The impact of the social media revolution has been analyzed to death. However, there has been one big area where it has been ignored - “The Negative Side Of Positive.”
So you’ve decided it’s time to make a change in your life – you’ve decided to change the financial future of your family and yourself for generations to come. With so many options for investing out there in the marketplace, real estate continues to be at the forefront for people who are truly serious and dedicated to building a long-term wealth strategy that can be repeated over and again.
At the first global summit on resilience, the major takeaway and "Aha!" was that diversity is so often the key to resilience. In nature, biodiversity determines how well an ecosystem can weather a traumatic adversity, like a hurricane, tsunami, deluge or drought. The same can apply to real estate investing.
With all the information swirling around the US real estate market recovery, headlines in the news making seemingly outrageous claims and tales of people purchasing houses on the courthouse steps at rock bottom prices, there has to be a voice that can make sense of all this and set the record straight, right?
“Appreciation” is a popular word in real estate investment. Often it is where the big money is made over time, supported by the other profit centers such as positive cash flow and principle paydown on mortgages. But its true power to the investor is multiplied exponentially when you understand that appreciation is a multi-faceted word.