How to Retire in Three Years Through Real Estate Investing

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How to Retire in Three Years Through Real Estate Investingby Roxy-Publishingon.How to Retire in Three Years Through Real Estate InvestingAre you looking to retire in the next several years? Here’s how real estate can get you there – no matter where you are starting from! Read more at https://www.biggerpockets.com/renewsblog Video Rating: / 5 Tweet

Are you looking to retire in the next several years? Here’s how real estate can get you there – no matter where you are starting from!

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  1. bunnie1294August 3, 2016 at 10:41 am

    So take on a ton of debt to buy a ton of properties and hope that they can positively cash flow? This is such ridiculous advice. You can get into serious trouble doing this. Think about it. You may not find a tenant right away, your tenant might leave, stuff WILL break, you WILL have to pay for repairs and maintenance. Following this advice, you will end up with all these monthly payments that you can barely pay if you are lucky. You will end up with all these monthly payments that you CANNOT pay if you get unlucky. This is how you go from middle/upper-middle class to bankrupt and homeless. Please do not do this if you are going to borrow a bunch of money to do it.

  2. Johan SebastianAugust 3, 2016 at 11:01 am

    Im from serbia and for 'good life' all i need is 2000$ a month :D

  3. Manny SandovalAugust 3, 2016 at 11:18 am

    i am also sellimg my sun valley ca condo 3 bed 2 baths for 435000

  4. Manny SandovalAugust 3, 2016 at 11:36 am

    i have 2 homes in mexico city making me 500 a month each :) im good

  5. The Investor DiariesAugust 3, 2016 at 11:53 am

    Loved this video, it makes my goals seem a lot more attainable. Thanks for the tips

  6. Barry GottehrerAugust 3, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    guys have the best videos

  7. John Patrick SullivanAugust 3, 2016 at 1:21 pm

    Um….54K/year?? That's literally how much I spend on dinners every year and don't even eat out that much. It costs at LEAST double that to live anywhere desireable in the country. You need triple that to live anywhere good (meaning A and B list cities). Anyone can retire if they want to live in the middle of nowhere but who wants to live there? Sorry to sound so negative, but 100K/year is bare bones minimum and the net positive cash flow per unit should be $400+/month. 100:/month is nothing! You're gonna spend 3-600K on any decent small rental unit in a good area in an A or B list city with 25% down on an investment unit. Sure you can buy cheap junk in a bad area/non-desireable locations but then you're dealing with a demographic with bad credit, not stable jobs, not responsible, don't communicate well, etc. the stress of dealing with that demographic is more than a full time job lol.