“Small Apartment Investors” goal is to help people successfully buy and manage apartments that are 5-50 units. We do this by following this formula for success, in exact order:
Mindset +Skill set + Performance = Results.
Everyone involved with Small Apartment Investors has the same goal of getting enough income from their properties that cover their living expenses. With the need not to work anymore for someone else. Some may want to continue to work and get the income for retirement, some may want to own small apartments for tax write offs, some may want to provide for generational wealth, some to fund their kids college tuition, some may want to travel….the list is endless.
What will owning a portfolio of small apartments give you? Why do you want that?
“The meaning you attach to something produces the emotion of your life and your emotion is your life.” — Tony Robbins
Here are some things to think about concerning about money. Money will buy:
- A house but not a home
- Food but not an appetite
- Knowledge but not wisdom.
- A bed but not sleep
- Medicine but not health
- Companions but not friends
To reach your financial goals, knowledge is required. Knowledge in understanding what to do, and how to do it. That knowledge followed with action will then set you up for success. Here is a little story to explain it better.
A giant ship engine failed. The ship’s owners tried one expert after another, but none of them could figure but how to fix the engine.
Then they brought in an old man who had been fixing ships since he was a young.
He carried a large bag of tools with him, and when he arrived, he immediately went to work. He inspected the engine very
carefully, top to bottom.
Two of the ship’s owners were there, watching this man, hoping he would know what to do.
After looking things over, the old man reached into his bag and pulled out a small hammer. He gently tapped something.
Instantly, the engine lurched into life. He carefully put his hammer away. The engine was fixed!
A week later, the owners received a bill from the old man for ten thousand dollars.
“What?” the owners exclaimed. “He hardly did anything!”
So they wrote the old man a note saying, “Please send us an itemized bill.”
The man sent a bill that read:
Tapping with a hammer…… …… ……… $ 2.00
Knowing where to tap……… …… ……… $ 9,998.00
Morale of the story, Effort is important, but knowing where to make an effort makes all the difference! Knowledge is
power. Guess what, the wealthy know where to tap!
With Small Apartment Investors (SAI) we will bring together current apartment owners of 5-50 units to share knowledge.
Why don’t you join us? As the saying goes, “A rising tide lifts all boats.”
We will have:
- Podcast/online interview sessions with other members talking about their background, obstacles, successes, advice, strategy, etc.
- Interview professional advisors, such as CPA, Attorneys, Finance, Property Managers…basically anyone who can help you reach the goal of making $200,000 a year – Net, Passive, Leveraged income from your apartment buildings.
- Have mixer social events for everyone to meet in person and network.
- Newsletters that will introduce tips and tricks to be a better apartment investor.
A lot of the time in life we just do what others around us do. There is a saying that goes, “You are the average of the 5 people you hang out with most.” So if your inner circle is not talking about or doing things positive with making, keeping and growing their money.
Are you Bob or Paul?
We only want people like Paid Paul to be with us. If you are like Broke Bob “please exit, stage left.”
Broke Bob, thinks, life happens.
Paid Paul thinks, I create my life.
Broke Bob, wants to be paid.
Paid Paul, is committed to being paid.
Broke Bob, thinks of limitations.
Paid Paul, thinks of possibilities.
Broke Bob, focuses on obstacles.
Paid Paul, focuses on opportunities.
Broke Bob, resents rich and successful people.
Paid Paul, admires other rich and successful people.
Broke Bob, associates with negative and unsuccessful people.
Paid Paul, associates with positive and successful people.
Broke Bob, mis-manages his money and buys liabilities.
Paid Paul, manages his money and buys assets.
Broke Bob, focuses on his working income with instant gratification.
Paid Paul, focuses on his net-worth and postpones gratification.
Broke Bob, thinks he already knows it all.
Paid Paul, is constantly learning.
Broke Bob, lets fear stop him.
Paid Paul, acts in spite of fear.
Broke Bob, works hard for his money.
Paid Paul, has his money work hard for him.
Refuse to be “Broke Bob.”
Determine to be “Paid Paul.”
In life there are 3 types of people.
Person 1. Make things happen.
Person 2. Watches things happen.
Person 3. Says, “Hey what happened?”
What type of person are you?
Cordell Davenport (The Playmaker Of Progress).