Passive Income & Personal Finance
Hint: trading hours for dollars is not a winning long-term strategy
Ready to up your finances’ game?
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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Full Library of Passive Income & Personal Finance Articles:
Owning that first rental property is a huge milestone for investors. It lets you dip your toe into the market, gain experience in property management, and build confidence in your judgement. But for ambitious landlords, the first property marks just one step on a...
Ever hear that “real estate investors pay next to nothing in income taxes”? While not entirely true, real estate investors do enjoy sweeping tax deductions. From writing off most closing costs to maintenance and repairs, landlord insurance to rent default insurance,...
Real estate investments come with a slew of tax advantages. While you own the property as a rental, you can take nearly two dozen landlord tax deductions. Then, when it comes time to sell, you can reduce or avoid capital gains taxes on real estate through another...
Do the rich have access to better investments than the rest of us? It turns out that they do, actually. I once offered to invest money with a hard money lender I knew, who had an impeccable track record. He asked a simple question before taking the conversation any...
No matter how much you earn, you won’t build wealth if you spend every penny you bring in. A person who earns $75,000 and saves $25,000 per year will create wealth faster than someone who earns $1,000,000 and spends $995,000 of it. Flashy cars and imposing homes may...
For homebuyers and real estate investors alike, coming up with a down payment presents the greatest barrier to buying. But do you have to put a down payment on a house when you buy? Are there creative workarounds that homebuyers and real estate investors can take...