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Oklahoma City Duplex – Progress Update

After months of searching for homes that fit my criteria, I finally closed on my first property in Oklahoma City on December 10, 2020. I plan to BRRRR (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat) this property, which is currently in the rehab phase as of February 2021. Below, I’ve provided an update on the property itself,…

My Favorite Books of 2020

Reading is one of my all-time favorite activities. In 2020 I read a total of 44 books, and I thought I would share my favorite non-fiction books from last year, in no particular order. I’d love to hear your thoughts on these books and your recommendations for new books I should read. Please send me…

Honor and Equity 2020 Year in Review

What a year! I started 2020 in Iraq – halfway through a 6-month deployment. Neighboring Iran attacked our base with ballistic missiles, which was a significant moment in U.S./Middle East relations. The COVID pandemic soon overshadowed the attack. Thankfully the pandemic didn’t delay our return from deployment in late March, but we came back to…

7 Lessons I Learned in 2020

It’s important to reflect on your life regularly. I try to do this daily to maintain perspective and focus on the bigger picture rather than get bogged down in life’s daily minutiae. It’s also valuable to reflect on self-improvement. As the curtain falls on 2020, I thought I would share some things I learned throughout…

Oklahoma City: Progress Update

Nearly three months ago I decided to start investing in Oklahoma City (OKC). I’ve learned a lot and made a lot of progress since the L.L.C. was established in OKC on August 24th, 2020, so I decided to write an article and update everyone.  The Criteria I decided to focus on the northwest side of…

7 Simple Ways to Improve Your Personal Finances

I love personal finance! Check out these tips and send me a message on Instagram @honorandequity and let me know what you think!  Disclaimer: This article does not constitute legal or financial advice, so you should consult professionals before making any important decisions.  Don’t Keep Lots of Cash on Hand Maybe you’re already a great…

What’s Holding You Back From Investing in Real Estate?

Before I bought my first investment property in 2018, I thought real estate investing was only for the extremely wealthy. I envisioned a real estate investor as someone like Donald Trump buying massive apartments and office buildings next to skyscrapers in New York City and other large metropolitan areas. It wasn’t until I started listening…

Why I Decided to Invest in Oklahoma City

About a month ago, I was having a conversation with a guy in my mastermind group. He lives in England and was in the process of doing his first BRRRR (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat) in Iowa. Up until this point, my real estate goal had been to purchase 1-2 single family homes per year…

My First Out of State Investment Property

My First Out of State Investment Property I purchased my first property in Pensacola, Florida in October of 2016, and soon after buying it I became interested in learning more about real estate. I was consuming all of the BiggerPockets podcasts and purchased David Greene’s first book “Long-Distance Real Estate Investing”. This opened my eyes…

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