Investing in real estate is a wonderful way to generate cash-flow. No investment comes without risk, but real estate can deliver generous returns. On top of that, investing in real estate teaches your kids several important lessons that they do not learn in school. Let’s find out more. Continue reading “5 important lessons that investing in real estate teaches your kids!”
Great news for Dutch real estate investors! Dynamic credit just came out with news that they now have a financing proposition that lets you finance up to 90% of the Loan-to-Value in rented condition. For those who are not shy of somewhat higher leverage, this is a great opportunity. Let’s find out why. Continue reading “Investing in rental properties just became a lot easier with Dynamic Credit!”
€220,000. That’s my current (net) mortgage. Although I’ve got a nice and comfy home, it would be even better if I fully owned the place, mortgage-free. That’s why I sat down and set clear goals for each year to make that a reality. Financial freedom comes with taking small steps consistently over several years. It’s easy on paper but really hard in real life. But I will give it a go, anyway! Continue reading “My mortgage repayment strategy!”
Yes, it’s true! Probably only of a few bricks, but I’m proud nevertheless! Let’s find out more about an amazing company that is indirectly helping me to achieve financial freedom. Brookfield Asset Management.
With real estate prices skyrocketing in big cities, everyone wants a piece of the pie! Investors are flocking to buy properties in hot areas to turn them into rentals or flip and sell them. But what are the benefits of investing in real estate? And how can you invest in real estate with just $1,000? Let’s find out. Continue reading “How to invest in real estate with just $1,000!”
Several of my friends and family are currently looking to buy a house, or have recently bought a house. Some rented before buying their first home, others have upgraded to a larger house. Even though I am rather rational, emotion does sometimes get a hold of me. Especially when looking at real estate.
Because who doesn’t like a nice house to live in? But is living in a larger house on a bigger piece of land worth the investment? And what exactly is the impact of buying a larger home on reaching financial freedom? Let’s find out in a real-life situation.