20 thoughts on “Real Estate Investing | A $83,000 Pay Day (now what?…)

  1. Clay use $30k down for one property and another $30k down for another. The rest is up to you on how to spend or invest it.
    Congrats bro feels awesome to get those checks in the mail πŸ‘

  2. I'd buy some rare gold coins with 1/3 of it (they keep their value and can be sold quicker than non-rare coins), give another 1/3 to a broker for long-term investment, and keep 1/3 for day trading. But that's me, and it's probably awful advice. Happy to listen to what you're thinking about doing with it.

    EDIT: I 'was' buying small items to import into the UK, under a set value where import VAT wasn't added. Bought a few new test items this week, only to find out they've changed the rules since last time I've looked and now they've lowered the bar for taxed goods. They also introduced a "handling fee" (PER ITEM). So that option is out of the window, unless I buy in serious amounts. Risk is too high. P/L margin is too tight now.

  3. I'm relating to you so hard right now…
    On the kid stuff in the back of the truck.
    Also, look under the wheels before you leave. There's usually something there, too.
    I crushed a scooter once.

    On the other hand, I've also made it all the way to church with a toy perched on the back bumper.
    They lucked out that time.

  4. Clay just curious how much roughly is your house worth? Just want to know what you can get for your money in Grand Rapids Michigan? For a nice home.

  5. So I'm currently working my way through the claytrader university, I've not completed it yet but at the moment it's looking like I'm going to be trading options once I get started because I'll be starting with a very small account. I've also been thinking about investing in what you would call a "real estate" training course in preparation hopefully for the future, but the issue is I'm in the UK so I don't know if your course would apply to me. For starters here in England we don't even call it real estate, we call it property or housing or residential, what you call a realtor we call an estate agent. So would what I would learn in your real estate course be applicable here or is it incompatible?

  6. Oops, accidentally deleted my comment about buying Microsoft – glad you have some shares already. Fingers crossed.

    Wanted to wish you a happy Halloween and holiday season to you and your family β€οΈπŸ’•β€οΈβ™₯οΈπŸ’•β€οΈ

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