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People simply aren't retiring as they've planned. The #1 reason is how their 401k has let them down. 
Learn how to use real estate to do what works best for your retirement, right now!
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Thanks, Chris. Much appreciated.
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Inflation and real estate needs to be better understood by those who have or wanna be investors. Here's some info directly on point.
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An ongoing case study with some serious details and results.
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The potential for this strategy has proven to be real. Done it and seen it done with predictably stellar results. Limited only by your ability to see the possibilities. 
Are you ready for the acquistions strategy of a lifetime? You don't want to miss this!
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There are opinions and there are facts. Gravity as one of the laws of physics, isn't open to our opinions. :) The same goes for the laws of investing. 
In life, things aren't always cut-and-dry, but you can still have a game plan. Here's how...
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Some good stuff here. Notes can and should be at least a part of most real estate investor's portfolio. This is especially true as they offer more options for combining both growth and cash flow strategies.
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It's both amazing and sometimes so sad how so many real estate investors delude themselves into thinkin' they HAVE TO remain in their local market, or horrible consequences will follow. Ironically the very reason their retirement will be massively decreased is DUE to their insistence on remaining local. I know, cuz for years I saw me do it. :)
You don't have to invest in local real estate, and if you do, it may ruin your retirement! Here's why...
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Most real estate investors, in fact the vast majority, have never really looked into buying discounted notes secured by real estate. Here's a look into the topic.
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It's not a catch phrase — it's an M.O. Our judgment is not primarily what gets us to a robust retirement. It's the understanding and consistent execution of the fundamental principles guiding investment. The first step to successful investing is the understanding that we won't beat the market. Acting on the belief we can beat the market is the surest, fastest way to failure.
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Financially, there are few things more frustrating than succeeding in building an impressive net worth, only to discover if ya keep goin' down the same path, your retirement income simply won't reflect that net worth. Here's a potential solution.
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One of the most common traps in which real estate investors find themselves is the spreadsheet. Spreadsheets are wonderful, as I've done thousands of 'em myself. Sadly, I learned the hard way they're not crystal balls on a form. ;)
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Thanks Chris.
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Speaks for itself. H/T @jeffrabinowitz
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I'm a second generation real estate brokerage owner. First licensed in 1969, I transitioned from traditional house brokerage to long term investing in 1976. Opened Brown and Brown Investment Properties with Dad, in January of 1977, the same month I obtained my broker's license. I was, and have always been the designated broker of the firm. 

I've executed hundreds tax deferred exchanges, many of them multi-state in nature. I stopped countin', cuz it really doesn't matter at that point, right? :) Also, I'm CCIM trained, having successfully completed all 200 hours back in 1980. It's the backbone of my strong points of analysis and strategic planning for my clients. 

In late 2003, I could no longer advise real estate investors to acquire San Diego properties. I then made the decision to leave my home market for better performing regions. Though many thought that a 'pioneer' type move, I disagree. In hindsight, I was at least a year late in that decision. 

The idea is to get folks from where they are to a magnificently abundant retirement -- and sooner rather than later. The rest is Charlie Brown's teacher talking. :)
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