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Going to college is extremely expensive these days.
In general, having children is an expensive 18+ years. It is something my wife and I are about to face with complete joy and overwhelming anxiety. Once senior year rolls around, most parents have to figure out a way to pay a massive college tuition bill, not to mention many other expenses that come along with sending a young adult off into the real world. After all, your college student is going to want to have some spending money in their pocket.
Rather than telling them to find a part-time job, which will most likely hurt their extracurricular activities, study time, and social life, why not invest in their future early on? Help them be smart about money and give them a legacy of financial freedom and literacy.
Here is what you do: In the year that you have a baby, buy him or her a turnkey investment property with a 30-year loan. Have any cash flow go directly towards the principal. If you do this...
Today I would like to focus on the VA Home Loan and how you can maximize this benefit to make yourself a multi-millionaire! This is a process I have done and know from experience that it works! I have outlined the process in detail below so that you may also become rich!
It is good to read a book like Larry Loftis book here to establish an understanding in residential real estate investing. This book has helped me tremendously.
Every Combat Veteran has the benefit of $417,000 (there is a slight fluctuation based on the where you live) in home buying power backed by the Government. The VA Home Loan allows you to purchase Real Estate with $0 out of pocket and negates the expense of mortgage insurance.
Now, I like to make as much money as possible with as little time and effort as possible and one way to do that is with other people’s money. In this case the governments. Now your job is to MAX OUT YOUR BENEFIT so that the total value of the VA Home Loan is working FOR you.
I proudly served 22 exciting years in the Air Force as a calibration technician and laboratory auditor. It provided some of the best experiences in my life. Still, halfway through my career, real estate became more attractive than my military education and training. I began to purchase homes as I moved through assignments and always enjoyed talking about real estate investments. While I loved my country and was proud of my military service, it was easy to see that I had a second agenda in real estate. The military and real estate investments have provided security for my family, and I hope this article will teach other veterans of the opportunities to provide additional security for their families.
Growing Wealth Through VA Loans
After approximately 10 years in the Air Force, I bought my first home with a VA loan and became intrigued by the success and growth of the housing market. After a divorce, I needed financial help and began renting (house hacking) my...