If you’re reading this sentence, odds are you’re the hungry, ambitious entrepreneur who will see a million dollars in the next few years (if you haven’t already.) And if you are (you are), then you’ve probably heard of TED Talks, the inspirational—and insanely popular—short-form conference-style videos that range across all sorts of topics and all fall under 18 minutes in length.
Short term, Airbnb-style rentals may be popular, but that doesn’t make them a sustainable real estate investment strategy. Airbnb may wind up winning the legal battle for short-term rental landlords in many areas. Still, that won’t ensure the sustainability of this strategy for buy and hold or retirement investing. The high rents may be alluring to investors, and the destinations…
Everyone has dreams, right? You might have outgrown that tiny cubicle of yours. You might have just gotten out of college. And you want more to life. You want to do more with your life besides work to death for a living. You want to start your own company. Become an entrepreneur, a creator, not a consumer.
The coveted real estate investment question: Flipping or Renting? There are people that make $80,000+ a year flipping houses, and then there are those that earn $10,000 a year by renting them out. So which option is best? Well, before we dive into the answer, there are a few questions that need to be answered first.
Can money buy you happiness? Picture this: you’re trying to pay down your debt, or you’re trying to save money for Financial Independence, or you just don’t want to spend any money because of so and so. You’ve been doing so good the past couple of days and then bam!