- Dianae01Participant@decclesJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 9
My question is what about Mr Average. If finding real estate that is positively cashflowed takes alot of work then what about the average person who works or looks after kids that wants to get into the market?
I have two days a week to spare on property investing, in actual fact only 7 hours in those two days. I am prepared to go anywere and buy multiple positively cashflowed properties but have been unable to find any. I have been doing this on and off for two years and have the cash in the bank but have only been successful with one property before the market started to change. What does it take to implement what you(Steve), Robert Kiosaki, Dolf de Roof, John Burley, Henry Kay and all the other investers say to do?
Maybe I should also be thinking about the share market.
Email MewilandelMember@wilandelJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 761
I think you are making excuses for yourself.
Most of the “older” regular forumites are “normal” [:0)] people with normal jobs, normal lives, and (normal?) kids, but an abnormal urge to improve themselves.
We can all find time, because we make time.
The busier I get, the more time I seem to be able to find, because I get more ORGANIZED.
If you want it bad enough you will make the time.
DelBeanieParticipant@beanieJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 36
Robert Kiyosaki once asked his rich dad what is the best advice you can give the average investor his advice was dont be average.AdministratorKeymaster@piadminJoin Date: 2013Post Count: 3,225
Nope….I thought about it.
Im not normal……LOL
~ Heaven doesnt want me and Hell is afraid I will take over! ~ :þ