Greetings from San Antonio, TX! It is a lovely, sunny and chilly day in south Texas.
Anyway, as I was overseeing this $30,000 rehab (which I am converting from a 2 bedroom to a 3 bedroom), I got to thinking about how far I’ve come since I started in under market value real estate investing in 2001.
I was able through a lot of hard work in San Antonio investment properties to retire financially at the young age of 28. Didn’t have much money, had $40,000 in debt from college. But in a few years’ time, I owned dozens of little bitty single family homes in San Antonio. In cash. I have lots of passive income.
Now my life is awesome :). I have plenty of monthly cash flow coming in from my below market value, owner financed houses. I could have listened to my parents and worked in a cubicle for the next 40 years, but I decided to ignore that. I’m sure glad I did and invested in under market value properties.
But what about you? Many people in America toil for decades in jobs where they are bored and listless….just counting down the days when they can retire.
Man. That. Sucks.
It does not have to be that way. The best way to live is how I am living today – with self determination, choices and autonomy, and passive income. I get to choose how to spend my days. If I wanted to, I could sit on a beach and chill for the next 20 years or whatever. I have that kind of cash flow. But I keep investing in under market value, positive cash flow investments in San Antonio because I love it and I want to help others. Buying and selling distressed properties makes my team money, makes me money, and I help people get into a house.
You too can change your life if you are unhappy with it. In my opinion, one of the best ways to change your life is to invest in San Antonio investment properties. If you do it right, you can within a few years have a substantial cash flow that you don’t have to work for.
How to invest? Well, I personally buy cheap houses below market value in San Antonio TX and seller finance them. I’m not a rental guy, not that there is anything wrong with that. Owner finance is just a lot simpler.
Of course, you need to have cash to do what I do. If you don’t have cash, go borrow some from a private investor. That’s really how I got rolling in 2001 – I was able to borrow $2 million from a private investor over two years. It sounds tough, but really, if you go and ask enough people, you can eventually borrow enough capital at a reasonable interest rate to buy your first house.