Wouldn't it be nice to have more time? Think about all of life's passions that get pushed to the side because of how hectic our lives are. Isn't that what life is truly all about? Slowing things down to the point where we can enjoy the fruit of all of our hard work. For some it's cooking a homemade meal, where you know all of the ingredients that go into it and being able to relax at home with a nice glass of wine while you enjoy your meal rather than rushing around getting unhealthy takeout every night or cooking up a frozen dinner because it's quick and easy. For others, it's taking the extra time to spend with your children, reading to them and playing with them, rather than leaving all of that up to the education system. Regardless of what you would do with your extra time, I think everyone would agree that having more time is a good thing.
As a personal finance blog writer, naturally this leads me to the importance of putting your finances on auto-pilot to save you time. Think about the benefit of all of those bills you have put on auto-pay and how much time each month is saved when you don't have to log onto the website and issue payment. Maybe 1 bill isn't that much time wasted, but with all the bills the average person has these days, this can save you literally hours a month. The same exact idea can be applied to your income to save you thousands of hours figuring out investments for yourself. Why not put your money to work for you, so you don't have to? If you think about the wealthy people you know, do you think anyone of them made their money by having a regular job and stashing their money in a low interest savings account? I'm sure the answer is no. You need to get your money working for you. Again, thinking of those same wealthy people, do you think any of them have gotten where they are today by investing only in the stock market? Again I'm sure the answer is no. The stock market does have a role in making money, but it won't take you to an elite status. Most wealthy people became that way through starting a business or investing in real estate.
Regardless of whether you go the business or real estate route, there are huge amounts of time required, especially when first starting up. And I can tell you first hand that there is a LOT to learn when first starting out in real estate investing! Of course with hard work and commitment, you can get yourself to the point where you have success in any venture you choose. But let's be honest with ourselves, many of us have reached a point in our lives where we just don't have the time and effort required to do everything ourselves. In fact, I recently passed up on a chance to start a new business venture for that reason. Having gone through the startup process of real estate investing, I know how time intensive it can be. At this stage in my life I was not interested in starting from scratch and spending hundreds of hours on something else. There just aren't enough hours in the day.
This is where our real estate investment business comes in for investors. Our target investor is the person who just doesn't have the time to figure out real estate by themselves. This investor wants extra time to spend time with the family, work on a hobby or go on vacation whenever they want without having to worry about tenants, termites and toilets. We use our expertise and experience to deal with these things and make this a hands-off experience for our investors. We take care of the entire process of real estate investing for our investors, from start to finish, so our investors can do more of what matters. We are offering an entirely passive experience. Our goal is to enable people put their personal finances on auto-pilot so they can focus on the other important areas of their lives.