Grab Hidden 192% Profit In The Mass Real Estate Buy-Up

A Texas home sold for $300,000 above asking price, and it was still a tight race. A Boston couple visited about 100 homes in a year and their only winning offer was $90,000 over asking. A home in Seattle appraised for $745,000 and sold for $125 million. The buyer didn't even see it in person. Welcome to America's wild real estate market.

Anyone is lucky to catch a break here. But even if you're sitting on the sidelines, one of the best stocks to buy now offers a backdoor play with 192% potential.

As stories like these – and hundreds of others – hit home, the real "winner" of this speculative frenzy creeps along in the shadows. It's far from the headlines and well away from the mainstream investing "radar."

Home prices are clearly spiking. But there's a disconnect between those prices and their true "value." When that happens, a home may not be a smart investment. And yet, a "smart" home – a living, breathing "data" organism that you can command and control from the screen of your smartphone – may be a brilliant move. This is true for homebuyers -- and for investors like you and me.

Just a few short years ago, "smart homes" were talked about in the same context as flying cars, robotic taxis, groceries by drones, and robot soldiers. These innovations were exciting and cool to talk about, but they remained very much things of "tomorrow."

But in the blink of an eye, smart homes are becoming normal. Thirty-something millennials are settling down with families, and the more-numerous, tech-savvy Generation Z folks are right behind. Soon, a smart home will simply be "home."

Innovation leads to opportunity – and there's one company we believe will cash in big. In fact, we believe shares of this company could triple in the next 12 months. And the stock will go even higher from there. If you grab some of these shares today, you'll look back and see you made a "smart" move. It may even finance a home of your own.

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