Putting Emotions Aside

We often hear about how important it is to not base your property-buying decisions on emotion.

It’s all well and good to fall in love with a property. But letting those emotions influence your decisions could lead to you overpaying or missing issues.

What we don’t often talk about is the emotional impact that external effects can have on us.

Our client, Jack, lost his father at age 19. 

Worse yet, his father’s modest property portfolio was sold off. Thankfully, Jack inherited some of the money. This was his Dad’s legacy; he needed to use wisely.

In his emotional state, it would have been easy for Jack to go off the rails. 

Many might have just blown through the money they’d inherited and left themselves in a bad position.

But Jack did something different. In honour of his dad’s efforts to build a property portfolio, Jack decided to use the money to buy his first property.

After just 24 months, Jack had repaid the loan on that first property and began building a portfolio of his own.

Now, he has plans to semi-retire in his 30s so that he can appreciate life that little bit more.

Property investing can help you to create the freedom to live your life the way you want to live it.

If you would like to learn more about the Framework to help build semi-retire earlier than visit our Facebook Group First House Buyer where we teach each of the steps to get you to Your Property Success.