Where Investing Meets Lifestyle

Investor Life - Where Investing Meets Lifestyle

At Investor Life, we believe in planning for and investing in our futures, but we also believe that life is too short to wait to live it.

We bought over 100 residential properties over the last 15 years.  The single biggest thing we have seen that makes people sell and leave their dream behind, is the toll it takes on their lives. We knew we wanted to plan for the future, but not at that cost.

In our Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FearlessInvestors/ you can expect real life advice (the good, the bad and the simply amazing) on how to manage your investments while putting the right connections in place and making just little tweaks to conventional advice, to keep you investing for the long haul.  Too many get overwhelmed by real estate and they leave before their cashflow has really turned to life changing wealth. We saw that happening around us and were determined not to let it take us over.

We travel extensively, take staycations often, spend time with family, have active hobbies and social lives and guess what?  Our portfolio has soared!

Cashflow is great, and lump sums from sales is elating, but its not enough for legacy type, life changing type stuff.  That requires endurance – you have to last long enough for mortgages to get paid down, rents to go up, stabilization to kick in.…so, the question is, how do you stick around long enough for your Cashflow to turn to Wealth?

Learn from us and the other experts we work with, we can save you time, mistakes, regret and empower you to take your next steps in confidence, without sacrificing whats really important to you; love, life, family, health. To you and yours!

Corey and Tiffany


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2 days ago

Investor Life Inc.

Let’s get those goals made for the upcoming week. Make Monday a day to look forward to and kick some butt!! ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Investor Life Inc.

We KNOW the stress that can come from investing.

Here are some ideas that work for some:

1. Having a property manager to handle the day to day stresses.
2. Finding a Working Joint Venture partner to handle everything for you
3. Putting aside large reserves so that when things go wrong, there is money to cover it and it doesn’t uproot your life.
4. Buying a select, higher end type property so you attract a higher income tenant
5. Buying newer properties so maintenance, thus tenant issues are fewer
6. Buying close to home so you can be hands on (if that floats your boat)
7. Buying far from home so you have no choice but to be hands off
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