While you’re fussing over your bills, did you realize you’re making your landlord rich? Rentals are the most lucrative business to get into. It turns ordinary people into multi-millionaires. The next time you’re afraid of committing to a mortgage, keep in mind that you’ve already committed to paying off the mortgage of someone else - every single month you rent. The only time home buying doesn’t make sense is if you’re still living with your parents rent-free. But if you prefer to live in a home, townhouse, or a condo, it always makes the most sense to buy.
Stop making your landlord rich and start building your own net worth. You can still enjoy owning a home - even if you don’t intend to stay in an area for long. You can always resell your home, most often for more money than you put in, or turn it into a lucrative side business by hiring a property management company to rent it out on your behalf. Whatever you decide, don’t be afraid of a mortgage commitment - you’re paying one regardless. Now ask yourself, do you want to make yourself money or make your landlord money?
Author:Lauren Rockwell Phone: 214-717-1636 Dated: December 10th 2018 Views: 1,704 About Lauren: Hi, I am Lauren and I am a real estate agent with Rogers Healy and Associates. I grew up in the DFW ...
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Craig Dellio was born in Toronto, Canada, into a family where selling was a part of life.
Craig’s father began his own custom tailored menswear store in 1951 at the age of 23, using his immigrant father’s $5000 life savings and a similar sized bank loan. At the age of 12, Craig began working at his father’s store on Saturday mornings, pricing merchandise, stocking shelves, and selling clothes.
Throughout high school, Craig worked with his father, selling everything from shirts and ties to cashmere sweaters to high end luxury clothing, while observing and learning how to develop lasting client/seller relationships and efficient selling techniques.
Craig graduated from McMaster University in 1979 majori ng in Geology. He was hired by Gulf Corporation, and moved to Calgary, Alberta to drill oil and gas wells in Western Canada.
Geologists sell their “ideas” for drill sites to company management to explore for oil and gas, and if successful, will positively impact the Company they work for. Craig “sold”, his ideas to his employers, convincing them to drill 8-10 wells each year at costs exceeding $400,000 per well.
In 1987, Craig moved back to Toronto to join his father’s company and spent 27 years marketing, promoting, buying, selling and overseeing the operation of a successful independent menswear business.
In 2014 Craig retired and moved to Plano, where he lives with his Texan born wife, Tessa. He spent the first two years exploring the state, including Amarillo and the Palo Duro Canyon, South Padre Island, Fort Worth, El Paso, Lake Conroe, Austin, San Antonio and the Hill Country. He enjoys enriching his life with Texan culture, food and art.
With numerous listings, sales, rentals, leases, and securing apartments for his clients, Craig looks forward to working hard and establishing new and rewarding relationships with his clients at Rogers Healy & Associates. Whether you are interested in selling, buying, investing or leasing, he will be working when you’re not, and working smart, and working hard for you.
Let’s get together soon and discuss how I can help you achieve your real estate goals. The coffee is on me!