How many times have you felt like you need to make a little extra money? Sometimes the budget can feel a little thin, or maybe you just want to increase your savings or start preparing for a major purchase. The easiest solution is to ask for additional hours at work. But what if you’re paid a salary or your job is cutting back on hours… or you have other responsibilities?
Women are starting to understand that investing in real estate can be both lucrative and rewarding. Whether you’re in it for the long haul and are looking to buy and hold property, or you want the immediate cash flow of buying and flipping, there are many ways to start building wealth by buying property.
We have been trained to believe that success equals a college education, stable employment (with benefits), a family, nice cars, and the ability to buy your dream home with a real estate company like Jeeves Realty. What we’re not taught is how to acquire assets that help us to build wealth and create true financial freedom.
Many wealthy people invest in real estate to generate income and improve their net worth. While the number of black women purchasing homes has risen, we’re still a little hesitant to buy real estate as an investment. It’s time that changed.
You’ve watched a lot of HGTV and you’re interested in investing in real estate or flipping homes… but you don’t know where to start. You’ve seen those pesky FB ads for a free webinar on how to become a real estate millionaire, but it didn’t feel right.
Most of us have investing as a part of our overall financial plan. We may have 401k plans and maybe even a stock or two, but what about real estate? Women are starting to invest in real estate at a rapid pace. Moving from being homeowners or real estate agents, into growing wealth through real estate investments… and you can too!
As glamorous as extreme couponing may be to some… it’s likely not the picture you had for your financial situation. Being a multi-millionaire, owning some property and a few lucrative investments… sounds a little more like it, right? While I can’t promise that you’ll be the next Warren Buffet after reading this article, I can make sure that you’re at least able to get your expenses under control.