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New Construction vs. Existing Rental Property

New Construction vs. Existing Rental Property

What's better: existing or new construction rental property? Like with most real estate answers: "It depends." Before we look at your trade-offs with each type, understand that new construction turnkey property was almost non-existent until recently. That's because...

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What’s A Cap Rate?

What’s A Cap Rate?

If you own real estate that you rent to someone else, understand a real estate “cap rate”. Here’s why it matters to you. A real estate Capitalization Rate - or Cap Rate - is simply income divided by price. Let me get formulaic on you. But don’t worry. I’ll get more...

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How “The Fed” Works In 3 Minutes

How “The Fed” Works In 3 Minutes

In the video below, I explain how “the Fed” works in just three minutes. Following the Fed is not a great spectator sport like watching the NBA Finals or seeing motorcycles jump off ramps. But their decisions affect your interest rate - which is your cost of money....

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Why You Must Acquire Wealth

Why You Must Acquire Wealth

Which group of people are typically better humans - members of a wealthy group or a poor group? Some say that money is the root of all evil. No, lack of money is the root of all evil. In the history of the world, no one has ever pulled up in a Rolls Royce to rob a...

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What’s Better: $100 Cash Or $100 Equity?

What’s Better: $100 Cash Or $100 Equity?

Here’s your hundred dollar bill. How would you rather take possession of it? $100 cash $100 of real estate equity? With $100 cash, you can treat your family to a meal, buy fifty pounds of avocados, fix your cracked phone screen, or invest it for, say, a 10% rate of...

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Live Before You Die

Live Before You Die

If you work for a salary or a wage, then money is an important factor in your life. So there you are, making between $60,000 and $150,000 per year. You’ve got a good home, steady employment, you drive a decent car. Sometimes you even feel

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Using Your Home Like An ATM

Using Your Home Like An ATM

Should you use your home as an ATM? That is, pull out the equity and either put it in the bank or invest into more income property? Let’s summarize the pros and cons of making an equity transfer out of your home and into income

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How To Become Wealthy

How To Become Wealthy

"Get your money to work for you." That's the myth of the middle class. It sounds good. But it won't create wealth. A generation of 401(k) investors have discovered that. Why doesn’t it work? Inflation, emotion, taxes, fees, and volatility. Though compound interest...

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Why Your Property Could Never Appreciate

Why Your Property Could Never Appreciate

Your property might never appreciate in value. Yet at the same time, this property can increase your affluence, even if it provides zero income or tax efficiency. All else equal, how could that be true? It’s because you are confusing appreciation with inflation....

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7 Minutes To A Wealthy Mindset

7 Minutes To A Wealthy Mindset

“Being wealthy is a choice.” The first time I read this was in a Robert Kiyosaki book. I don’t actually remember which book that was, but I do remember my reaction to that statement: “That can’t be true. It’s not that simple. You can’t just choose.” That’s what I...

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