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Guyon_FIRE

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Name:
Guy on FIRE
Category:
Real Estate
Tags:
real estate, passive income, investing, financial independence, FIRE, travel, house hacking
Start Year:
2016

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Location:
Washington, D.C., United States
Age:
20s
Race:
Unspecified
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Real Estate
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Latest Blog Posts

Recently, I shared how I went from a negative net worth to over $500k in 4 years. The past four years have provided a great foundation for financial independence. However, I still need to think through a few items and finalize my plan. My rental properties provide great monthly income but I will need more than rental income to leave Corporate America in the dust. The following actions will get me to my ...
Posted: Aug 07 2017 @ 7:17 AM
Hello there – welcome to another “Landlord Report”. This monthly report will share my experiences as a landlord. The report will show EVERYTHING related to my rental properties and life as a landlord…. This report will actually capture the past two months; I have been busy and could not keep my regular posting schedule. I will discuss the rents that I collected, mortgage payments, and other ‘landlord items’. Other topics may include repairs, finding new tenants and any ...
Posted: Aug 04 2017 @ 8:32 AM
T.E.A.M, the acronym commonly found in sports locker rooms and offices around the country, is a cheesy saying designed to promote collaboration. In fact, my boss has this written on his whiteboard and I am forced to see this message everyday. Despite the acronym’s corny nature, the statement contains a lot of truth. The same holds true for having an all-star real estate team. You cannot expect to succeed in real estate on your own and will ...
Posted: Aug 01 2017 @ 7:24 AM
As many of my readers may know, I love dividend stocks and believe dividends provide a great source of passive income. Moving forward, I will be providing quarterly updates regarding my dividend income. Utilizing ‘The Dividend Report’ section of my blog, I will share my progress towards my dividend goals. I will also share dividend growth stock ideas and thoughts. Additionally, I will share the rational behind any future purchases or sales. Dividends are ...
Posted: Jul 21 2017 @ 5:48 AM
Hello there – welcome to another “Landlord Report”. This monthly report will share my experiences as a landlord. The report will show EVERYTHING related to my rental properties and life as a landlord…. This report will actually capture the past two months; I have been busy and could not keep my regular posting schedule. I will discuss the rents that I collected, mortgage payments, and other ‘landlord items’. Other topics may include repairs, finding new tenants and any ...
Posted: Jul 15 2017 @ 10:31 AM
Flash back to four years to 2013. I had just graduated college with five figures of student loans and about $5,000 of credit card debt. Thankfully, the credit had zero interest for 12 months; I had just signed up for it on a whim on a spring break trip. The job market was still rough at that time. I had applied to approximately 90 jobs before being hired. That said, I was fairly ...
Posted: Jul 14 2017 @ 7:37 AM
I have always thought that investing in real estate was a great way to build wealth. It just didn’t seem possible for me because I live in New York City where housing is so expensive. When I hear about people buying houses for $100,000 or $200,000, I’m a little very envious. That amount of money would be a down payment on a house in my neighborhood and I don’t live in Manhattan or ...
Posted: Jul 06 2017 @ 8:43 AM
Well, as many of you know my posting activity has dropped considerably in the past month or two. This is for many reasons. Mostly my side hustle but I have also been busy getting investment property #3 leased up (hint there were a few headaches and surprises. keep reading). The Side Hustle First my side hustle. I actively manage over 60 properties in the D.C. area and its summer time. So what? ...
Posted: Jul 05 2017 @ 7:33 AM
We have a great interview today with Colin from Building-Income. His life journey is a fascinating one. Colin struggled with debt multiple times but has overcome many hurdles and is now a successful real estate investor. Take it away Colin… – Tell me a bit about yourself? Currently, I’m a commercial real estate broker in Spokane, Washington.  My background is varied in that I’ve served in the army, earned a bachelor’s degree in ...
Posted: Jul 01 2017 @ 9:55 AM
Mad Money Monster Bio   Mr. & Mrs. Mad Money Monster Mad Money Monster is a personal finance blog chronicling one family’s journey from doing money all wrong to doing it all right. Lisa, also known as Mrs. Mad Money Monster, is the creator and resident blogger. They pride themselves as being Gen-Xers who have turned it all around and are now charting a course towards financial independence. Their traditional path to wealth ...
Posted: May 24 2017 @ 7:38 AM

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