We had a great time at Southside Parlor - we had the whole roof to ourselves until well after 8pm. The weather was beautiful, and we had a lot of interesting real estate conversations and one unexpected conversation about 50 Shades of Grey - don't ask!
On Saturday night, while most of the citizens of Seoul were busy drinking and dancing the night away, I happened to be talking to a 4th year university student, Drummond, from the Ukraine who was visiting Korea as part of his studies abroad.
When I first got into real estate, I thought real estate worked by buying a piece of property, waiting for the price to go up, and then selling for a profit. Later, as I gained more experience and perspective, I realized that smart investors don't wait for appreciation; instead they force appreciation by buying at a discount and then doing improvements that increase the value of the property. However, today I want to take that one step further by introducing a perspective that you may already know. This perspective helps move you away from needing to save up money to invest in real estate and instead puts you in a position to make deals happen at any time.