Buying Back Time Through Financial Independence

Earlier this week I met with a client at their office. Two of my co-workers accompanied me in an effort to grow the relationship between our firms. After the meeting, my two co-workers and I visited the Starbucks next door. While enjoying overpriced iced coffees (thanks corporate expense account) we debriefed the meeting and shot the breeze. We all agreed … Continue reading Buying Back Time Through Financial Independence

Solidifying and Automating My Way to Financial Independence

Recently, I shared how I went from a negative net worth to over $500k in 4 years. The past four years have provided a great foundation for financial independence. However, I still need to think through a few items and finalize my plan. My rental properties provide great monthly income but I will need more than rental … Continue reading Solidifying and Automating My Way to Financial Independence

Landlord Report – July 2017

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 Landlord Report – July 2017

Together Everyone Achieves More: Building an All-Star Real Estate T.E.A.M.

T.E.A.M, the acronym commonly found in sports locker rooms and offices around the country, is a cheesy saying designed to promote collaboration. In fact, my boss has this written on his whiteboard and I am forced to see this message everyday. Despite the acronym's corny nature, the statement contains a lot of truth. The same holds true for having an all-star … Continue reading Together Everyone Achieves More: Building an All-Star Real Estate T.E.A.M.