Deal or REAL Deal? How Do You Know the Difference?

It’s a common expression, The Real Deal. We use it all the time, that guy is the real deal, this car is the real deal, that Gucci Bag is the real deal.

It means authentic, worthwhile, respectable, and it’s completely subjective.

So when it comes to real estate, how do you tell the deals from the real deals? Here’s how…

If You’re Saving Your Money, You’re Losing Money… Daily!

Everybody likes money saved for a rainy day. I do, too. But! Are you saving for a rainy day, a rainy month, a rainy year, or even a rainy decade? It would seem that the more you had saved the better, right? Not necessarily so. Funds sitting idle in your bank are losing value daily due to inflation. Real estate preserves the value of your money, but it also protects your income. Here’s how.

5 Reasons EVERYONE Should Invest in Real Estate

Most people think of real estate in one form, a personal residence, but real estate comes in many shapes, and most importantly, price points. Because of that, whatever your income, you have the opportunity to invest, reduce taxes, earn money, and create a tangible savings account.

Real estate can add money to your pocket in a multitude of ways, but today, I’m going to share the top 5 reasons everyone should invest in real estate.

Cash Flow Income Properties with No Credit, Loan or Down Payment

Grow your income property investment portfolio without the need to deal with mortgages and lenders. In fact, you can even build a nice stable of cash flow income properties without using your own money or credit. I know this sounds far-fetched but it absolutely can be accomplished.

The 401K Withdrawal and What they Don’t Want You to Know

The 401k experiment has been a an absolute disaster for most people. When the market crashed in 2008, investors saw years of dedicated savings get wiped out. This is forcing Americans to cut back on their lifestyles and delay retirement even later. It’s not their fault. They were just doing what they were told to do using a totally inappropriate plan to save for retirement. A 401k withdrawal makes sense for most people because it has two HUGE inherent problems…

Buy and Hold Multi-Family vs. Single Family

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.

Financial Freedom – How to Finally Get It!

Have you been working at this “financial freedom” thing for a while? Want to know how to finally get it? If you are ready to leave behind failing ideologies and shift your thinking, you’ve got a chance. Ready? Let’s get started on the true path to financial freedom.