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Pay Off Your Loan Or Invest? Know What’s Better For You

Time and time again, I see people choosing to focus either a mortgage or an investment but not both at the same time. But which option is better to start with? In this article, I will show you how you can invest AND pay off your mortgage without the diminishing effects of either process. I want to show you that it’s possible to pay off your mortgage and invest simultaneously. More often than not, such a decision often depends on your financial situation. While many people believe that paying off money is best since it saves on your interest payments, others may want to invest their extra

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The eviction moratorium has completely expired and the US Supreme Court ruled against the CDC wanting to extend the moratorium. In addition to this, recently the Federal Unemployment Benefit also expired this week and the Biden Administration has no intention of bringing the unemployment benefit back as the economy is starting to open up.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uaTUQruQjKQ In this video, I’m going to unpack what this all means and how real estate investors could potentially benefit from the eviction

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January 4, 2021

The Great Reset | The ELIMINATION of the Housing Market?

The Great Reset | The ELIMINATION of the Housing Market? The Great Reset has the potential to COMPLETELY eliminate the housing market. How? Well in this video I will explain how homes, rental properties, and other forms of real estate could potentially fall into the hands of the central bank. This means there is NO chance of real estate investing, post great reset. Just like they said, you’ll own nothing and be happy about it. Well I can tell you who won’t be happy…..EVERYONE who owns a home or a rental property! The great reset is a threat to all people looking to become financially independent through real estate…….. The Kwak Brothers Free Stuff (Passive Investor Training Included) 0-75 Units In 1 Year https://0to75units.com/book-order1587970091604 The Great Reset EXPLAINED | Investors BEWARE! https://youtu.be/IwEhDm5CbpY Contact Us: [email protected] 0:00 Intro 0:53 The Great Reset Effects on the Housing Market 1:48 Great Reset similar to communism 2:30 Point number one Housing Market VS Great Reset 4:50 Point number two housing market vs great reset 6:33 Point number three housing market vs great reset 8:27 My final thoughts about the housing market vs great reset There has been several connections between the great reset and communism. It’s just falling under the shroud of the elites pushing for the great reset. Under communism, there is no such thing as home ownership as the state owns all of the properties. And one of the ways that we could potentially see all housing being forfeited, the raising of the already high, property taxes. And we have all heard those politicians on tv saying how we are going to get free this, free that, well… how will the government pay for all of that? So with the implementation of new social programs…property taxes are typically raised. Now will this effect you as a renter? YES. ABSOLUTELY YES! Because who do you pay monthly rent to…..your landlord. And who has to pay property taxes? YOUR LANDLORD. Secondly, banks may start calling your mortgage notes due on your current mortgage. Now with the great reset, there is a potential for ALL banks to go away completely, Sounds like a good deal right? Well we’d like to think that, but what would happen? Banks would get bought out completely by the central bank, The Fed, The Federal Reserve. And if you take a look at history, the Soviet Union had only one bank, ran by the state. Now think for a second, how much of your debt is owned by the banking system…. ALL OF IT. Your mortgage, student loans, car loans, credit card debt…. the list literally goes on. So whoever controls your debt…..controls you. So the great reset, you may have all of your debts forgiven, but you will forever be under control of the globalis……I mean central bank. Now lastly, if you take a look at the Federal Reserve in the last 10 years. They have been buying up corporate bonds and mortgage backed securities. Scary. I know.
January 4, 2021

The Closing Table Show | Se1 Ep1 | Official

Welcome to our FIRST ever episode of the Closing Table. The Closing Table is a Reality TV show for real estate investors. Think of it as “Shark Tank for Real Estate”. Contestants (aspiring real estate investors) bring their deals to the top deal closer experts to pitch their deals. Winners will be inducted into the Closing Table Hall of Fame. Losers will be “Kwak Blocked”… Be on the Show: Grab our FREE Book: https://0to75units.com Our contestants today are Jason from Arizona and Shaun for Missouri. Jason and Shaun both have deals that they are working on and they want the help of the Kwak Brothers to analyze their deals to see if it’s profitable or not. Find out whether Jason or Shaun are inducted into the Hall of Fame or … they have been Kwak Blocked.
January 4, 2021

10 Things that Millionaires don’t Buy… | Financial Minimalism

10 Things that Millionaires don’t Buy… | Financial Minimalism. As you can imagine, we’re EXTREMELY frugal and careful with our money. Instead of splurging and wasting a ton of money on things that aren’t fruitful, we’re extremely focused on investing our dollars that have a higher certainty for returns. So here are the 10 things that we don’t buy or spend money on to be financially frugal. Some would call this financial minimalism or financial frugality. We just call it being smart with your money 🙂 By following these steps, we’ve been able to make more money and save money in the process: 1:12 #1. Lottery Tickets Millionaires don’t leave their money-making activities to chance but rather focus on creating value by building products and services that solve another’s problem. Instead of throwing the extra $20, $40, or even $100 into a lottery ticket, why not invest it. And not just into stocks, bonds, or mutual funds but also investing in knowledge, starting your own business, or improving your health? 2:56 #2. Gambling/Betting Just like point #1, millionaires don’t spend (or waste) their money on gambling or any serious betting. 3:36 #3. Fast Food / JunkFood Now, I’m no nutrition or a medical professional but I know by avoiding fast food and adopting a healthier diet, I can reach peak performance in my business. 5:23 #4. Get Rich Quick Scheme/MLM Money always follows value. If you participate in a business model that doesn’t create any actual value, this is a failing business model and therefore, your investment has gone to waste. 7:07 #5. Brand Name Clothes One of the ways that I get away with buying clothes is through my business. Because we have a YouTube channel as well as making frequent public appearances, my brother and I are allowed to buy certain clothes through our business which we can ultimately write it off for tax purposes. Bringing Steve Jobs back again, he was often known to wear the same thing over and over again. This also has to do with the fact that Steve simply didn’t want to spend his mental energy to decide what he wants to wear. Instead, he made a single decision upfront to wear the same thing over and over again so that he can invest his mental energy in building his company at the time. 9:04 #6. Going Out/Alcohol Instead of going out or spending money on alcohol, we invest that time and money to growing our business. 11:19 #7. New Phones Every Year Millionaires don’t buy the “newest” gadgets each year… Even if they do, they have their businesses buy them and such investments have to serve a specific purpose in helping them grow their business. 13:02 #8. Fake Rich Spending This one is obvious… true millionaires know that they are – they don’t fake it by spending an insane amount of money to look rich. 15:19 #9. TV Subscriptions Instead of watching TV, movies, or shows that aren’t fruitful, millionaires instead watch courses, CEO interviews, Ted Talks, and other content that help and add to their businesses. 16:46 #10. Overpriced Real Estate/Investments Not only true with real estate but millionaires are very careful when investing their money. You have to know WHEN is a good time to buy and for what price.
January 4, 2021

How to pay off a 30 year home mortgage in 5-7 years (2021)

How to pay off a 30 year home mortgage in 5 to 7 years. This is the most up to date version of our explanation on how you can pay off a 30-year mortgage in just 5 to 7 years on average. In the video, I will demonstrate how a banking strategy can be used to pay off a 30 year home mortgage in just 5-7 years without sending double payments, changing your current level of income, without refinancing, without loan modification, and without hurting your credit. Download Our FREE Strategy Calculator: https://chopmymortgage.com Key Parts: 0:00 Introduction 0:40 Disclaimer 0:54 Why is Your Mortgage Dangerous? 6:11 Why you should never Refinance!? 8:13 Intro to HELOC 8:32 HELOC vs Mortgage 11:19 Intro to Average Daily Interest 15:00 Intro to 1st Lien HELOC Strategy 22:52 Recession Impact on HELOC? 23:51 Free HELOC Calculator Download Disclaimer: I am not an attorney, accountant, or financial planner. This video is intended to be an educational video. This video should not be taken as financial, legal, and/or tax advice. Sam Kwak is a Certified Credit Counselor #11613. This is not a credit counseling session. I suggest that all viewers consult with professionals prior to implementing any or all parts of our strategy. RECAP OF THE VIDEO: I start this video with an explanation as to why a 30-year mortgage is like a trap for 21st-century homeowners. The reason being is that Americans (and Canadians) experience frequent life changes that cause them to move or they are eluded to refinancing because the refinance rates might be low. Unfortunately, such an event happens before 7-10 years into the mortgage. In the first 5-7 years, the vast majority of your mortgage payment goes straight to interest payment. A very small portion of your monthly payment actually goes to pay down the principal balance of the mortgage. Fortunately, there is a way to escape this. We’re going to introduce a new tool to help us with this called a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) A HELOC is different than a traditional mortgage in several ways. The two main things to remember are (1) a HELOC is a revolving line of credit – which means you have the ability to pay back and re-use any available limit of the HELOC; and (2) a HELOC uses average daily interest calculation (simple interest) instead of an amortization interest calculation which is used by your 30-year mortgage. There’s a common myth out there saying that HELOC interest rates are always variable and higher. This isn’t true… There are HELOCs out there with fixed interests rate and some even have lower interest rates. Now, in 2021 – the best version of this strategy (in my opinion) is to use a 1st lien HELOC to completely replace your mortgage. By doing this, we now only have one debt against your home. No more 30 year amortized mortgage! Just a 1st lien HELOC. With the 1st lien HELOC, you’re now able to deposit all of your income (and event savings) into the HELOC balance to reduce the average daily balance – which ultimately means a lower interest amount you’ll pay on a daily basis. Doing this will keep the interest bill low while still being able to draw the funds out for expenses, emergencies, or even a rare investment opportunity. Now, you may have questions such as a.) couldn’t the banks freeze my HELOC? b.) are the banks still lending HELOCs? c.) how do you qualify for a HELOC? d.) What if I don’t have any equity? – I answer most of these questions on our […]
January 4, 2021

The Great Reset EXPLAINED | Investors BEWARE!

The Great Reset EXPLAINED | Investors BEWARE! The great reset is a proposal, by the World Economic Forum, that all world leaders, dramatically shift or RESET their economic philosophy, towards a one-world economy. On the surface level, The Great Reset sounds like a great idea to encourage unity and put the world powers together to stop all of the world’s problems right? Well in this video were are going to dig into what Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum are proposing and unpack how that will affect everyone……. The Kwak Brothers Free Stuff (Passive Investor Training Included) 0-75 Units In 1 Year https://0to75units.com/book-order1587970091604 0:00 Intro 1:05 The major components of The Great Reset 1:12 Component number one of The Great Reset 1:50 Breakdown of point one of The Great Reset 4:03 Component number two of The Great Reset 4:22 Breakdown of point two of The Great Reset 5:40 Component number three of The Great Reset 6:30 Breakdown of point three of The Great Reset 8:22 Private Business vs Government Spending 10:00 How the Great Reset will effect Investors 14:33 What does this all mean & final thoughts The great reset would steer the market to fairer outcomes. The article from the World Economic Forum hints at a change in the tax regulations, fiscal policies, upgrade trade arrangements and create conditions for a stakeholder economy. Now with many governments and the citizens of that country reaching an alarming amount of debt, the World Economic Forum is proposing a great reset of the world’s economy. Now the World Economic Forum is talking about changing outcomes and in my previous video, I talk about opportunities vs outcomes. I believe in fair opportunities, not fair outcomes. Because let’s be honest, not everyone has the same work ethic or aspirations for success. One person might work night and day to achieve their career/monetary goals, while another individual is ok with just sitting in a chair, watching the price is right, and eating bon-bons all day. Those two should not be treated the same. Also according to the World Economic Forum, governments need more involvement in the private sector, especially the business arena. I don’t agree, in fact, the government needs to keep their hands out of business completely. Look at NASA vs Space-X, NASA has spent BILLIONS of dollars trying the achieve what Space-X has done, with less amount of money, and time. Now the World Economic Forum proposes global forgiveness of debts, in return, lose control of ownership of everything. That means you wouldn’t be able to own anything, car, home, nothing. World Economic Forum: “Now is time for a great reset” Article https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/06/now-is-the-time-for-a-great-reset/?fbclid=IwAR14cSkc0ko5k54SY1K5Aa4D6-w0LWtjKdzxx0bIYVVDIQkmjlnduZnyxUg COVID-19: The Great Reset Presentation from the World Economic Forum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHRkkeecg7c