(June 07, 2019) Don’t Pay Cash for Real Estate Investment Properties

Al Gordon dissects an article that promotes buying investment properties with cash. He explains why financing a property’s purchase offers numerous advantages over paying cash.

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(June 06, 2019) The Economy in Texas is Booming

Al Gordon reviews renowned economist M. Ray Perryman’s analysis of the Texas economy and discusses why robust job growth creates the perfect environment for investing in real estate.

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(June 05, 2019) “The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself” – FDR

These words from Franklin D. Roosevelt’s inaugural address in 1933 still resonate because fear is ever-present in our lives. Al Gordon takes on five basic fears all humans experience and explains how they can be alleviated by investing in real estate.

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(June 04, 2019) Waking Up To Financial Freedom – Richard L.’s Story

Al Gordon interviews Richard L. from Austin, TX. Richard has owned a landscape architect design firm for 22 years. His saving plan for retirement was similar to those of most Americans. He listened to his financial advisor and invested in stocks, mutual funds, and IRAs. And then the crash in 2008 wiped out half of his retirement savings. It was a turning point, and he decided to find a better investment vehicle for his money – real estate.

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(June 03, 2019) A Well-balanced Life

Del Walmsely, the founder of Lifestyles Unlimited, came up with seven principles for a well-balanced life: growth, fun, health, wealth, legacy, spirituality, and family. These areas tend to get pushed to the side when all of your time is focused on your job. Al Gordon discusses each of these principles and how you can achieve a better balance.

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(May 31, 2019) Light at the End of the Tunnel

Whether you realize it or not, you most likely go about your day with a middle-class mindset. You work 40+ hours a week for someone else, save money for retirement in a 401(K), and plan to retire after working another 30 years. Al Gordon wants to help you start thinking with a millionaire’s mindset. The light at the end of the tunnel does not have to be an oncoming train.

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(May 30, 2019) Commit to Your Financial Freedom

Commitment is the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, or goal. Al Gordon recommends thinking long and hard about your value system and your commitments and consider including the following tenets: i) retire in 5 years or less; ii) stop relying on 401(k)s, IRAs, and pensions for your retirement; and iii) start developing passive income. The Lifestyles Unlimited members who seriously commit to these tenets are now financially free as a result.

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(May 29, 2019) The Disability Contingency Plan

Here’s a sobering fact. More than 25% of people in the U.S. will become disabled before they reach retirement age. You could very well be one of those people who has to rely on disability benefits for social support. It will barely be enough money to get by, though. Do you have a contingency plan? Your financial situation does not have to change simply because you are disabled and can no longer work. Al Gordon explains why investing in real estate is the perfect contingency plan.

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(May 27, 2019) Single Family Deal Analysis

Al Gordon walks listeners through the analysis of what Lifestyles Unlimited members view as their bread and butter – a 3 bedroom, 2 full bath single family house with good bones.

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(May 24, 2019) Del Walmsley’s Three Rules of Investing & Why They’re Important

Warren Buffett buys businesses at wholesale prices and makes money while he sleeps. He does not lose money. Del Walmsley buys real estate fifty cents on the dollar and makes money while he sleeps. He does not lose money. If you think you are emulating the rich by risking your principle in the stock market or saving in a 401k, think again. Today, we explore Del’s three rules of investing. This is not what you were taught in school and it never will be.

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