The Path To Real Estate Riches May Be In Your Own Backyard

It’s no secret that owning rental real estate can be an excellent way to build wealth. This hybrid of business and investment can provide steady income and growth over the long term.

But if you happen to be in a “HCOL” (high cost of living area), how can you find deals that make sense? Even if you can find a “good” deal, the typical 20% down payment required can easily stretch into six figure territory. How can a new investor with limited funds ever get started?

Continue reading

How To Bring Your Partner On The Path To Financial Independence

Hey Friends, have you been bitten by the FI/RE bug? Are you dreaming of sleeping in on a random Tuesday while your friends fight traffic to get to their soul-sucking jobs? Maybe you are binge reading Mr. Money Mustache articles? Are you planning to buy a cool “Tiny House”, so you can live mortgage free while you build your rental real-estate empire?

Continue reading

A Bricklayer’s Path To Financial Independence

Welcome back shoppers! Here at the store we love to get to know people and hear their stories. Since you’re new here I thought it would be polite to tell you about myself (Mr. C). I’ll tell you where I went wrong and where I went right on my path towards Financial Independence. Pull up a chair, and grab yourself a beer. I’m currently enjoying a “Hazy Little Thing IPA”.

My Mother has always been unhappy with what I do. She would rather I do something nicer like be a Bricklayer.

Mick Jagger
Continue reading

What the Hell is FI?

photo credit: Mrs. C

Good morning customers! Here at at FI-supply, one of the biggest questions we get asked is “What the Hell is FI, and where can I get some?”. Well, as luck would have it, we just got in a big shipment of FI (financial independence) from some of our top name brands.

Before we get into the nuts and bolts of FI or as its also known FI/RE, pull up a stool and let Mr. C share with you some stories of people who have already achieved Financial Independence. These fine folks have chosen a different path for their lives. Do they work until 65? Nope. Do they let their dreams die a slow death while they work a job they don’t love? Absolutely not.

Continue reading