Passive Income & Personal Finance
Hint: trading hours for dollars is not a winning long-term strategy
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We aren’t just a “real estate investing website” or a “landlord site.” We’re passionate about helping everyday people build passive income from rental properties, and create their ideal life.
After all, what good are rental properties or extra income if it doesn’t actually result in a better life for you?
So we take personal finance, passive income, and financial independence very, very seriously.
It starts with a commitment to spend less and earn more. To shove a lever in that gap between your spending and your income, and HEAVE HO!
The more of your income goes toward investments, the faster you can accumulate passive income. The faster you accumulate passive income, the sooner you’ll reach financial independence.
If all that sounds loosey-goosey and short on details, well, that’s why we drill down to the details in the articles below.
Reaffirm your commitment to a richer life, buckle up, and start digging in!
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Remember the story of The Little Red Hen? She wants to bake bread, and at every step asks her friends for their help, but they all find excuses to avoid helping. Eventually she gets it all done herself and when her friends want to help her eat the bread, she says no....
Most people are surprised at the economics behind rental property returns versus stocks’ returns over the last 145 years. How can rental properties perform better than stocks, but have lower volatility and risk? Doesn’t high-return mean high risk? The answer is...
Just 40% of Americans could cover an emergency expense costing $1,000, per a 2019 study by Bankrate. The other 60% would be up the creek without a paddle. Because emergencies do happen, and not just to other people, either. Three out of ten Americans say they or an...
If you want to reach financial independence and/or retire early (FIRE) within the next five to ten years, should you invest in real estate or stocks? Both have their advantages and disadvantages. It turns out that several US and German universities, along with the...
You have $15,000 set aside, and you have a few rental properties. Should you aim to pay off a mortgage or invest in a new rental property? The answer, of course, is it depends. But it’s an easier question to answer than you think. Here’s what you need to know to...
It’s hard being a single parent. You’re constantly triaging all the demands on your time. You have a full-time job, full-time parenting responsibilities, and of course you have to manage a household entirely on your own. And that’s before you even think about...