How to Make Money Investing in Real Estate in 2019

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Today’s guest post comes from Kurtis Wilcox. While we continue to experience one of the longest bull markets in history, its only natural that many people are nervous to invest. However, there are always new opportunities to capitalize on and additional money to be made. Here are a few of the best ways to make money investing in real estate in 2019.Read More “How to Make Money Investing in Real Estate in 2019”

How to Get Started in Real Estate Investing to Become Financially Independent

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Today’s guest post comes from Ben Mizes, who generously offered to write some great content on how to get started in real estate investing to become financially independent. Although I currently own only one rental unit, real estate will most definitely play a factor in my financial independence journey. Enjoy!


20 years ago, you needed serious money to get started in real estate investing.… Read More “How to Get Started in Real Estate Investing to Become Financially Independent”

How to Achieve a 50% Savings Rate (or Better!)

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The legendary 50% savings rate – for some it seems unattainable. But, the truth of the matter is that it’s just simple math. The math is the easy part, though. In order for this to actually work you will have to (1) track your spending, (2) control each expense category, and (3) save the difference.

This post will show you exactly how much you can spend at various income levels in each of your expense categories in order to achieve a 50% savings rate (or better).… Read More “How to Achieve a 50% Savings Rate (or Better!)”

Real Estate: From Zero to Financial Independence

Real Estate: From Zero to Financial Independence

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Let me start by saying that real estate is not for everyone. Real estate is much more time-consuming than index fund investing. Additionally, properties need repairs, tenants aren’t always great, and leverage can be scary. … Read More “Real Estate: From Zero to Financial Independence”