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Reason #5/6 : Retirement planning and an Asset

We all want to retire freely at one point or another. Some much sooner than others.


Real estate is a great way to work into your retirement plan by using these assets that pay you an income so that you don't have to continue working up until 65 or beyond.


AND so that later in life you don't have the fear that your money will be depleted if you have a constant source that comes in.

Real estate actually has the power to do this and it's done this many times over. I'm not all about reinventing the wheel, but what I AM about is trying to find ways to implement these strategies for other people to gain freedom and diversify outside of traditional asset investing.

You can invest passively into real estate as an LP (Limited partner) and continue to recycle your investment profits into further deals to continue that consistent cash flow.


Or perhaps you can own rentals that pay you cash flow each month. As long as someone lives there, you can continue to keep putting cold hard cash into your pockets.

This is also considered an asset since it not only increases in value; it also pays you by being considered a stable and secure investment.


So far we've discussed all things from leverage, extra income, shelter as a necessity, stable investments, retirement planning and as an asset.


Next up! Tax savings/benefits.

If you want to win, let’s win together!


P.s. its my birthday today! Have some fun this week for me! Preferably not in a grocery store like the ummm below. 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽



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