My credit car bills are too damn high! If you have read my blog articles Credit Cards: Leveraging the Right Way and Bought a Bargain Property: Now What?, then you know I used many credit cards to pay for a remodel on the new property purchased. My wife and I decided to move into the property and lease out our old home. The remodel took a bit of life from me but we pulled through but now we have to pay this darn debt. A month ago it was $70,000 on credit cards! Yikes! This is not helping my Multimillionaire Journey at all.
I have come across several residential investors throughout my time in real estate. Below are a few of the people I have met and their methods!
The Owner Occupied String Method
Before purchasing my first property I was simply dropping in on open houses as a lookie loo. Every time I would see a sign I would stop my car and go inside to talk to the realtors there. One day I was chauffeuring my parents to their friends house across town when I saw an Open House sign. Without thinking twice I stopped to take a look inside. Continue reading “Investment Tip 2: A Few Methods for Buying More Property”