Last week, I released The Real Estate Investor Web Series, a reality-style show that follows my business partner Shauwn and I as we acquire rental real estate. The episode focused on the Glendora Deal, a nice little bread and butter rental property in San Antonio. People loved the video, but they wanted to see more [...]
Last week I did something that I never before imagined was possible. I made more money with a few phone calls than I did in my entire first year as a blogger.
I've made several comments over the years recommending real estate investing as the most powerful form of passive income. The reason it's so powerful compared to other passive income sources such as stocks, blogging, or bulk candy vending is: there are six ways it makes you money.
I find it interesting that wisdom is often clearly laid out before everyone in a book or a lecture, and few truly understand it. It's just as Napoleon Hill wrote in "Think and Grow Rich" when he hinted that one needs to re-read the book several times; and even then, the wisdom can only be captured when a person is ready to hear it.
One of the greatest things about real estate investing is that anyone can do it. People think they need money or credit to become a real estate investor, but that is simply not the case.
Is $200 a month a lot of money? How you answer this question speaks to your level of financial sophistication.