One of the core ideas when we created the Lee Arnold System was that success in real estate investing does not come from one source: not from one source of income, not from one type of property, and not from one strategy of investing. Having multiple streams of income is an imperative in the creation of real wealth in real estate investing.
The overarching philosophy of success at Cogo Capital and the Lee Arnold System of Real Estate Investing is the Circle of Wealth. It’s the center of everything we do, everything we teach, and everything we want for our customers, our students, our financial clients, and our investors. Journeying on the path of the Circle of Wealth requires a vital element, the movement and momentum created by interdependence with other people.
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The phone is not your enemy.
In fact, if you let it, the phone can be your best and most effective marketing tool…
Are you looking for ways to diversify your income? Have you considered passive investing?
Well you should be!
There are a lot of different ways to invest your money. The most yielding and historically stable way to invest is
There are a lot of ways that real estate investors can make mistakes. To avoid costing you time and money make sure that you pay attention to these 4 common mistakes.
I got a call from a man that claimed my system didn’t work and that it was “trash” (I won’t entertain you with the expletives he used in the most creative ways). When he was done with his tirade, I began the usual question and answer segment of the call, which goes something like this…
When you first start out in real estate investing, I guarantee that you’re going to be overwhelmed by the variety of strategies out there. I’m not just talking about rehabbing, exit strategies, acquisition strategies, or funding, but how you as an individual will be proactive in your real estate career.
We’ve all heard or read the proverbial acronym K.I.S.S. “Keep It Simple Stupid” (or, “Keep It Super Simple” for those of delicate disposition). Working and investing in Real Estate holds the designation of being two things: