Hardworking Penguin [hahrd-wur-king peng-gwin]
1. real estate investor in Las Vegas
2. one who uses real estate as a mean to pursue other passions including but not limited to food, travel, personal finance, and other shenanigans
This website is about my journey as a real estate investor in Las Vegas, or rather a quest, to live a more adventurous and fulfilling life as I navigate through a world that has so much to offer along with its challenges. Life can go by so fast. This has become a journal of sort as I try my best to reflect upon my experiences and my travails. My thoughts are always cluttered and disorganized so what’s a better way to organize them than to put them into words I can share.
My belief is that education (and by education, I do not mean by going to school) is truly the most important component of any one’s life and one must continuously seek greater knowledge. I sincerely wish sharing things I learned along the way will inspire you to further educate yourself and further explore your ideas, dreams, and hopes. I did not become a good real estate investor in Las Vegas until I started getting myself educated.
1. Real Estate Investing – I am a real estate investor in Las Vegas after all. Real estate is what got me to start my quest to live a more adventurous life. Using creative real estate methods and rehabbing, I became a landlord focusing on getting passive income and aiming to retire early. But yes, I do also buy houses cash in Las Vegas. “Sell my house in Las Vegas?” Yes I can help you with that. I have other websites, like 702 Las Vegas Homes. I am also a real estate blogger for BiggerPockets. You can even hear my real estate podcast right here!
2. Traveling Tales – Traveling has allowed me to see and experience a whole new different world. Getting a new perspective, though sounds cliche, is key to fostering my creativity and openness to experiences. I love my road trips to places like Vancouver and Yellowstone Park and I also enjoy exploring historical stuff like the USS Arizona Memorial.
3. Financial Shenanigans – While not everyone is a finance major, but it is extremely important to understand how money works because factors like inflation, mortgages, and economic crisis play a significant role in your life. You will be better prepared the more you know.
4. Personal Finance and Others – An addition to the above part. A closer look at some of the finances that are more relevant in a micro aspect like figuring out when to retire and studying financial decisions of others.
6. I Read Them So You Don’t Have To – I read a lot of books. Sometimes certain books really impressed me like Atlas Shrugged and Thinking, Fast and Slow and I will tell you all about it so you don’t have to read it. Of course, you’ll have to suffer through my perspective on it.
Hope you will enjoy them out. If you have any comments or questions you can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.