Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing: The Blueprint To Quitting Your Job With Real Estate
Brad Tacia had done everything right: he went to school, got good grades, and then got a good job with benefits working for an established car parts manufacturer in Detroit. He thought he was living the good life.
And then the recession hit his world like a hurricane. Coworkers, friends, and neighbors were being laid off all around him. Would he be next? If he lost his job, how would he provide for his family? Panic seized him. He couldn’t sleep at night.
It was a tough time for Brad. But he was lucky—he kept his job through it all. Still, it left a bad taste in his mouth about the “security” of a job. The certainty he’d had about his financial future was shaken to the core, and he and his wife started thinking about a Plan B.
Brad and his wife came up with a plan to buy one rental house per year for ten years, which would then replace their income. They decided to direct the majority of their savings and 401(k) to buy these rentals. In the aftermath of the recession, the rentals in Detroit were cheap but still had good cash flow. Over the next five years, they managed to buy five of these rental houses.
Around this time, things got busy for Brad at work, and he was routinely working more than fifty hours a week and sometimes on call after hours and during weekends. He started to miss his family; everyone had thought his work schedule was a temporary phase. One night he put his four-year-old daughter to bed, and she asked him if he had to work the next day. As he answered yes, he could see her face drop with disappointment.
That was Brad’s breaking point. He needed to accelerate his ten-year retirement plan, and he needed to do it fast or he was going to miss his daughter growing up. So Brad shifted his real estate investing strategy. In the next two years, Brad covered his living expenses using that strategy and was able to quit his job.
Since leaving his job, Brad’s been sleeping better, eating better, and he’s started exercising. He’s able to spend time with his family, and they frequently go on vacation. His relationship with his wife has improved in many ways, and he is getting to know his daughter. Not having to work all day long has opened him up to think more intentionally about his life.
These days, Brad knows he really is living the good life.
It Is Possible to Become Financially Free with Real Estate (but Maybe Not in the Way You Think)
Is Brad’s story just a fluke? Did he just get lucky, or is there a strategy at work in Brad’s approach that can work for you too? I’ve been a full-time entrepreneur for over a decade, and in that time, I’ve interviewed dozens of successful real estate entrepreneurs on my . Based on these years of experience, I am convinced of one thing:
It is possible to become financially free with real estate. The entrepreneurs who achieve financial freedom are like you and me. They want to provide for their families on the one hand, but they also want to control their time. They feel intuitively that there is greatness inside them. But they understand that in order to discover their greatness, they need to address the reality of life, which is to earn a living. They’re frustrated by their inability to provide for their families and control their time.
Unlike most real estate investors who attend their local REIA meeting each month, these entrepreneurs have discovered a particular KIND of real estate strategy that has allowed them to quit their jobs in three to five years. This strategy has worked for thousands before them and will work for thousands after them, and they’re confident it will also work for you. Most interestingly, they’re able to do this without any previous experience and without the cash to pull it off.
Today these men and women have the option to do whatever they want. They control their time. They spend more time with their family. Some travel. Others continue to expand their business to build a legacy. Because their brains are no longer consumed by working all week, these entrepreneurs are able to ponder what else life has to offer. For the first time, they’re able to think about a life of purpose and significance.
Financial freedom is a powerful thing that will change your life and your family. I’m going to introduce you to some of these entrepreneurs and show you the exact step-by-step Blueprint to Financial Freedom they used to get there.
Is This Book for You?
If you’re interested in achieving financial freedom through real estate, then this book is for you.
You might be looking for a way out of your nine-to-five job. It’s okay because it pays the bills, but it doesn’t fulfill you. Or maybe you just plain hate your job. Either way, you’re looking for a way out. Maybe you’re running a small business, but the hours are killing you, and dealing with employees is overwhelming. Maybe you’re already investing in single-family houses, but you’re burning out and can’t see a way to scale the business without losing your sanity. You might be looking for a way to pay for your kids’ education or secure your upcoming retirement.
More than that … you’re looking for passive income so that you don’t have to work (unless you want to). So that you can do what you want, where you want, and with whom you want. Whatever your particular situation, you’re looking for financial freedom. And you think that real estate is the way to get there.
You would be both right and wrong.
You’re right because real estate can, in fact, lead you to financial freedom. But you may be wrong because you’re pursuing the wrong strategy—a strategy that is not passive, won’t scale, or won’t help you achieve your financial goals.
You may not initially agree with me. Or even if you do, you might not think you can do it.
It’s my job to guide you in a way that will convince you—so that you can believe. By the time you’re done reading this book, you will know the exact strategy that will allow you to achieve financial freedom in the next three to five years.
So sit back, relax, learn, and decide to change your life.
Let’s start the journey together.
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