Author Sarah P.
A rundown of how to use creative means and little effort to make money by facilitating offline deals for purchasing and selling real estate.
If the “Graduate, Get a Job, Get Married, Have Kids” sequence is a general formula for success, does it apply to real-estate investors? I don’t think so.
I got ripped off by a contractor I’d used before, proving that one positive interaction doesn’t always indicate a bright future.
Making “the jump” was scary and empowering at the same time—the only way I can describe my first month of officially cutting the cord is exhilarating.
it has been almost exactly one year since I purchased the property that made me financially independent. A year into this, here’s what I’ve learned.
My journey to financial independence took eight properties. Let’s explore what the second deal in this story, with all of its pros and cons, looked like.
Real estate is a great way to achieve financial freedom—despite challenges. Here are a few things that’ve cost me money, time, or both in my 1st two years.
If friends, family, and even casual acquaintances don’t know you invest in real estate, you’re leaving deals on the table — period.
Financial independence is a lot less daunting when you look at one step at a time. Take a glance at one investor’s very first deal on the way to freedom.
Reaching financial independence WILL change your life dramatically. Some of its impacts, though, are less obvious than others.