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Why I Joined Renatus

Why I Joined Renatus

There is so much information about real estate investing online. You can learn just about anything for free. After doing lots of reading and investigating, I decided to join Renatus, a real estate investing group in Utah County. Here’s why…

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The Unofficial Guide to Real Estate Investing – Chapter 1

I started reading “The Unofficial Guide to Real Estate Investing” by Martin Stone and Spencer Strauss. I found this book by browsing the BiggerPocket’s list of the best real estate investing books. In an effort to solidify my understanding of the... read more
Deal Analysis with Property Solutions

Deal Analysis with Property Solutions

I recently joined up with a real estate team called “Property Solutions”. We focus on finding good deals through seller financing. Here is a real deal analysis I did this week.

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Analyzing a Rental Property

Analyzing a Rental Property

Preface Ever since my first post last fall, I have been on the lookout for ideal “house hacking” properties. As it turns out, it’s pretty difficult to find a good deal here in Provo–at least with traditional methods like the MLS. For an idea of... read more
Consistency

Consistency

Have you ever felt the jolt of energy that comes from beginning an exciting endeavor? A new song, a new website, an etsy shop, a new resolution? It’s wonderful, but it never stays for long. Soon the reality of the ensuing hard work sets in. How do you deal with that?

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Credit Cards Are Good for You

Credit Cards Are Good for You

While there are behavioral side effects of using plastic instead of real money, if you can discipline yourself, credit cards can be your best friend. In this post I outline the benefits of having multiple credit cards and show you why they can save you tens of thousands of dollars in the future.

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Pay Yourself First With Time

Pay Yourself First With Time

In personal finance, common wisdom says you should “pay yourself first.” What if we paid ourselves first with time? Is 182 hours enough time to do what you love?

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Lunchtime Investments

Lunchtime Investments

What if I told you that you that eating a burrito, sipping on some soda, and having some casual conversation was the best way to get closer to your goals? Does that seem to good to be true? It’s not!

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