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Finances, Investment, Life Lessons, Millennials, Real Estate

My Advice for Real Estate Investors

This weekend A and I attended a Real Estate Meetup for investors. It’s great to get together with like-minded people thinking about investing especially young individuals around the age of 25-30 looking for investors, so they could retire early and have positive cash flow coming in. Anyways, I thought I would share with you what we chatted about since I know getting your feet wet into an investment property isn’t as easy as A B C.I learned that there are a lot of “out of state” investors. By that I mean, out of California, mainly out of the Bay Area. The Bay Area (the area between Marin and Gilroy) is very HOT at this moment! A lot of companies have headquarters in these cities, so a lot of the jobs are tech related. Most of the people we met during the real estate investor’s…

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Investment, Millennials, Real Estate, The Detox

Room-By-Room Guide to Cleaning Up Your Rental Property

Finally! We’ve been moving and hustling and bustling, so of course why wouldn’t I create a Money Monday guide to teach you how to save money whilst cleaning your rental property. (We try to keep our rented apartment as clean as possible for the next tenants!) We have experiences as renters and as landlords because we are still renting.A and I have taken the week to move out of our home and BACK into our parents house (yes, sadly you heard that right) to save a little extra cash for the future. Don’t worry we don’t plan on living there forever. We just want to rent from our parents helping them while helping us. But before moving in or out A and I go through a cleaning day to make the place presentation for the next tenants. Scroll pass the infographics to read cash saving…

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Finances, Investment, Life Lessons, Millennials

Financial Advice from One Twenty-Something Year Old to Another

By now I’ve seen enough memes about twenty-somethings either getting married or buying a condo. And Yes you can be one of those twenty-somethings, which fortunately I am to know that we take adulting very seriously and in order to be actual grown up we need to start sometimes we need financial advice from our friends.I never really thought about my finances in my 20s until recently. It is never too late to start thinking and taking action on it. The sooner the better, financial planning is a diet for your wallet. Financial planning is something I wish colleges offered to teach us the right track on spending and budgeting before they sent us off into the adult world. But because I was a science major, I think I missed out on this important skillset. Building this skillset takes a lifetime, so get started NOW!And…