My Story of trying and failing, then trying again and making 100% ROI on my third attempt.
How does anyone find cash flow when duplexes are being appraised at over $1 Million?! That’s amazing appreciation, but you can’t eat appreciation…
Don’t get me wrong, real estate is still my number one pick to build wealth. But as the market changes, savvy investors adapt.
CONFESSION: I didn’t adapt very well at first…
My name is Cherry Chan. I’m the founder of Real Estate Tax Tips and cofounder of Stock Hacker Academy.
It is my goal to help 10,000 Canadians find financial independence.
My husband and I own 10 rental properties and have transacted on more than 40 properties in our investment career.
Real Estate Tax Tips is my accounting firm that exclusively serves real estate investors. We’ve helped folks like you save money on their taxes since 2014. When it comes to real estate investing, I’ve seen it all, the good, the bad and the downright stupid.
But I didn’t start out as a real estate investor. I tried my hand at stocks first. It went badly. Twice.
Many of my friends and clients in real estate have similar stories. Maybe you do as well.
I’m thankful for those initial failures. They drove me to real estate and it’s because of my income properties that I’m able to take risks in business.
But I’m also thankful that I came back around to the stock market, or else the pandemic would have ended a lot worse for me and my family.
If you’re anything like me, you swore off the stock market and vowed never to go back. But the market shifted, the world changed, and I had to adapt.
How have you been forced to adapt?
I assume that you have pivoted or are in the process of pivoting if you’re reading this letter. Good for you! You’re in good company.
This free report is for you. It’s for those who never stop learning, who don’t let life sweep them away amidst all the change.
In this report you'll find:
My personal stories of failure
How my family adapted to take advantage of new opportunities in front of us
How a barista started with just $10,700 and made 37% return in his first year
How one real estate investor averages 3% a month in his TFSA
How a retired teacher makes 5% - 10% ROI watching Netflix in her PJs
How a journalist and author made $17,000 on an $85,000 account
AND how you can do this too!
This is all thanks to a new skill that is revealed in the report.
Learn more about this new money-making skill. Evaluate for yourself if it’s something you want in your financial tool belt.
Just because this new skill has been a life saver for me, my friends and many clients, I know it may not be for everyone. I sincerely hope you find the right pivot that fits you.
But I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by this one.
And know that you’re not alone.
Over 900 real estate investors, entrepreneurs and hard working Canadians have devoted themselves to learning this new skill and they’ve found stunning results. Just check out these Google Reviews:
No commitment is needed. This first step is painless.
Chances are you’ll like what you see and want to keep talking about it, just like the rest of us.
In which case, I’ll talk to you soon, I’m sure!
Your fellow stock hacker,
P.S. The next page is an invite to a free demonstration that my husband and I recorded together. In it we show you the practical steps involved in this new skill. So download your FREE report now, and continue on to the demonstration invite!
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