In the process of real estate investing, I often talk to acquaintances who indicate they would like to do the same thing, but have not yet made the leap. It’s easy to see that they really are envious of the work that we have done to acquire our $3M rental property side hustle. While this may (or may not…depending on your personal perspective) sound like a lot of property, consider that it has taken us over 11 years to acquire this portfolio and required that we jump off the ‘interested’ wagon and become ‘committed’ to the process.
But, more importantly, the purpose of this post is to talk about the difference between being ‘interested’ vs. being ‘committed’. The way I see it, many of those acquaintances who I talk to are merely ‘interested’, but they have not yet made the leap to ‘committed’. What’s the difference? Continue reading “Interested or Committed?”