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Homes are thought by many of as an investment. That’s not true. One of the principles Robert Kiyosaki talks about in his books is that an investment puts money in your pocket (Regular cashflow from profits, dividends, etc) while a liability takes money out of your pocket. Simply put, owning a home does not give you a return. Check out my “Five Reasons Your Home is an AWFUL Investment”
This episode is part of Multifamily Mindset, a series of short audios where I’ll share with you some of the lessons learned from my career in multifamily and real estate. Would you rather see videos? Search for “Bulletproof Cashflow” on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram!