Real estate investing can be very lucrative, but it's not always glamorous.
Last week highlighted that fact for me with an interesting series of contrasts. On Wednesday and Thursday I went to Albuquerque to check on our apartment buildings there and to meet with our property managers. My hubby and I checked out every vacant apartment we have - many of which are in serious need of rehab. We were setting a priority list for getting the work done (starting with the units least in need of work and working our way down).
Click on this picture below to check out a little video I made showing off some of the units... good, bad and ugly.
That was the not-so-glamourous part of my week. And then on Friday I got to enjoy something very glamourous... I was interviewed on TV! I appeared on NBC Channel 24 Central Valley Today, in Fresno, California and got to speak about Real Estate Investor Goddesses and my upcoming event, Wealth Through Real...
I received such terrible news yesterday - a friend passed away from cancer just 5 months after giving birth to her son. In fact, she was diagnosed with a stage 4 cancer the day after she gave birth. It's devastating.
Between the time of her diagnosis and her passing, she shared a lot on Facebook about what she was going through and what she was feeling. One of her worries was the legacy she would leave for her son.
Are you thinking about what kind of legacy you want to leave future generations? The sooner you start building your legacy the better.
Have you considered the question, how long you want your legacy to endure?
One generation? Two generations? In perpetuity?
As we age, our legacy becomes more significant to many of us. If your goal is to leave a legacy which will last generations, consider building two types:
1) Financial Legacy
2) Knowledge Legacy
One without the other will handicap the chances of your legacy lasting...
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