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real estate, passive income, investing, financial independence, FIRE, travel, house hacking
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February was a much calmer than last month; this was much appreciated after the countless repairs and barely turning a profit. In fact, this was a very quite month on the landlord front. Perhaps, this was the universe’s gift to me as I turned another year older in February. Either way, I am not complaining. … Continue reading The Landlord Report – February 2018 ...
Posted: Mar 05 2018 @ 5:30 AM
Life is full of decisions and is more complicated than simply saying yes and no. Life is not binary. You could even say there are 50 shades of grey in life. The latin meaning of the word decide literally means ‘to cut off’. When you make a decision you cut off or kill all other … Continue reading Suboptimal Decisions, Humanism & Meditation ...
Posted: Feb 26 2018 @ 7:52 AM
Tracking rental property expenses is important. Sure, this may not be the sexiest part of being a landlord but it’s necessary. Every dollar you spend lowers your taxable income. Tracking your rental expenses throughout the year will help. You will thank yourself during tax season. Over the years of being a landlord, owning rental property, … Continue reading How to track rental property expenses ...
Posted: Feb 13 2018 @ 9:52 AM
Well, this year started off with a bang and I am not referring to the fun, awesome kind. Washington, D.C. experienced the coldest winter in over 50 years. The temperatures hit negative 18 degrees with the wind chill. Burrrr. My rental property portfolio and I are glad to see January in the rear view mirror. … Continue reading The Landlord Report – January of 2018 ...
Posted: Feb 05 2018 @ 5:00 AM
There is no secret formula for building wealth. Simply put, you build wealth by spending less than you make. Then save and invest the difference. Follow these steps and you’ll become rich over time. Building wealth is like filling a bucket with money. Wealth is generated when the bucket fills up, and there are two levers that … Continue reading Offensively Building Wealth Through Earnings & Investing ...
Posted: Jan 29 2018 @ 2:12 PM
There are many benefits to owning rental properties and being a landlord.  Both the tax benefits and primarily passive income are great. However, being a landlord is not all sunshine and cash flow. Many people shy away from owning rental property because of a potential vacancy, repair or maintenance. Vacancies are part of the business and inevitable. … Continue reading 5 Tips to Fill a Vacancy & 2 Tips to Avoiding Future ...
Posted: Jan 22 2018 @ 10:00 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 … Continue reading Q4-2017 Dividend – The Dividend Report ...
Posted: Jan 15 2018 @ 3:42 PM
Its the start to a new year. Motivation is high and people want to make the most of the year.  We have 8 ways for you to crush 2018, achieve financial success, and make the most of the year. Half the country may be frozen, but spring is fast approaching. Senioritious could for college seniors … Continue reading 8 ways to crush it after graduation, in your 20s & beyond ...
Posted: Jan 08 2018 @ 12:33 PM
December was an uneventful month as a landlord. This was much welcomed after the past two months were busier than normal. The extra down time was also appreciated. The renovation at rental property #4 is almost done. I look forward to finding renters later in January.  December was also a decent month  for my rental property portfolio. Two … Continue reading The Landlord Report – December of 2017 ...
Posted: Jan 01 2018 @ 8:12 PM
What gets measured gets done or what get measured gets improved are two common sayings. Both statements apply to goal setting. We are unlikely to achieve our goals and go where we want to be without establishing goals S.M.A.R.T. goals. S.M.A.R.T. Goals A goal must be written or documented. Otherwise, there is no way to … Continue reading Goals from 2017 & The 2018 Goal Challenge ...
Posted: Dec 25 2017 @ 12:57 PM


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