EP 014: Dissecting Our Best Investments (Part 2)

Here we are for another round of “dissecting our best investments”!

This is your chance to take a look behind the scenes of real investments that we have made.

A deep dive… warts and all.

One of the things that annoys me the most about the wealth industry is many people “pretend” to be wealthy.

They wear the clothes, buy the cars and flash the Rolex but you rarely get to ever actually see what investments they have made.

They hide the things that didn’t work and glorify the wins like that is every investment they have ever made.

But here at Business and Investing, transparency with our audience is a key value.

This is the content that would’ve helped me when I was earlier in the journey and I hope helps someone on their journey!

Enjoy the episode!

DISCLAIMER: All information we share is NOT financial or investment advice and is purely intended for entertainment and educational purposes only. Always seek professional advice before acting on any financial decision.

Episode Highlights:

00:00 Introduction
02:47 Why Grant chose to talk about this property
05:40 Why buy this property?
07:56 Property yield vs growth
09:03 The beauty of buy, set and forget investments
10:01 Overcoming the resistance to pay for experts
13:32 About the property
18:10 Fixing the property for rental
20:37 The costs and process of acquiring the property
26:57 Income from the property and expenses 
30:54 How much is the property worth now?
33:09 Future plans for the property
35:13 Risks of investing in the property
38:20 Challenges of acquiring the property
39:59 The importance of hiring a business owner-specific team
49:33 The property’s impact on Grant’s portfolio, team and wealth goal
52:44 How the property changed Grant and Hazel’s mindset
55:40 Reviewing the investment against core wealth concepts

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