Year In Review

It’s been quite a year. Good and bad, up and down. Back in January of this year, I lost my job of over 20 years because the company was going out of business. Not a good time for a middle aged IT manager to be looking for work. With one kid in college and one soon to be, everything had the potential of going south.

Luckily I was aware that my company would be going out of business and I had time to prepare. I had always wanted to be involved in real estate but never really found my niche. I brought a lot of real estate courses and spent a lot of money, everything from pre-foreclosures to rental houses to lease options to probate deals. As I learned each technique there was always something about it that turned me off. But I never gave up my desire to make my living in real estate.

I finally found my niche, my passion if you will. And I am currently making a living as a land wholesaler. I like it, I’m good at it. And I am finally master of my own domain. If I screw up, it’s going to be my fault and not that of an ailing economy.  I also wanted to show my kids that just because your down, doesn’t mean your out. It’s never too late to follow your dreams no matter where they take you.

Wishing everyone a Happy Holiday Season and a prosperous New Year.

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