What if you could invest in real estate, pay off all your debt, save more money, then reach financial independence all within 10 years? Reshawn and Rob from Learn Hustle Grow have used their real estate savvy to do just this. Check out our interview with them to learn more about their investment strategies and how they reached FIRE in their 40s.
Real Estate Investing
Real estate investing is a great way for investors to build a powerful portfolio of passive income. After years of successfully investing in stocks and equities, I decided real estate needed to become a significant part of my portfolio. In my last article, 4 Tips On Finding The Best Places to Invest in Real Estate, […]
When you are getting started investing in real estate, it can be frightening to imagine the worst case scenario. With so much money on the line, what happens if something goes wrong? The truth is setbacks and failures are a part of learning. There is a way to recover and grow strong. Hear this story about the biggest financial setback in my life.
Homeownership is a major part of the American Dream. For many families, their home’s value is their wealth or makes up the majority of their net worth. June is National Homeownership Month and made me reflect on my own home buying experience and how I used home renovations to personally increase my family’s net worth […]
Real estate is the investment of choice for many because it is one of the few asset classes that enjoy favorable tax treatment. Reducing your taxes is an important part of building your net worth, and a Section 1031 exchange is one of many great real estate tax strategies to do just that. If done […]
Nothing beats real estate advice from the experts. To help answer any questions you might have, we’re happy to present an interview with the Charm City Buyers, a professional real estate investing couple based in Baltimore, MD.
Turnkey real estate investing is one of the easiest ways to become a real estate investor, but is it worth the tradeoffs? We’ll explain what turnkey real estate is, does it make sense as part of your financial journey, and how to get started if it does.