Greetings from the road everyone!
I’m just about through week number two of my Aussie tour and I’m so happy to be meeting all of you and seeing so many friends who have turned their financial lives around…
The attendance has been terrific at every event so far, which tells me that more than ever, people are ready and wanting to find a way to replace their income. And why wouldn’t they? More to the point, why wouldn’t you?
As I remind people at every event, real estate is the surest way—other than inheriting a fortune from your great aunt Flo—to build equity and income. You can build your portfolio to pay you each and every week or month whether you decide to get out of bed…or not.
But first, you most certainly have to get out of bed…to attend one of my events this month.
NOW IS THE TIME TO MOVE FORWARD IN YOUR REAL ESTATE EDUCATION! That’s why I formed iLoveRealEstate.tv—To give everybody the same opportunity and benefits that I got from real estate investing.
One of the best ways to get yourself educated is to first go where the education is and then learn to ask the right question.
Now, as you read this, a few things may be going through your mind. Three of the most common concerns people who haven’t made the decision to take control of their lives are:
Of these three concerns, the third one is the most important. I guess I shouldn’t really say that since they’re all important, but here’s why I do.
First, let’s look at concern #1. As anyone who has attended my events knows, it actually takes very little time to get to the point where you can make wise real estate investment decisions. Many of my clients have become millionaires in less than twenty-four months!
I did it, and so have many others.
What’s more, my millionaire students and I are there at seminars to help you do the same! That’s right. Your chances of success skyrocket when you attend my events and follow my real estate investing courses.
The most important knowledge that must take on board is that SUCCESS IN REAL ESTATE INVESTING IS NOT LUCK—IT’S A SYSTEM.
Now let’s look at concern #2. Don’t have enough time? I’m not convinced. Many of my students use their nights and weekends to work on their real estate portfolios.
Ah, but what if you’re working two or three jobs to keep things together? Ask yourself how long you can really do that…and how long do you really want to do it? That simplifies your decision, doesn’t it?
Besides all of that, if you’re working that hard and not making yourself a fortune, then is it really worth it? What’s going to change?
Why not work hard for short period of time to learn what you need to know to make your own fortune?
But you’re short on money, right? As my iLoveRealEstate.tv courses teach you, and so many of my students have shown, you don’t have to have a lot of money to build your portfolio. But you do need to have knowledge on how to go about it.
That’s why iLoveRealEstate.tv exists—to give you the knowledge you need to succeed!
Now on to concern #3. What if real estate values decline? Then you lose money on that townhouse, duplex, PPR or block of flats, right? The short answer is not really, no. But let me clarify this answer.
I always remind my students that whatever property you buy, that property should set you up to acquire your next one, and so forth. But if the value of a property falls, then yes, it’s true; there will be less equity to use to buy another property.
But if you’re looking to replace your income from your current job, does it really matter if real estate values fluctuate? Actually, it has no effect on your income from your portfolio.
Why would this be?
For one absolutely wonderful and unchanging reason: Documented rental trends are absolutely unmistakable in their results: OVER TIME, RENTAL RATES GO UP!! THEY NEVER GO DOWN!
“Sure Dymphna” you may be thinking, “rents go up in a good economy, but what about when things head south? What about a real estate downturn?”
Well, the data tell us that regardless of the economic circumstances, in all economic climates, rents will continue to rise! There are actually excellent reasons for this.
In economic boom times, people move to take advantage of the economic opportunity. When they do, there is more demand for housing, isn’t there? Of course there is. Demand for existing rental property rises and rental prices rise, too.
But even during an economic downturn, what happens?
When a recession hits, corporations cut back as demand for their products or services fall. When that happens, people lose their jobs. This, in turn, causes people to lose their homes because they can no longer afford to pay the mortgage or maintain them.
But people have to live somewhere, don’t they?
Where do they go? What do they do?
They can no longer afford to buy a house. Instead, they rent their homes, their apartments, their townhomes, their granny flats, and their one-bedroom flats…from landlords like you!
Your income on our rental property portfolio rises year after year as demand for rentals increases, no matter what happens.
Now that you know this, what are you waiting for?