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Old 03-14-2019, 03:34 PM   #106
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This is ~15% accurate by my estimation. I'll be the source of truth.

Didn't you also try to steer me away from my first rental investment, that I cashed for a tax free net of $71,000 after 3 years? And I did that just for sh!ts and gigs.

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Weren't you a grown man with three roommates at the time?
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Old 03-14-2019, 03:39 PM   #107
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Old 03-14-2019, 03:40 PM   #108
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This is ~15% accurate by my estimation. I'll be the source of truth.

Didn't you also try to steer me away from my first rental investment, that I cashed for a tax free net of $71,000 after 3 years? And I did that just for sh!ts and gigs.

You're fired.
You should take some of that and repay Verizon for the educational expenses you fleeced them on.
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Seems to be very common. You can buy your dream vacation home and rent it out to cover expenses; but you aren't going to make any money on it, dealing with renters will be a constant headache, and you'll only be able to use the property off-season. Still a pretty good deal for most people, but not the "can't miss" investment many seem to expect going in.
People need to have realistic expectations. The overall strategy seems ok if you accept that you're acquiring the value of an asset by having others live there and pay off the mortgage. One of my family properties was used as a rental until they retired. No real frills to the place. Once they retired, they remodeled it into what they wanted.

Separately, I'd use some caution when buying coastal properties. Don't buy in areas that are prone to flooding because that can cause a continual remodeling effort and a drag on costs. My family always looked at topography maps and visited any areas coastal areas after some storms to get an idea of where damage seemed to occur before buying anything.
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People need to have realistic expectations. The overall strategy seems ok if you accept that you're acquiring the value of an asset by having others live there and pay off the mortgage. One of my family properties was used as a rental until they retired. No real frills to the place. Once they retired, they remodeled it into what they wanted.

Separately, I'd use some caution when buying coastal properties. Don't buy in areas that are prone to flooding because that can cause a continual remodeling effort and a drag on costs. My family always looked at topography maps and visited any areas coastal areas after some storms to get an idea of where damage seemed to occur before buying anything.
agree on the flooding issue. topography mapping is pretty easy to come by these days, but a quick call to an in-area insurance guy can give you great/quick feedback as well. i'd do both for anything you look at seriously.

also, "life proof" any property close to water. tile the floors as much as possible. the porcelain wood tiles are great looking if you want the wood look/feel. hardwoods, cheap shit, and carpet will be a revolving expense. same goes with counter tops in the kitchen and bathroom. If you can limit things to a fresh coat of paint every once in a while, it's very manageable. and second-hand / craigslist is your best friend when it comes to furniture and decorating. folks are always turning over very nice furniture in beach areas as they buy and sell properties.
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