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Guy on FIRE
Real Estate
real estate, passive income, investing, financial independence, FIRE, travel, house hacking
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Washington, D.C., United States
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SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
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My rental property portfolio started the year off with a bang! January was a great month for cash flow. The time commitment was modest and the eviction Saga at rental property #4 was nearing its end.  The Landlord Report – January of 2019 Hello there – welcome to another “Landlord Report”. This monthly report shares my experiences as a landlord. […] ...
Posted: Feb 18 2019 @ 7:00 AM
Welcome back to part three of the series. The first part of the series covered real estate cycles and my personal experience with them. Last week, we deliberated over real estate strategies and goals. Now that we have established the real estate basics and how to pick a strategy – let’s jump into finding real […] ...
Posted: Feb 11 2019 @ 7:00 AM
Now that we covered real estate cycles in part I, let’s discuss selecting a real estate strategy. As we previously discussed, regardless of where we are in the real estate cycle, there are always deals out there. Before you dive into finding deals, you should know what you want out of real estate. Develop an […] ...
Posted: Feb 04 2019 @ 7:00 AM
Many readers have emailed me asking how I find my real estate deals. Often, readers share their struggles of how they cannot find good deals. Sometimes readers even say there are no deals. This is a limiting belief. Deals are always out there if you are willing to look. With that said, I also share […] ...
Posted: Jan 21 2019 @ 7:00 AM
Flashback to when you were a senior in high school or college. Do you remember the second half of the year or final semester? Did you get that itching feeling where you were ready to be done? I believe many referred to this as senioritis.  Common symptoms include but are not limited to lower grades, not […] ...
Posted: Jan 17 2019 @ 7:00 AM
As many of my readers may know, I love dividend stocks and believe dividends provide a great source of passive income. Quarterly, I provide updates regarding my dividend income, dividend goals and if I buy dividend stocks. Using ‘The Dividend Report‘ section of my blog, I share the progress of my goals. I also share dividend growth stock ideas and […] ...
Posted: Jan 14 2019 @ 7:00 AM
Well, 2018 is in the books. Last week I shared with you the Landlord Report for December of 2018. This week, its time to reflect and look back at all of 2018. I truly believe having a side hustle is a must if you want to offensively build wealth. Expenses can only be cut so much […] ...
Posted: Jan 09 2019 @ 7:00 AM
My rental property portfolio enjoyed the holiday season. This month was light when it came to repairs & maintenance requests. Progress was also made in the on-going eviction Saga at rental property #4. In general, 2018 ended well for my rental property portfolio. The Landlord Report – December of 2018 Hello there – welcome to […] ...
Posted: Jan 02 2019 @ 6:30 AM


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