Some powerful thoughts about Life and Private Equity Real Estate by The Real Estate God (@TheRealEstateG6):

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Buy one property a year with fully amortizing debt. Hold forever.

By the time you're 50, you would own 20+ properties which are mostly paid off.

The most simple retirement plan in existence.

If you see anyone in the world succeeding, whether that be a friend, relative, or someone you barely even know.

And you think anything other than “That’s awesome, congratulations”, you have some serious work to do as a person.

Need to get close to the flow of money to get rich.

Get in the middle of multi-million $ transactions & take a cut.

If you can put yourself in the middle of $100M transactions, there's a lot of money flowing around.

Which is why brokerage & acquisitions roles pay so much.

Really no excuse not to succeed within next 10 yrs given the knowledge on the internet

- Get a high-paying career
- Start side-biz to supplement income
- Invest in assets with all spare cashflow

Repeat until assets' cashflow supports your lifestyle & funds new investments.

Funniest thing to watch is Harvard MBA PE guys talk down on an "unsophisticated" local RE owner.

Meanwhile the "unsophisticated" guy is about to liquidate his portfolio for $20M while the Harvard MBAs are stuck toiling in excel just to make a couple hundred grand/yr.

The average net worth for a 30-year old is under $10,000

Buy only one property between ages 22-30 and you're already blowing the average guy out of the water.

Buy one property a year and you're on a different level.

Buy more than that and you never have to work again.

Path that’s going to become increasingly common among talented people

- Get high paying job
- Stay 2-5 years to absorb as much knowledge as possible, save up as much as possible
- Use savings runway to start a business with the knowledge you acquired
- “Retired” by mid 30s

Go to a golf course midday during the week and ask everyone who has the freedom to play at that time what they do (bonus points if they look young for their age)

All either run their own business, are in sales or are investors

So target career paths should be pretty clear.

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