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Biblical Wealth Strategies With Real Estate

I’ve heard the statement many times. “You know, I’ve been wanting to get into real estate, but…”

How do you finish that sentence?

“I don’t know how or where to get the money.”
“It’s too risky.”
“Is it biblical?”
“It would take too much time.”
“What if it doesn’t work?”
“It seems like real estate investors take advantage of people.”
“What about a real estate bubble or a market downturn?”
“I’ll start when I get in a better financial situation.”
“I don’t want to deal with clogged up toilets in the middle of the night.”

These thoughts and many others can prevent us from achieving God’s best for our lives and realizing our full potential.

Whether your desire is to quit your job and get into real estate full-time, or you just want to add some appreciating assets to help in your retirement, or restart in real estate because you did it the wrong way, I believe everyone should have some form of real estate in their portfolio!

We know that real estate investing is one of the best avenues to create wealth. God created real estate, and it’s valuable because He is not making any more of it!

And it is interesting to note that if you study the lives of some of the wealthiest people in the country, past and present, you will find that even though there is a diversity of investments and businesses, one common thread in almost every one of them is real estate.

I mentioned in the first session, about how many of us have thought at one time or another, “Man, why didn’t I buy that piece of real estate back when?” What makes us think that things will be different ten years from now if we don’t act and start buying real estate now? I believe ten years from now, we’ll be wishing we had bought more real estate when “prices were so cheap.”

Most of the time, we don’t take action because we don’t know how or where to get the money. Maybe you believe that real estate investors take advantage of people. Maybe you’re afraid of a real estate bubble or a market downturn. All of these reasons boil down to one thing: FEAR!

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