I bought my first note in 1976 and have done almost everything that can be done with them. They’re great as long as you know which way is north on that map.
Author Jeff Brown
This calendar year, 2018, plans are to spend another $5-10 million on more of the same. I’m all in with my own capital. Here’s why.
Case study continued: Follow how two 30-somethings can feasibly set themselves up for around $270,000/year, both sources completely tax-free.
Case study: Follow how two 30-somethings can feasibly set themselves up for around $270,000/year or so, both sources completely tax-free.
Put 10 investors in a room & they’ll come up with 11 definitions of real estate investment risk—and far more ways to assess that risk. But what’s accurate?
Meet Mark and Lexie. Let’s say they both have $100,000 to invest in real estate and 25 years to make things happen. How do their strategies fair?
No matter how clever you are, there are things you just CAN’T know about real estate when starting out. Here’s why a good mentor is invaluable to success.
Using the 4 pillars of wealth-building, there are MANY ways to use synergistic strategies to ensure a comfortable retirement. Here’s how!
Think your 401K can sustain you through retirement? You may want to think again — and explore how this easy, mundane strategy can produce amazing results.
Is a 401K the best way to set yourself up for retirement? Take a closer look here — and learn why you may want to explore real estate investments instead!
What’s YOUR strategy when it comes to retirement? If you want a more comfortable income than your 401K can provide, check out this real life case study!
Is your retirement strategy to accumulate a bunch of rentals to hold onto indefinitely? Before you put all your eggs in that basket, read this!
Wish I could give these “commandments” in order, but over the decades I’ve learned it doesn’t work that way. There…