Freedom through real estate
Right, huh! For many people owning something is a burden. Larger the stake and more responsibilities, it seems like a bigger burden. No matter how you look at it the whole idea sounds like less freedom. Kind of...., but it depends how it's all organized and what the motivation is.
I've been participating in the "sharing economy" for over twelve years, long before AirBnB came around. I even started a startup in that space. It helped me to live/travel in more than fifty countries and let myself experience different cultures.
My original motivation was to share something cool I enjoyed doing myself. Surfing. My first real estate purchase wasn't a suburban dream house with a lawn. It was a condo in Hawaii where I went to five times a year and let others rent it. While I was happy to settle breaking even this little getaway actually produced a descent profit.
Since then I did a variety of real estate deals. I am still a student but happy to share what I know about the whole process from evaluating the deal/idea to getting into negotiation to closing on and rehabbing the property. I love buying some bad-looking distressed shack, make it beautiful and let some nice people rent and enjoy it.
No matter how big your project is I can give you an assessment and a sense of direction and potential pitfalls. I wish someone offered this type of crash course to me when I started.
Training & Qualifications
Over twelve years investing into real estate and running different types of businesses from high end vacation rentals to urban AirBnBs to long term rentals. It all started as a hobby. Over time it helped me to create a path to financial freedom and live the life of my choice.
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