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I'm planing in investing on rental property, everytime I have enough money to purchase a duplex or a good house to rent I will purchase it.
That way I have an extra income from the rental property, Then I will learn to be a handy man at a local vocational school (not to get a job) so that I can purchase houses and duplexes that need work, then I'll sell them or rent them.
I'll buy these properties "cheap", fix them and sell or rent them for profit.
My wife will work a part time with health benefits, rigth now she does not work, she is going to school to become a Lab tech.
And I don't have $100,000 I said that this was my goal, I invest in stocks and my money is growing pretty fast.
If none of this works out I'll be working all my life, but i'm thinking positive.
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