Let ‘Turbulence’ Drive Your Multifamily Real Estate Strategy, says the Passive Income Physician

Panic in the streets?  No, nothing like that. But the real estate trend in Germany reported by the Wall Street Journal hit home because it is all about financial security. Or is it? Sure, we want to save our money from disaster, and yet we’re not really trying to save money. No, we’re doing everything in […]

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The Passive Income Physician offers FREE Digital Download @ Amazon and Financial Wellness Plan

Commercial real estate sounds like such a cold, impersonal term.  Yet its benefits ignited a passion in me that exceeded my initial career choice—physician—and profoundly transformed my life and the security of my family. I’m still a certified member of the medical community, and proud of it. I’m also the author of The Passive Income Physician: Surviving a […]

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UPS TRUCK DRIVER EARNING POWER RIVALS PHYSICIANS’ INCOME: IS YOUR FUTURE WELL?

In his blog post at KevinMD.com physician Neil Baum shares a startling insight about annual income in the medical field. Let’s begin with the premise: The general public believes doctors make far too much money for their services. Now let’s consider the insight that debunks that notion: Hard-working men and women who take a job […]

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National Obsession: Buying a Home. National Experiment: Embrace Renting

Your home is not an investment, it is a liability. I’ve said it many times, and my real estate mentors have preached it for years. Still, the national obsession to be a homeowner continues. Perhaps perceptions are finally changing. A new article by Conor Dougherty in the New York Times outlines a thought experiment that […]

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Medscape Lifestyle 2017 Reveals Burnout Increase for Emergency Medicine Doctors:  Avoid Career Crisis with Passive Income

The number of physicians experiencing burnout in my specialty is growing. But, gratefully, I am not one of the victims. This is pertinent only because a new 2017 report by Medscape Lifestyle reveals that the burnout rate for emergency medicine (EM) doctors like me is nearly 60 percent, up 10 points since 2013, the first […]

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