A “buy and hold” strategy is ultimately what leads most investors to their wealth and financial independence. You’d be hard pressed to find someone to argue against that statement. “What?” to buy and hold, however, could raise some healthy arguments for sure. Both have their pros and cons. Now having participated in both, I’ll share my “real world” experience and then you can decide which is best for you.
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According to author Kenneth Fisher’s book, there are ten roads of how to become a millionaire. Or, more specifically per the title of his book, there are Ten Roads to Riches. After reading his book and learning how the wealthy got there, I left with an assured feeling of what I’m doing with my real estate investing is the right thing. Not only was investing in real estate one of those roads to riches, it was clearly the easiest road. So, if you’re wondering how to become a millionaire… investing in real estate provides the best odds.
To become a millionaire in real estate investing, there are four stages one must progress through. The first stage is…
A proper real estate investing education is critical to an investor’s success, and perhaps the greatest learning comes from implementing that education in the real world. Real life application of that real estate investing education provides a certain type of education that no classroom could ever match. Secondarily, learning from others’ experiences can accelerate one’s learning like nothing else. It has been said, “Learn from others mistakes’ (and I would add others’ successes, as well) as we won’t be here long enough to make them all on our own.” In the spirit of increasing the financial literacy of the world, we’d like to think we’re doing our part by beginning a new series today… The Epic Files! Enjoy.
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How to invest ‘Subject to’? is a question that puzzles many investors, especially when it comes to beating the “due on sale” clause. The answer to the question “how to invest ‘subject to” is not a complicated one. As long as you are clear with regard to what “subject to” is, it’s not as difficult to execute as it may seem. If you know how to explain it to the seller, and what steps to take to protect you and the seller, you can use the ‘subject to’ strategy over and over with minimal risk to build your real estate portfolio.
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A real deal is defined as a property that meets YOUR criteria and a seller that will meet YOUR terms. As there are a wide array of finding properties that will meet your criteria, there is only one way to find property owners that will sell to you on your terms.