Real Estate Investing – Identifying and Searching for Future Class A/Tier 1 Properties

So, lately I’ve been having lots of epiphanies when it comes to Real Estate Investing (REI), and more than ever before, I’m holding firm in my newfound belief to focus entirely (pretty much) on sticking to Class A/Tier 1 properties.

Naturally, because I made my life-changing gains via Bay Area Class A/Tier 1 rental properties, I always like to use them as an example… But astute readers

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Real Estate Investing – Learning from My Mistakes

Real life is all about learning from our mistakes, growing/improving, and if we are lucky enough to be able to do so (which I am) share our insights/wisdom/knowledge gained with others. Unfortunately, the problem with the above approach, right off the bat, is admitting to ourselves (and to the world) that we even made a mistake to begin with…

I’ve been blogging since 2012, so you don’t have to tell me twice, and I know full well by now that attempting to be upfront and honest with people is not gonna win you many fans/followers…

For the most part, people aren’t interested in the truth when it comes to early FI… Instead, they want you to feed them a happy fairytale where the entire ride is smooth sailing and there are never any major bumps in the road…

I hate to break it to you, but sometimes, it is very necessary to dwell on and reflect

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Moving On – New Beginnings (Good Riddance to Junk Properties)!

As I’ve shared with readers in previous posts (albeit very vaguely), I’ve gone through some very trying and difficult times this year. More specifically (and succinctly) — My junk properties in South Chicago were losing me money hand over fist, driving me insane, and causing endless grief/frustration. In other words, I saw the

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