What Is The Best Real Estate Investment Strategy? | The #PumpedOnProperty Show
A simple idea: 3 properties to financial freedom
3 HOUSES + PAY OFF DEBT = FINANCIAL FREEDOM
What if achieving financial freedom wasn’t hard to achieve?
With the 3 Properties to Financial Freedom strategy, it isn’t!
Here are the details:
ACCUMULATION: Buy the properties that will make you financially free long term.
Step 1: Purchase 3 properties.
The aim is that these properties will go on to deliver you financial freedom once the debt is completely paid off.
Property #1 $600,000 House Rents for $500 / week
Property #2 $600,000 House Rents for $500 / week
Property #3 $600,000 House Rents for $500 / week
The numbers don’t have to be exactly this, you can change the numbers based on your circumstances and goals.
The aim is for these properties to be paid off over the life of the loan (bearing unfortunate circumstances).
So now your focus shifts to paying off the debt quicker.
This is where you pay off the debt on the properties that will make you financially free long term.
Step 2: You now focus on paying off the debt on your foundational properties faster, buying more foundational properties or making a positive change in your life.
Paying down debt can be done in several ways:
Pay principal and interest repayments off the home loan.
Use any tax benefits you receive at tax time to pay down debt Use any surplus income to pay down debt Invest in more properties, hold them until they have doubled in value, and then sell them to pay down debt.
Earn more through your employment and use the extra money to pay down debt, or spend less and use the extra savings to pay down debt.
Start a business and use income from the business to pay down debt Growing your foundation is all about expanding your portfolio from 3 properties to 4 or more properties using the same or a similar strategy.
Now that you have your foundational properties you don’t need that job you hate anymore to save for retirement.
Now could be the time to make a change for the better in your life.
Change careers, move locations, work less and live more.
FREEDOM: Live your life your way
Step 3: After your foundational properties are paid off completely, you can take the income from those properties and pay yourself a wage. Without debt, you will be financially free!
This is just the beginning of the journey.
Now you can work out what to do for the rest of your life.
WHAT ABOUT YOUR OWN HOME?
Owning your own home is an important goal for many people but it is not required for financial freedom, which is why the 3 properties to financial freedom strategy don’t focus on it.
You can purchase your own home before purchasing your foundational properties.
Your home’s capital growth can often be used to finance your foundational properties.
Or you can purchase your home after the foundational properties. It’s up to you.
WHAT IF I ALREADY OWN MORE THAN 3 PROPERTIES?
Not a problem.
We can discuss how these properties align with your longer-term goal of financial freedom.
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