Well it it about time, my journal is now on the go. Maybe this will start the ball rolling. It has been a little over a month, I purchase DG's Millionaire book. I have joint the REI association, received a congratulation e-mail, but nothing more. I will research some clubs tonight in my area and attend as much meeting as possible. I feel stagnated and I am anxious and ready to make a break. The real estate market in New York is difficult to purchase property. There may be someone on this site who is willing to assist me in purchasing a piece of the Big Apple, (I guess that is why things here are so expensive ,it is too big). Maybe there is a real estate agent on this site who will be willing to help out a sistrine in need. I will appreciate any assistance out there.
I feel that when I decide to get this first property for the family, no one must be able to take it back under no type of foreclosure. My income is minimal, therefore I do not want a mortgage that will put a strain on myself and the family. I want to be able to pay the mortgage and have a good night's rest without worry. I am looking for some equity in the property that will ofset some debts, I already have. My children are attending college, have full schedules and unemployed. As a single parent this is difficult. I am observing the market in NY everyday for a gem of a deal. I know that I will accomplish what I has set out to do. I refuse to be a failure. Well, I just had to get all this out in the clear. Say what do you all think? Need some advice and help.
"You can never get to the top, if you are not willing to climb. Do not look at the difficulty of the climb, only anticipate the view from the top."
"Can't even walk without you holding my hand." (Song)
"Is anything too hard for the Lord ..." Genesis 19:14
"In all things, wait on the Lord."
"Think not of your own deliverance, but trust in God who will give in abundance."
"When you are down to nothing, God is up to something." Unknown
"Our lives begin to end, the day we become silent about those things that really matters." Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.