Financial Independence as a race is an analogy that I’ve been thinking about for a while so I thought it was time to share it with all of you! And before you say “This article doesn’t apply to me since I’m not interested in financial independence,” I would say “unless you plan to work until [...]
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In a previous post, I highlighted some of the non-technical, non-financial reasons I love real estate for financial independence. Those were some of the “common sense” reasons which make real estate an attractive option for investment income.
But there’s many more reasons to pick up some rental properties. In this post, I’m going to get a little technical and discuss some of the other reasons why I love real estate as an investment.
There are 24 hours in day and 7 days in a week. Most of us spend 8+ of those hours 5+ of those days engaged in an activity that we simply don’t enjoy. Yep, I’m talking about work. Oh sure, some people love their job! I love.. err.. like my job most of the time. [...]
In the my last post, I told you how I found the path to (early) financial independence and how I got to where I am today. What I haven’t told you is where “here” is, which is the topic of discussion for today…
In today’s post I’m going to list a few of my favorite reasons for investing in real estate for retirement income. I’m not even going to go into some of the best reasons, or the technical reasons. These are just some of the common sense reasons, if you will, for why I like real estate more than most other investments. Put another way, these are the reasons which just about anybody can relate to….
When reading personal finance literature, you see a lot of terms thrown around which could easily have different meanings to different people, especially when spread across different cultures. Since we’re going to be talking a lot about Financial Independence (FI) here at The Dollar Disciple, I thought I would go ahead and define what it [...]