With all of the economic uncertainty, it’s often hard to determine what is the most responsible action to take with your money.
As our team learned and discussed last week in our Rich Dad/Poor Dad discussion (led by DaVana Hudson) , it is hard to argue with the philosophy of reducing your debt, in the form of paying off non income-generating liabilities, and increasing your balance sheet with income-producing, solid assets.
For this week’s words, we go to a former president, Mr. Roosevelt (Teddy) and his belief that owning real estate is the surest and safest road to wealth.
It’s a perspective I second and we have several articles this week which also seem to agree.
Every person who invests in well-selected real estate in a growing section of a prosperous community adopts the surest and safest method of becoming independent, for real estate is the basis of wealth.
Auben’s core book of business has always been focused on affordable, workforce, taskforce housing and this seems like a sector poised not only to weather the storm but to thrive over the next couple of years.
Ask Auben agents Cole Thompson, Phuong Nguyen and Bob Steed about some very positive meetings they’ve had recently with city officials and financial institutions and the numerous opportunities out there to continue to be a part of bringing more housing into our communities.
Speaking of community, a reminder that 9/19 is the next Go Good Day. Special shout out to everyone planning and preparing for this day which means so much to me and my family. Special kudos to Jenny Valentin who has been a huge supporter since inception.