There’s a lot of talk about a forthcoming economic downturn.
People can’t seem to wait for the bubble to burst. I even told Capitalism.com founder and CEO Ryan Moran on his podcast, Freedom Fast Lane, that investors should take caution in the current market because real estate prices are incredibly high.
That’s why it made perfect sense to talk to someone who’s been through an economic meltdown holding a significant real estate portfolio, and have him share what got him through it.
Damion Lupo used a Visa credit card to pay for his first house. He bought up 150 homes in seven states in the five years leading up to the tsunami that was the Great Recession in 2008.
It was this experience that led Damion to realize that riding the wall street roller coaster isn’t the best way to take control of his financial future. So he set out to solve this problem for himself and others by establishing a financial technology business called Total Control Financial.
Here are three important tips from Damion to take away from this episode: