How to make your kid wealthy

4 Clever Ways to Pay for Tuition and Make your Kids Wealthy

Formerly published on Canadian Real Estate Wealth According to a TD Bank report from 2009, and accounting for inflation, education costs per child could range from $37,000 (for a live at home student) to $137,000 (for a live away student) when he/she turns 18 years old.   I have twins, I’m expecting that my kids education…

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Investing in Real Estate – 17 Experts Reveal their Most Powerful Advice

To jump start your real estate investment journey on the ideal trajectory, I reached out to a mastermind of real estate pros to reveal their most powerful advice.  I got answers from 17 real estate investment professionals including bestselling authors, entrepreneurs, real estate coaches, and top personal finance bloggers. These people have jointly impacted millions of people…

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Dalia Barsoum - Top Real Estate Financing Expert

Dalia Barsoum – Interview with Canada’s Top Real Estate Financing Expert

‘Real estate investing is about people first. Money follows if you treat people right. ‘- Dalia Hello FNM community, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dalia Barsoum, Canada’s top real estate financing expert, an accomplished speaker, best selling author and real estate mogul. She is also a regular contributor to Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine,…

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How to be a Much Better Real Estate Investor

How to Invest in Real Estate Series: 85 Actionable Steps to Becoming a Real Estate Investor & Feeling Like a Pro

How to Invest in Real Estate Series: Real estate investing is a great path to achieving your first million+ dollars – if you do it right.  Here is a crash course on becoming a pro real estate investor. Real estate investing is a great path to achieving your first million+ dollars – if you do it…

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11 Millionaires Who are Just Like You Reveal their Success Secrets

I’m in awe that I was featured on Huffington Post! Huffington Post is one of the top 1000 sites in the world!   What does it take to become a millionaire? These personal finance bloggers worth over seven figures share the tips that helped them get there.  Click here to read more.

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Lending Loop Review - Canada's First Peer to Peer Lending Marketplace

How I am Investing in Lending Loop – Canada’s first Peer-to-Peer Lending Marketplace

  The majority of my net worth is locked into real estate and that gets me worried from time to time.  On one hand, I love the control I have over my real estate investments.  On the other hand, I don’t want to keep all my eggs in one basket.  The current volatility in the…

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Interview with Gillian Irving

Interview with Gillian Irving of Invest in Student Rentals and Mothers of Real Estate Meetup Group

Hello FNM Community; It is a HUGE honor to introduce you to Gillian Irving, a specialist in student rentals in Ontario.  When I was introduced to Gillian through Julie Broad and I spoke to her on the phone, I recalled how knowledgeable she was about real estate, how open and honest she was about it.…

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23 Clever Ways to Solve Your Negative Rental Cash flow Problems

2015 was a difficult year for my real estate investments.  I started the year taking a sabbatical from my government job, and shortly after I ended up quitting. I planned on relying on the property investment cash flow to help pay for my living expenses, but it didn’t work out so well.  The rental cash flow was…

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Trading is Difficult but Not Impossible

How to Start Trading Stocks and Futures to Make More Money

Making consistent income from trading is hard.   I know because I tried.  I’m a perpetual learner, yearning to find new ways to add more income and an experimenter.  Trading has challenged me at all different levels, financially and psychologically. My journey in trading started in 2001, just after the tech bubble.  I started with 1000…

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Retiring off Rental Cashflow is Difficult

Real Estate Investing Series: How to Retire off Rental Cashflow The Smart Way & Be Financially Free

I never planned to quit my secure government job in 2015; it just happened. I always had a goal of early retirement and, during a recent one-year sabbatical, I decided to accelerate this plan and turn it into reality. Finally, my real estate portfolio was generating cash flow that theoretically exceeded my basic living expenses.…

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