors in choosing tools to participate in real estate projects in order to preserve capital, reduce taxes and create reliable sources of income in diversified fields to mitigate risk.
Carlos specializes in investment grade properties leased to credit tenants on a long term basis, with locations throughout the United States.
Master in Business Administration, U.C.L.A.
B.S. in Business Administration, U.C.L.A.
Licenses and Certifications
Certified Public Accountant, State of Montana (Active)
Real Estate Broker, California
Securities Principal, FINRA Series 24, 7, 22, 63 & 65
Registered Investment Advisor
Appointments & Affiliations
- Hollywood PAC Committee, California Redevelopment Agency
- State Director, California Association of Realtors
- Chairman Commercial Real Estate Committee, Beverly Hills/Greater Los Angeles Association of Realtors
- Marketing Committee, Real Estate Investment Securities Association
- Member, Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives
- Member, Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce
- Director, South Gate Chamber of Commerce
- Member & Speaker, International Council of Shopping Centers
- Member, Latin Business Association
- Member, California Association of CPAs
How to get financial independence?
- Develop a reliable source of passive income.
- Allow that source to work for you.
- Keep abreast of your alternatives.
See the Walgreens at the top of the page? That can be a money machine!
- The building is rented by Walgreens who pays rent to the landlord.
- Walgreens also pays for the taxes, insurance, maintenance, etc.
- The landlord is free from management duties.
- The landlord receives a "net rent" from a reliable source.
If the investor has a good accountant, the landlord may protect from taxes most of his income for a number of years.