How I Created an Additional $7,000/Mo. Cash Flow in 4 Years!

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@Donna Moore you know, I am not sure about other options. My older son happens to work there and deals exclusively with the largest investors. Yes, you have to be an accredited investor, net worth of $1 million less your personal home equity. I have only done that one opportunity zone deal as my son said it was the holy grail of deals and also I wanted to avoided additional cap gains in 2019 as I already had 5 flips. If and when you do get there, there are many good deals in this format and it will TRUELY be PASSIVE. There are many deals to choose from and you want experienced sponsors, not new comers.

Thanks for the story, Todd!  As an Agent and a newer investor, I love stories like this because I have a terrible habit of thinking, 'Man, starting at 29 is too late,' but I understand fully that it's not and there's still (hopefully!) plenty of time to keep trucking and get to my freedom number, even if I think my urge to work will never allow me to get there anyway.

@Randall Weatherall I had two primary homes climbing the ladder, and then built a house at 31 years old. So, in a sense I was investing but truly until age 34 and then I released the BEAST. So, get on this now and do NOT wait another day

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