I just read a short article about retirement in a recent issue of Forbes magazine. The author wasted no time getting to scare tactics about needing to focus on lengthening your career versus planning for retirement. That got me thinking about how the world of retirement has changed, so I decided to do some quick historical research.
Buckingham Investment's CEO, Anthony Walker, had the chance to sit down with Reed Goossens for an interview on his excellent Real Estate investing podcast called "Investing in the U.S." Reed discussed several great topics with Anthony including the Buckingham way of investing, how we like to work with our clients, the data we use to make smart investing decisions, our local South Bay real estate market, and much more. Listen now for great insights and wisdom on real estate investing!
2016 was an interesting year for U.S. real estate. Uncertainty in the global economy paired with the stability and comparatively high yields in domestic investment property has extended our period of high demand. Our local Greater South Bay market has been no exception. If you're thinking about investing, but have hesitated, give us a call and let's discuss your goals. A horse that doesn't race will always lose.
I used this title for a couple of reasons. I wanted to catch everyone’s attention like Trump has done and then I wanted to make a few comments on how to “play” this new game we are in. What I don’t want to do is get into any discussions about will he be good or bad for us personally or the nation. I believe the nation is bigger than any one particular president regardless of what the current President might try to accomplish. I guess that is one of the beauties of our system. I like the thought by Suzy Kassem: