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Excellent idea, thanks for motivation.
I bought my first rental in 2005 and now have 5 rentals. I'm 42 and a single mom. I work part time, plus manage my rentals myself, and am homeschooling my 4.5 y/o son. I'm thinking more and more about FI and wondering when I'll be ready to ditch my part time day job? I think it will be a few more years before my rentals can fully fund my lifestyle, but every month that mortgage goes down, and I'm one step closer:) I'm also thinking about tapping into my ROTH, and perhaps starting the trad-IRA to Roth-IRA conversion as a way to help jump start FI.
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