Xổ số vuông hôm nay I think I have a bit of a fear of starting because I don't want to fail so I haven't done what you've said about finding out my destination so I can map the journey.

thanks. I don't know how active our REIAXổ số vuông hôm nay group is here in Salt Lake City but that's mostly because I haven't checked it out. I'll have to don that today.

Yes. One bite at a time!

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Keep consuming information, but don't get into analysis paralysis. Select a market, then build a local team there. After the first deal it gets easier.

Matt I’m a board member at two of the REIAs here in salt lake, I’d be happy to show you around our meetups. The reias are very active here and deals get done! 

Slreia and uvreia are the two largest. I’ll reach out to you! 

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Xổ số vuông hôm nay Welcome to the forums!  I agree with the above comments that you should start by setting your goals.  My husband and I started with a very detailed five year plan years ago that really helped give us direction in the beginning.  We also learned a lot over the years.  It's also important to take that first step and get your first property and get over that initial fear.  Good luck! 

Thanks. I look forward to meeting up with you guys in the REIAs.
I think this is where I'm getting stuck. I don't really know how to write the plan; my wife even less so. She's on board, but I'm going to have to come up with the backbone of this whole thing then sit down with her and discuss specific goals, such as the Papasans discussed on the podcast some time ago. I think what I really need is the direction of how to start and write that plan. I have the very basics in my head but I just don't know how to translate that to paper.

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Xổ số vuông hôm nay   That is totally understandable.  Obviously it is going to be different for everyone, but I can tell you a little about how our process looked when we first got started.  Our initial goal was to replace my husband's income with passive income, and we thought maybe we could do that in 5 years.  So, then we went through the process of planning that out.  We were lucky that we already had our first home that we were using as a rental and had some equity in it that we were able to tap into.  But basically the plan was to buy 2 homes/year that would increase our cash flow by about $400/month.  We wrote down how much money we had, guessed on about what those homes would cost, and then we planned out how much we would save/month to get us to the next down payment/house.  It was really tight in the beginning, but we saved all of our cash flow as we went along and that really helped us throughout.  Looking back, we only very roughly followed the plan but it helped that we were on the same page. Having planned it out so much, I think it helped us both realize that if we stuck to it then it was actually possible and we took that mindset and really went after it.  Now, it's been five years and my husband left his job in December after being part time last year and we exceeded our cash flow projections.  

Xổ số vuông hôm nay that's helpful. Maybe I'm over thinking this. It would not be the first time.

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