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Pros And Cons Of Paying Off Student Loans Early – Should I Pay Off My Student Loan or Invest in Real Estate?

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Pros And Cons Of Paying Off Student Loans Early – Highest Rated?

Should I pay off my student loan or invest that money in real estate instead? This is a great question and the answer can really be as simple as taking the time to do a little math. We’ll talk pros and cons of paying off student loans early and which is the best choice for you.

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  1. Jamen Armendariz
    July 27, 2021 at 7:25 am

    This may be a dumb question but does the 6% return you calculated on paying towards student loan vs the higher return you calculated investing in a rental property take into consideration the amount of interest you will not have to pay over the course of the life of the student loan? Sometimes the interest over the life of a student loan can be about the amount of the principal

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  5. Jessica Ramirez
    July 27, 2021 at 7:25 am

    I have a degree in business. I love business but I’m not using my degree at all. I’m working a shit job. I want out. And I want to get rid of these student loans. In my opinion my degree was a waste of time and money. I was financial uneducated and didn’t know why I was going to school just did it because it’s “what’s you do”. I am interested I. Real estate investing now. I haven’t paid my student loans in over a year. I haven’t even looked at my credit score but I know it’s horrible.

  6. Joe’s Channel
    July 27, 2021 at 7:25 am

    What city do you recommend house hacking in?

  7. Brian Desilets
    July 27, 2021 at 7:25 am

    Please talk about how to handle a house hack of a quad regarding if you can depreciate the building without it being in an llc. Also, can you get a traditional 30 year mortgage for a quad you would like to hack, but perhaps hold it in an location to get it out of your name. Loving the videos!

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    July 27, 2021 at 7:25 am

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  9. ItsInTheDetails
    July 27, 2021 at 7:25 am

    I say skip college all together and start buying multi family rentals and start a business straight out of high school. Too many people with $30k + degrees that are not even working in their area of study. That’s a waste of time and money.

  10. Charles Johnson
    July 27, 2021 at 7:25 am

    Great video, Matt.

    We talked In Denver about house hacking, so this Video is right now is in my wheelhouse.

    I’m coming out of Grad. school in May with two master degrees and way more than I wanted in sl debt. I mean WAY more. My wife has a bit of sl debt too, from her second bachelors, in nursing. We are still trying to find the right deal, we’re in Chicago, as you may recall. We have put in nearly ten offers and been beat every time by slim margins. My wife and I are conservative investors, we run the numbers four or five times before we make an offer. We’re trying to buy well below market rate and deferred maintenance properties with a healthy ARV are in our price range; nice duplexes, average 3-flats, or possibly a really rough gut rehab 4-flat. What are your thoughts on 203k or homestyle programs for a house hack? Are there any factors you would highlight for us to be thinking about?

    Blessings,

    Pastor Charles