How Safe Is Your Money?

Is Owning Rental Units a Risky Lifestyle?

People often tell me that the financial aspect of my life as a Real Estate investor sounds risky. 

I totally disagree! 

In my opinion, what’s risky is to have all your eggs in one basket so to speak… the basket of your employment income. This is especially true if you’re the main breadwinner in the family, and you only have a job to rely on!

What if you get hurt?

In a recent podcast episode, dentist Jeff Anzalone, aka the “Debt Free Doctor,” told me a compelling scary story. Fresh out of dentistry school, he had a life-altering skiing accident—he broke his wrist. He saw his ability to work as a dentist imperilled. This forced Jeff to reassess his financial strategies. After a major wake-up, he realized that relying solely on one source of active income was extremely risky.

Multiple Income Streams

This isn’t the first time I have had such a conversation. Regularly people around me share their fears about ‘taking the plunge’ as it were into self-employment or investing. In fact, I believe that the riskiest thing is to place your financial destiny in the hands of an employer! 

When you own rental units, you have as many income streams as you have tenants. That sounds safer than working for one employer (and more fun too)! My tenants don’t tell me when to show up to work in the morning, and they certainly don’t tell me when and if I can take vacations. 

Do What the Wealthy Do

Another very interesting aha-moment in my conversation with Dr. Debt-Free is the habits of the wealthiest individuals and how they speak about their livelyhoods. Wealthy people usually have multiple income streams. They also tend not to talk about themselves in terms of what they do for a living (eg. I’m a mechanic, a secretary, a lawyer etc.). Instead, they frame their income-generating activities in terms of what they own (eg. I Invest in Real Estate, I own a business). 

To All the Doctors & Dentists Out There

According to Jeff, investing in real estate shouldn’t mean diverting attention from one’s profession. On the contrary, it’s about leveraging one’s primary income source to build additional passive income streams without compromising the main profession. You can build additional revenue streams in many different ways–by investing passively, with partners or by purchasing shares or investing in businesses. 

Of course, this information isn’t taught in dental school, or in just about any other traditional training, such as engineering, med school or grad school. 

Peer Group Again

Once again it all comes down to what you surround yourself with. If you have peers who are minded to become financially independent, you will move past those who remain in a cycle of financial precarity and dissatisfaction with their work or their lifestyle. 

What you put into your brain is a lot like what you put into your mouth. Eat junk food and your hips will testify to your diet. If you consume Netflix aimlessly, scroll on TicToc or read escapist novels, your financial life will tell that tale. 

By curating your information diet and your peer group, you can really produce incredible transformation. 

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How to Hack Your Housing Costs and Climb the Housing Ladder

Worried that the housing ladder is broken?

Whether you’re afraid for yourself or for what this means for your friends and community, this issue is growing in importance in the following years. In many urban centers across North America, it’s becoming increasingly hard for folks to afford living space. I see this with my tenants in the rental market, but it is also true for would-be home-buyers. Big cities in Canada—like Vancouver and Toronto—are now similar to places like LA, New York and Miami. Folks are doubling up in rental-units or opting for smaller and smaller units as housing costs rise.

I’m excited to share some creative solutions to this problem. Whether you’re a student, a young professional or anyone looking to navigate the tricky waters of housing costs, read on! 

Why Rising Housing Costs Are Such a Bad Thing…

Housing costs are a significant portion of people’s expenses. Our agency assesses tenant applications based on a 30%-50% rule. Rent should eat no more than 50% of a person’s income, but it is ideal for the ratio to be closer to 33%. Banks use the same type of rule when evaluating mortgage debt ratios. 

In urban centers, as housing costs rise, it’s harder for many to manage their finances, let alone dream of becoming home-owners. In areas like Canada, where about half of our income goes to taxes, the burden is even greater. Most of us pay our housing expenses with what’s left after taxes, which is 50-cents on the dollar. The financial squeeze is real! This situation limits not only your lifestyle choices but also your ability to save or invest for the future.

Short of inheriting property or downpayment money, it’s going be a bigger and bigger challenge to get onto the bottom rung of the housing ladder! 

The Hack: House Hacking

Enter house-hacking as a solution. For those who are willing to adopt creative solutions, the prize will ultimately be realzing the dream of home-ownership.

House-hacking is a strategy that involves reducing your housing expenses to free up your budget for other investments. It can range from renting out rooms in your residence to investing in a property specifically for this purpose. The idea is to make housing costs more manageable or even profitable, by turning an expense into an income source.

Starting Small: Rent a Room

The journey into real estate doesn’t have to start with a big purchase. It can be as simple as choosing to rent a room instead of an entire apartment. This decision can more than halve your living expenses, freeing up capital for savings or investment. As a student, I began my Real Estate journey in this way. My first experience living away from home was in an existing hacked-house. I gained experience living with roommates and saved money in the process!

Making this type of decision to live frugally highlights how such choices can significantly impact your financial health and investment potential.

Moving Up: Control the Living Space

Once you’re comfortable with the idea of shared living spaces, the next step could be to rent an entire house or apartment and sublet rooms. Imagine: you can harness the power of Real Estate with no mortgage or downpayment! This move allows you to control your living environment and potentially live rent-free, as the rent from subletting rooms can cover your share of the lease. It can be a strategic move towards financial freedom and a stepping stone to property investment. 

There are two bonus aspects to this choice. (1) You will learn valuable property management skills in a low-risk environment with manageable over-head costs. This is how my journey as a property manager began! And (2), you will be able to get ahead financially without the burden of assuming mortgage debt or the outlay of a huge down payment. 

Advanced House Hacking: Owning and Renting Out

The ultimate house hack involves purchasing a property to live in while renting out parts of it to cover the mortgage or even turn a profit. Whether it’s a duplex where you live in one unit and rent out the other, or a single-family home with rooms for rent, this strategy can significantly offset your living costs and contribute to your investment portfolio.

The exit strategy can be “taking over” the home bit-by-bit for your family. When I purchased my current (and first) single-family home after ten years as an investor, this is the strategy I used. 

When I bought our house, the big mortgage payments were a stretch for me, especially as a single mom with a baby on the way. My solution was to take on a roommate and then to Airbnb a section of the basement until I was comfortable enough financially to make this additional income unnecessary. 

My family currently enjoys the full use of our single-family home in a pricey market because I was able to “scale down” that first step onto the housing ladder—by renting out space—thereby decreasing the size of the financial burden of the monthly mortgage payments at the time of purchase. 

Legal and Financial Considerations

House hacking comes with its share of challenges, including legal and financial considerations. It’s crucial to understand the zoning laws, insurance implications, and rental regulations in your area. Conducting due diligence on potential tenants and being transparent with your landlord (if you’re renting) or the city officials and insurers (if you own the property) are key steps to ensuring your house hacking experience is successful and stress-free.

Make sure you do your homework for your local market before jumping on the bandwagon!

Making It Work: The Personal Touch

Living with roommates or tenants requires clear communication and setting boundaries. Establishing house rules, cleanliness standards, and quiet hours can help create a harmonious living environment. It’s about finding the right people who share your lifestyle preferences and being upfront about expectations from the start.

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Avoid These 3 Mistakes Most Real Estate Investors Make

What three things can you do to set yourself up for success?

Terrie’s recent discussion with multi-million dollar portfolio investor, Ahmed Seirafi, revealed three must-dos for any investor who’s after growth. 

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Tip # 1 – Surround Yourself With the Right People

Your parents said it—peer pressure can be a problem. But what if you could turn that problem into a super-power? The company you keep can significantly influence your success. Real estate investing is not just about buying properties; it’s about being part of a community that uplifts you. Attend meetups, join relevant Facebook groups, and nurture a network of professionals who can support your growth. It’s crucial to be intentional in selecting these individuals. Remember, your peer group and professional network can either fast-track your progress or steer you towards common mistakes.

Tip # 2 – Be Mindful of Professional Relationships

Make every professional interaction a win-win. To do this, you must understand how your team members and professional connections are compensated. If you “take” by consuming the time of a professional and that doesn’t in some way end up translating into dollars for them in the long run, you’ll quickly find they stop answering the phone. For instance, if consulting with a lawyer or real estate broker, recognize their time as valuable. If you don’t do a deal with the broker, consider compensating them for their insights with a consulting fee. 

If a coach or mentor has spent time on you—especially if it’s unpaid time—thank them for the opportunity and then implement what they suggest! Nothing burns coaches out faster than back-talk or lack of follow-through. 

This approach not only maintains healthy relationships but also ensures that you’re viewed as a respectful and professional member of the community.

Invest in Coaching and Knowledge

Embarking on a real estate investment journey without guidance is like sailing without a compass. Coaching and mentorship can provide you with the knowledge and strategies to navigate the market effectively. However, be cautious in selecting a mentor. Opt for someone genuinely interested in your success rather than just selling coaching sessions. Their experience and advice can be the difference between making a lucrative deal and falling into common investment traps. 

Tip # 3 – Embrace Being Coachable & Invest in Coaching

Be open to learning and applying the advice given by mentors and more experienced investors. There’s little value in seeking guidance if you’re not willing to implement their suggestions. Showing gratitude and being coachable not only accelerates your learning curve but also keeps mentors engaged and willing to share their knowledge.

Paying for coaching is the fastest way to compress time and get gains quicker. Make sure that you set some time and money aside to further your professional knowledge. Even the best, most experienced investors still take the time and money to pay for learning. In fact, the bigger they are, the more they’ve probably invested in their own education. 

Community & Relationships

Real estate investing is as much about building your portfolio as it is about relationships and community. By surrounding yourself with the right people, being mindful of professional dynamics, investing in your education, and being receptive to guidance, you can avoid the common pitfalls that many new investors face. 

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Are you ready to learn the secret to making more money?

Are you ready to learn the secret to making more money?

Most of us become interested in Real Estate at least partially for the money. 

But before we can let our investing make us rich, we need to examine the role money plays in our lives or we will find ourselves drowning under the weight of our side-hustles! 

The true secret to making money is–weirdly–to not focus on the money. Real estate investing is not just about putting money into properties and hoping for the best. It’s about creating value for others—whether that’s your tenants, your clients, your partners or even yourself. The key to succeeding in any financial endeavor, including real estate, is understanding that money is a consequence of the value you provide.

Take the example of real estate brokers. The most successful brokers aren’t the ones who spend all their time marketing themselves or making cold calls. Instead, the best agents focus on building their knowledge and expertise to become indispensable to their clients. By understanding the ins and outs of the market, contracts, and value-add opportunities, they make themselves so valuable that it becomes a liability for clients not to work with them. Either that, or they build an incredibly valuable sales- and business machine that is able to deliver great service, consistently. 

But what about investors? The same principle applies. Creating value means acquiring a deep understanding of financing options, finding deals others can’t, or adding value to properties in ways that increase their worth significantly. By focusing on how you can serve others and make their lives better or more profitable, you’re not just investing in properties—you’re investing in relationships and trust, which, in turn, lead to greater financial rewards.

The bottom line is this: success, especially in real estate investing, is not about the amount of money you start with or how much you aim to make. It’s about how much value you can create for others. When you shift your focus from making money to serving and creating value, the financial rewards will naturally follow.

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Overcome THE Main Obstacle Real Estate Investors Face

What’s the one factor behind plateaus, stagnation and analysis-paralysis? If you said, fear, you’re right! 

Fear is the most common barrier from converting real estate plans into real world actions. While we may think potential financial loss, market instability, or bad tenants are stopping us, what’s under the surface is a much more personal hurdle.

This episode is about how to hack your fear-system. After years of combat sports and navigating a panic disorder, I have intimate knowledge of how fear operates and, more importantly, how to conquer it to thrive in real estate investing and in life.

The real key is a better understanding of the fear-system; its levers, its purpose, and ultimately its functionality when inscribed in the wider understanding of our emotional systems. Fear, as I describe it, serves a protective function in our lives, but when left uncontained, it can keep us from realizing our potential. Recognizing fear as an obstacle is the first step. Wouldn’t you like to know what Step 2 is?

Don’t let fear dominate your decisions! On the other side of fear is a wide world of opportunity waiting for you. 

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Is Real Estate Your Escape Plan?

In this episode, I want to take you on a journey that’s both personal and transformative, one that has redefined my understanding of freedom and how real estate investing can be the key to unlocking it.

This episode marks the beginning of a new era for our podcast, now reborn as the “Real Escape Investing” podcast, and I’m thrilled to share with you why this rebranding isn’t just a change of name, but a shift in our collective mindset towards investing and life itself.

My realization came from witnessing the power of real estate to provide an escape—not from responsibility, but from the constraints that so often bind us. Whether it’s being tied to a specific location because of our jobs, feeling trapped by the financial limitations of a 9 to 5, or simply not having enough time to enjoy life, real estate investing offers a way out. It’s about building a passive income, creating a system that works for you, even when you’re not working, breaking free from the glass ceiling of traditional employment, and gaining control over your financial future.

Throughout this episode, I dive into the reasons people turn to real estate. It’s more than just seeking financial stability or planning for retirement. It’s about creating opportunities for wealth accumulation for future generations, seeking a transition to a career with more freedom and flexibility, and fundamentally changing how we live our lives.

Key Topics:

  • Introduction to Real Escape Investing podcast

  • Breaking free from life’s constraints with real estate

  • A personal success story for security and flexibility

  • Key reasons for choosing real estate investing

  • The transformative impact of real estate on lives

  • Role of passive income in financial freedom

  • House hacking and wealth-building strategies

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Afraid of Not Being Able to Afford a Home? Listen to This! 

With today’s property markets, single-family-homes in most urban centers are increasingly becoming luxury items. In this episode Terrie interviews Real Estate Agent David Dippong. David has developed a training program to help educate buyers on how to enter the property market in unaffordable markets.  

In this episode, David and Terrie zero in on the challenges of financial planning for homeownership. David, a licensed real estate advisor, drives home the point that early financial planning is not just wise but crucial to entering the property market. 

Terrie sheds light on the challenge of affording homes in overpriced markets and delves into financial strategies for young individuals to navigate the complexities of expensive properties.

As the conversation unfolds, David and Terrie underscore the need for long-term financial strategies and realistic goal-setting, drawing parallels between homeownership and the strategic planning essential for higher education. 

Tune in to gain practical wisdom on navigating the journey towards homeownership and financial stability!

Key Topics:

  • Importance of Early Financial Planning
  • Affordability Challenges in Overpriced Housing Markets
  • Long-term Financial Planning and Realistic Homeownership Goals
  •  Financial Strategies for Young Individuals in Expensive Property Markets
  • Analogy Between Homeownership Preparation and Strategic Planning for Higher Education

Notable Words From The Episode: 

Entry level house home costs are so high that it’s, you know, used to be kind of a milestone on people’s life progression

 – Terrie Schauer

 

Because it’s easy not to spend all of your money, when there’s this thing that you’re looking forward to in the future

– David Dippong

Timestamp:

[00:00] Podcast intro

[02:40] David  emphasizes the importance of early financial planning.

[05:32] Terrie highlights the challenge of affording homes in overpriced markets

[07:46] David  emphasizes the importance of long-term financial planning and setting realistic goals for homeownership.

[09:38] Terrie delves into financial strategies for young people to afford expensive properties

[11:08] David emphasizes the changing norms in homeownership

[15:40]  Terrie underscores the analogy between preparing for homeownership and the strategic planning involved in pursuing higher education

[17:37] David emphasizes the need for improved education on homeownership and financial matters

[21:41]  Terrie discussed  the importance of finding personal motivation and purpose in financial and life goals

[23:43] Terrie and David emphasizes the importance of living intentionally and making incremental improvements towards personal goals

[31:35] Outro

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Could this be a solution to a broken housing ladder?

Tailor-trash. It’s the first thing that comes to mind when most people think about mobile homes. Franco Perez, mobile home expert, sees something else. Franco believes mobile home ownership can become the first step onto the property ladder. As property prices in many urban centers rise beyond the capacity of many middle-class families, we urgently need some solutions to avoid shutting people out of the benefits of home-ownership. 

Join us for this episode in which Franco talks about the transformative potential of unconventional housing solutions. By sharing his own journey—as a Filippino immigrant turned successful real estate agent—Franco hopes to inspire others. 

He’s going this by dispelling the stigma surrounding mobile home parks as well as the myth of their depreciationm while advocating for a shift in perception.

The conversation between Terrie and Franco explores the business model of using mobile homes as an affordable housing solution, emphasizing the importance of breaking stereotypes. 

Tune in to gain valuable insights into the complexities of the real estate market and the pressing need for more inclusive housing solutions!

Key Topics:

  • From Struggling Immigrant to Successful Real Estate Agent
  • Navigating Skepticism in Establishing a Mobile Home Business
  • Addressing the Stigma Surrounding Mobile Home Parks
  •  Exploring the Business Model of Using Mobile Homes
  • Emphasizing the Importance of Inclusive Housing Solutions

Notable Words From The Episode: 

 

Hearing the pain of young people coming up who are like, I’m never going to own a home, it’s just too difficult.

 – Terrie Schauer

 

If you find something you’re actually passionate about, the obstacles mean nothing.

– Franco Perez

Timestamp:

[00:00] Podcast intro

[00:41] Franco shared his journey from struggling immigrant to real estate agent.

[03:57] Terrie discusses the rising housing costs in Canadian cities like Toronto and Montreal.

[05:03] Franco addresses the stigma around mobile home parks.

[10:12] Franco dispels the myth that mobile homes depreciate.

[11:41] Terrie and Franco  discussed the business model of utilizing mobile homes as an affordable housing solution.

[13:16]  Franco discusses the importance of breaking stigmas around mobile homes and emphasizes the need to understand personal cash flow when considering housing options.

[16:28] Terrie  acknowledges the challenges faced by young people in accessing homeownership.

[17:31]  Franco  discussed the limitations of government programs like reduced rent initiatives.

[19:56] Franco  shares his journey of overcoming obstacles and skepticism while starting a business in mobile homes

[23:34] Outro

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Linkedin:Website: Franco.TV
Instagram: instagram.com/sexymobilehomes/?hl=en
Youtube: @francomobilehomes
Tiktok: @mobilehomeexpert

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Here’s Why Some Passive Investors Almost Always Secure Good Deals

Time freedom. It’s the holy grail that most people seek from Real Estate. That, and financial liberty. In this episode, Bronson talks about his journey out of work as a medical equipment sales person, and into the wonderful world of investing. 

Bronson’s secret sauce: accepting the gradual nature of the process.

In this episode, Terrie underscores the value of nurturing connections between potential partners and passive investors to cultivate confidence and foster relationships.

Tune in as they share practical wisdom and experiences to inspire listeners in their own financial endeavors!

Key Topics:

  • Medical sales to time freedom in real estate
  • Financial independence and early retirement: A gradual process
  • The importance of self-education and networking
  • Networking & Self-Education: Essential Investments
  • Valuing Time in Real Estate

Notable Words From The Episode: 

We want financial freedom, but ultimately, a lot of it has to do with time freedom.

 – Terrie Schauer

 

With passive income, then you have the choice if you want to go to work or not, or you can create your own where you can do what you want to do because you have your living expenses covered.

– Bronson Hill

Timestamp:

[00:00] Podcast intro

[00:56] Bronson discussed their journey from medical device sales to achieving time freedom through multifamily investing and syndication

[02:46] Bronson discussed the concept of achieving financial independence and retiring early

[04:34] Terrie emphasized that financial freedom is a gradual process

[05:21] Bronson discussed the transition from active to passive investing

[07:40] Bronson emphasized the significance of self-education and networking as crucial investments.

[09:53]  Terrie discussed the value of facilitating connections between potential partners or passive investors to build confidence and foster relationships

[12:27] Bronson shared their journey of not quitting their job immediately but gradually transitioning into real estate

[15:16]  Terrie emphasized the importance of valuing one’s time as a business person and real estate investor

[17:19] Terrie and Bronson discussed the common perception of competition in private equity real estate and syndication.

[20:04] Outro

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No Friends in Real Estate? No Problem!

What can you do to accelerate your progress as a real estate investor? Tune into this episode featuring a relaxed conversation between Terrie and Dustin Heiner, Founder of MasterPassiveIncome. 

Dustin shares insights into the origins and growth of the Real Estate Wealth Conference, underlining its philosophy centered around serving and assisting individuals in both real estate and life. 

Terrie, exploring the Canadian perspective, addresses the reservations some investors may have about attending conferences in the US, emphasizing the importance of supportive environments at such events. 

Tune in and implement a systematic approach to your real estate journey, paving the way for increased success in this dynamic industry!

Key Topics:

  • Dustin’s Insights: Financial Gains in Real Estate
  • Importance of Supportive Environments at Conferences
  • Real Estate Wealth Conference: Origins and Success
  • Philosophy of Success: Serving and Helping Others
  • Contrasting Real Estate Individuals on Social Media

Notable Words From The Episode: 

 

I think that’s one of the unfortunate things in our industry is that there are a lot of people in the industry who are very money motivated.

 – Terrie Schauer

 

Real estate’s not about properties, it’s about people.

– Dustin Heiner

Timestamp:

[00:00] Podcast intro

[00:27] Dustin Discussed the financial benefits of investing in real estate.

[02:30] Dustin emphasizes the challenges faced when initially investing in real estate.

[04:45] Dustin  discusses the inception and evolution of the Real Estate Wealth Conference.

[08:19] Dustin underscores the philosophy that success in real estate and life is a byproduct of serving and helping people.

[10:36] Terrie addresses the hesitation Canadian investors may have about attending conferences in the US.

[12:09]  Dustin emphasizes the success of Rewbcon based on two pillars: principles and vision.

[14:49] Terrie underscores the importance of supportive environments in conferences.

[15:44]  Dustin contrasts two types of individuals in the real estate space on social media.

[18:58] Dustin emphasizes the vision of serving and helping others.

[22:19] Outro

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Website:

masterpassiveincome.com 

successfullyunemployed.co 

rewbcon.com  

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