The Path to Passive Wealth Through Real Estate

No need to reinvent the wheel – We’ll get you started with the first three steps to passive wealth through real estate. These three steps come from 100s of hours of interviewing experts in real estate and Financial Independence. They are the foundation that all great real estate portfolios are built upon.

Don’t think it’s possible? Here’s a key success story!

Step 1: Define your

goals

Not the how, the why

Get very highly detailed with it. Not just “I want to retire early or “I want to pay for my kids’ college” but how much money or assets do you want to have at that point? How do you want to spend your time when you get there? What comes after you reach the goal?

You can massively increase your likelihood of achieving your goals by turning them into SMART goals. Take time 

Step 2: Define your

Assets

Not just your monetary assets...

Get very highly detailed with it. Not just “I want to retire early or “I want to pay for my kids’ college” but how much money or assets do you want to have at that point? How do you want to spend your time when you get there? What comes after you reach the goal?

Time

How many hours a day, week, or month can you dedicate to your wealth building? Even a few hours a week

Is there anything you could cut out to make more time for yourself? 

Network

Do you know someone who has achieved what you want to achieve?

If not, are you willing to work on finding that type of person?

Knowledge

Do you know someone who has achieved what you want to achieve?

If not, are you willing to work on finding that type of person?

Step 3: Commit to

Consistent Action

Achieving goals requires putting in the work

Daily action looks different for everybody. The amount and type of daily action you can commit to depends on the assets you already know you have available. You probably have timewasting things you can look to reduce in your life – too much time on Facebook or Twitter, keeping up with too many reality shows, and so on. 

What time wasters can you gradually remove from your schedule, and replace with more productive activities?

What are the Best Passive Real Estate Strategies for Busy Professionals?

First, let’s get one thing straight – “best” means what investment is best for you, based on your judgement after you’ve learned the options and the facts. Our aim is to present the options, resources, and education for you to learn and make the best decision for yoursel!

Syndications allow passive investors to partner with active, experienced real estate teams and participate in private investments with 100% passivity.

Passive investors in syndications put in their work up front, in finding and vetting syndicators, reviewing deals, and accumulating investment capital.

Turnkey properties are investment properties that someone else has purchased, rehabbed, and prepared for another investor (you?) to step in, buy, and enjoy. Turnkey investors are responsible for making important decisions in their own investments, and use third party property managers to operate their properties.

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Investors can loan money to other investors for their real estate projects. This is typically a more advanced strategy! It takes quite a bit of experience and knowledge to mitigate the risks as a private lender, but it is possible. When done well, private lending can produce fantastic returns. Before you dive into private lending for real estate investments, learn what it takes to mitigate the risks.

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