Financial Freedom through Investing in Real Estate

Achieving financial freedom through investing in real estate is much more than an idea to dream about while on your lunch break at your 9 to 5 job. This dream can easily become a reality setting you up for an early retirement. But there is a catch! To move this idea from the dream state to a tangible reality, you must first wipe traditional ideas of money and wealth from your thought process. If you continue to follow what we have been told is the traditional path to prosperity, you will end up in a dead end trap.

Financial freedom has nothing to do with being trapped in a cycle of working for money, accumulating that money, and hoping that one day that money provides security. You may think that stockpiling your hard-earned cash in a 401k, IRA, stocks or annuities will one day give you the freedom to enjoy your life and not worry about finances. Recent history has shown that this does not work. Investing in real estate, however, is another story.

Investing in Real EstateTo achieve financial freedom, you need to consider real estate investing. Why is investing in real estate the correct path towards achieving freedom financially? First, you can start now with little risk and little to no money while keeping your full-time job. Second, rental real estate can provide you with a source of passive income each and every month slowly freeing you from the grasp of your 9 to 5 job. Third, you can leverage the equity in your properties to purchase more rental units or to fund other businesses that provide automatic, residual income.

Waiting and hoping to reach a mythological destination known as “some day” is no way to live your life. Unfortunately, that is the way the majority of people do live their lives. They feel trapped, desperate and longing for that day that they can taste financial freedom. Using sound principles and taking action today investing in real estate allows you to taste that freedom sooner rather than later. It puts your money to work for you instead of you working for your money.


  1. Danelle Allen says:

    Hey Matt,
    Sorry for all the messages (I’m in my educational phase— please forgive me), but what I was wondering about was the life plan and creating one. Is is just goal setting (using the “W” questions) or is there more to it then that?

    • Hey Danelle… you are forgiven 🙂 Seriously, ask as many questions as you want. I’d love to answer this one, however… can you clarify I bit? I don’t think I understand specifically what you’re asking.


  2. Danelle Allen says:

    Hey Matt,

    Thanks for your time, it is much appreciated.

    My question is: What does a life plan consist of? I keep hearing plan, plan, plan, specifically a life plan.

    However I am uncertain if a life plan is just goal setting. Is there more to it, that I’m missing?

    Or is it just specific goal setting, for example, I want to make one million dollars a year in passive income by the time I am forty years old. For I can retire early and be granted the freedom that money brings. For I can spend my life with my family and be able to enjoy life to the fullest, because I believe a lack of money adds unnecessary stress to one’s life. My ability to bring financial freedom to my family and live life to the fullest would add more happiness and enjoyment to my life. <—– is that all life planning is?


  3. Manage your real estate portfolio, investing in other attractive assets as they become available until you reach your freedom day.

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