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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

Many people dream about making a six-figure income. And why wouldn’t they' But what about saving six-figures and achieving a net worth of $100,000' After all, its not what you earn but what you keep that matters. I reached a 6-figure net worth by age 25. Many others have done the same.  Most anyone can reach … Continue reading 6 Steps to Saving a 6-Figure Net Worth ...
Posted: Dec 12 2017 @ 10:45 PM
November could not come fast enough. The previous month was a bloodbath. October 2017 was marked by raccoons, never ending plumbing problems and replacing a furnace. Oh, I almost forgot the partial vacancy and negative cash flow. Thankfully, November was an average month for my rental property portfolio. There were a few minor maintenance items. Nothing … Continue reading The Landlord Report – November of 2017 ...
Posted: Dec 04 2017 @ 7:30 AM
Robert Kiyosaki is a world renowned  real estate investor and best selling author. Some of his most notable works include Rich Dad, Poor Dad and Cash Flow Quadrant. Many of his teachings are great. In fact, his book  Cash Flow Quadrant was the basis for my post Passive Income: The Holy Grail of Financial Independence and Retiring Early. However… Robert … Continue reading "Robert Kiyosaki is Wrong: My House IS an Asset & Carl’s NOT ...
Posted: Nov 15 2017 @ 7:19 AM
This past month was my most trying month as a landlord. When it rains it pours and it was like a hurricane in October 2017 for my rental property portfolio. Too soon for a hurricane joke? I had the privilege of dealing with raccoons, never ending plumbing problems, and my first vacancy in years. If … Continue reading "The Landlord Report – October 2017" ...
Posted: Nov 06 2017 @ 6:52 AM
6 Saturdays and A Sunday The average week consists of 7 days. Everyone has a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. And most people are living for the weekend. Or rather, working for their weekends. Sound familiar? Fairly common, right? Well, this concept does not apply to me. Or at least when I reach financial … Continue reading "The Two Day Week: 6 Saturdays and a Sunday" ...
Posted: Nov 01 2017 @ 7:40 AM
Hey everyone! I hope the fall season is treating you well and you have not overdosed on pumpkin flavored options flooding the market. Today we have a special guest today, Patty Moore from @WorkMomLife. Patty and I had an interesting conversation a while back. In real estate, we talk about refinancing to lower monthly payments through lower interest rates and resetting the amortization schedule. We also use refinancing to pull cash ...
Posted: Oct 21 2017 @ 8:03 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. I will discuss the rents that I collected, mortgage payments, and other ‘landlord items’. Other topics may include repairs, finding new tenants and any other items that might randomly … Continue reading "The Landlord Report – September 2017" ...
Posted: Oct 13 2017 @ 10:40 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: Oct 13 2017 @ 10:40 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: Oct 07 2017 @ 10:38 AM
House hacking’s popularity has increased over the past few years. Bloggers and podcasts alike are discussing the topic. Twitter is tweeting about house hacking. Heck, house hacking allowed me to go from a negative net worth to over $500,000 in 4 years. But…. What is a House Hack or House Hacking? Simple. House hack noun – an owner occupied property that keeps the owner’s cost of living low. This is achieved by renting out extra rooms or ...
Posted: Oct 02 2017 @ 6:17 AM

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