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.

Which Investing Srategy is the Riskiest?

Most people think investing is risky because they lack the education and experience to mitigate the risk, and therefore, for them, investing is very risky. What’s funny, and not so much in a ha-ha way, is most people who invest their money rely on someone else to do it for them in the least controllable and therefore riskiest asset class, paper, because they haven’t become financially educated enough to invest in asset classes, or formulate their own investing strategy, that offer more control.

Finally the Greatest Real Estate Minds on the Planet Reveal the Truth about Success in Real Estate

Contrary to seemingly common sense, there isn’t a whole lot that the greatest real estate minds have in common. You can find successful real estate investors from all demographics, education levels, and training backgrounds. However, the top real estate investors all have one thing in common when it comes to their success in real estate: they all follow a very similar investing system. While the technical details of each system can be different, they all focus on three key areas when selecting their investments.

Which Investment Strategy Should I Choose?

“Which real estate investment strategy should I choose?” is a question I get frequently. Should I do short sales? Should I do fix and flips? Should I do REOs? Should I do buy and holds? These are the types of questions that often find their way to my inbox, through my over-the-phone-coaching and at my live events. There are several investment strategies within real estate of which to choose that it’s understandable picking the right one for you can be difficult. Maybe this will help?

The New Definition of Wealth!

When I changed my thoughts about what it means to be financially independent, I found myself on track to actually reach “financial independence” in just a few years… as opposed to the 40+ years instilled in my mind by “traditional” thinking. I’m going to suggest you start thinking about your financial future a little differently, as well.