How to Survive the Upcoming Holiday Season with Finances Intact

It’s been a really strange year with Covid-19 wreaking havoc across the world. For many, the upcoming holidays are a huge source of stress as we are all navigating unchartered territory and trying to keep our loved ones safe while trying to keep family traditions intact. The holidays are expensive, and perhaps this year theyContinue reading “How to Survive the Upcoming Holiday Season with Finances Intact”

4 Things to Look Forward to When You Reach Financial Freedom!

Financial independence, commonly understood to be the point at which a person no longer needs to work to support their basic financial needs, is all the rage these days. Financial independence means different things to different people and everyone’s definition of ‘enough’ money is unique to their situations and tastes. Regardless of what your personalContinue reading “4 Things to Look Forward to When You Reach Financial Freedom!”

Why I Quit Boutique Fitness…

Before the pandemic hit, I was spending a lot of time and money taking expensive spinning and bootcamp classes. I loved the music, high energy, and escape from winter weather, so I allowed myself this indulgence because I justified it as self-care. Fast forward to March 2020, many gyms and boutique studios closed for goodContinue reading “Why I Quit Boutique Fitness…”

5 Strategies to Accelerate Your Path to Financial Freedom

Financial freedom, the notion that you don’t have to work for money if you so choose, means putting money to work for you. My partner and I reached partial financial freedom (one of us still chooses to work) after about 5 years of real estate investing. We have far more control over our time andContinue reading “5 Strategies to Accelerate Your Path to Financial Freedom”

4 Strategies to Reduce Tenant Turnover

Tenant turnover is one of the biggest expenses and hassles a landlord will deal with. Finding quality tenants takes time & money. Once you have quality tenants in your unit, it is in your best interest to keep them there for any many years as possible. Here are 4 ways to reduce tenant turnover! TakeContinue reading “4 Strategies to Reduce Tenant Turnover”

5 Common Myths about Becoming a Landlord

Before I started my journey to financial freedom through real estate investing, people told me horror stories about being a landlord. From 2AM calls with broken toilets to tenants trashing my property, people had me thinking being a landlord would land me into a heap of misery. Fast forward 3 years and almost $15k aContinue reading “5 Common Myths about Becoming a Landlord”

3 Simple Ways to Get Started in Real Estate Investing

Do you dream about creating a real estate investment portfolio where you can earn money while you sleep? Are you seeking to diversify your investment portfolio with tangible assets that generate steady income and generous tax write-offs? If you’ve dreamed of getting started in real estate investing, here are 3 simple tips to get youContinue reading “3 Simple Ways to Get Started in Real Estate Investing”

5 Rules for Investing & Saving Under a Biden Presidency

After a nail bitting (and still somewhat contested) nearly week long saga, America has a new President Elect, Joe Biden. As election results poured in, analysts and bankers anxiously awaited the American press to make the all-important projection of a winner, knowing the outcome will have a serious impact on global markets for years toContinue reading “5 Rules for Investing & Saving Under a Biden Presidency”

Net Worth vs. Income-What Matters Most?

If you are on the road to financial freedom, or simply looking to improve your personal financial situation, you need tools to measure your success. In addition to providing meaningful information about your finances, these tools also serve as motivation as you watch your personal portfolio grow over time! But what are the metrics thatContinue reading “Net Worth vs. Income-What Matters Most?”

Financial freedom is a choice…

Life is about trade offs. There are limits on our time, energy, and money. Even the world’s richest billionaires have to decide where to invest their assets for maximum growth and to mitigate risk. Some may think that financial freedom is a path only open to a select few. Perhaps someone who worked their wayContinue reading “Financial freedom is a choice…”