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How to Make Sense of The Deal: Real Estate Investing Made Simple With Grant Cardone

How to Make Sense of The Deal: Real Estate Investing Made Simple With Grant Cardone

 

Cash is trash. Go illiquid. Invest in hard assets that won’t lose money, produces a monthly cash flow and has the possibility of appreciation in the future. Learn the reasons to invest and the most important number in real estate in today’s show.

 

Cash is not king. Cash gets destroyed in value. A bank loans it out as fast as they take it in, because cash doesn’t retain its value.

 

If you have a little bit of money left over after your expenses, get rid of it. Invest it, otherwise the value will go down. Investing can be simple.

 

Real estate doesn’t require a college education or website, this business can’t be taken over, can’t be destroyed and will only increase in value.

 

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