DEBT FREE COLLEGE DEGREE AND THE 7 YEAR MORTGAGE
How do rich people pay for what they want? You'd be shocked to discover that most of them don't pay for what they have; instead, they use a 1,000 year-old economic principle, it's known as a “balance sheet set-off”. It's how the rich buy expensive toys, mansions, vacations and yachts, but it can be used for anything that costs you money, such as a new car, a home or even college tuition. You don't need good credit and you don't need boat loads of cash either. You will discover how my 9 member family and I enjoyed a two-month, $30,000 vacation in Europe using this same “balance sheet set-off” method, and we did it for free. What if you are well beyond college and find that you need to replace or supplement your pension fund? It's the same plan, and takes anywhere from 3 to 18 months. This same strategy can be used to buy a house, even with a traditional mortgage, but why not consider a new trend, “The 7 Year Mortgage” and the Bonus "Encrypt your life"
- Publication Date
- Mar 16, 2017
- Business & Economics
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): John Jay Singleton