I wanted to provide the readers of this site a quick summary about myself.
I am 30 years old (in 2016) and currently reside in North Carolina. I graduated from West Point and am now serving as an Engineer Officer in the military. I've been thankful to get an MBA from Duke University and a M.S. from Missouri Science and Technology.
*#3 Bloomberg 2017 Business School Ranking!
I've been married to the love of my life for five years now and am now the luckiest man in the world. We have two young kids pictured below:
Once retired from the military, I plan to use my passive income to help fund ministries and missions around the world. (See Mission and Vision and Investing Goals Tabs)
I am always looking to learn and for interesting discussion. Feel free to send me an email. I hope you enjoy the Site,
Passive Income Dude
I see that you have a family, I hope your investment goal will be achieved within your expected time.ReplyDelete
Thanks Hansen! There definitely is incentive when you have people counting on you! Take care!Delete
Hello PID! I just discovered your blog, and really impressed. Very nice real estate portfolio. Do you use management companies to take care of your out of state properties?ReplyDelete
Hey Fabdividends, thanks! As for the real estate portfolio, I DO use management companies. This is partly why my cash flow is lower currently, and why most of my return is now with 'equity paydown.' Living out of state was the reason I went this route at first, but with my North Carolina property, I think I am going to forego property management. Thanks for commenting!Delete
Congrats on your achievements (school, family, career, etc) ... You should do very well reaching all your goals! I wish I had a real estate portfolio like yours, but I am strictly stocks for now.ReplyDelete
Good luck to you!
Thanks ADD. We'll see what happens with reaching my goals. Some of them are meant to really stretch me and I'm intending on making even bolder goals next year. As to having a real estate portfolio, my best advice is just to spend some time learning about it, and then actually go and buy a property. Once you get one you'll be hooked and actual 'hands on' experience is the best way to get started. Definitely worth it.Delete