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  • Lori R.

    Fun! Dean and I got out of the rat race, but Palma had so many expenses as a doctor that in spite of the fact that she bought just about every kind of investment she could, she did not get out. For a while, Dean owed money every paycheck instead of getting paid every paycheck. But when the city needed those ten acres of raw land, it was his first step in getting the capital he needed to get out of the rat race.
    After the game, we discussed a property Dean and I own. When is a good time to hold? When is a good time to sell? What factors affect that decision in the game? How are those factors different than Real Estate in real life? We evaluated the property just like in the game and we asked the questions: what kind of capital gain can we expect? Does receiving that capital gain justify losing the cash flow? What could the capital gain be used for to increase cash flow, getting us closing to getting out of the rat race in real life?
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
    See you in FEB.

    1 · 4 days ago

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