Hey its Joe, this is one of my personal blogs chronicling my interests and personal opinions on a wide variety of topics. I’ve never really been much into blogging besides taking part in reddit discussions which usually end up with people trolling one another because somebody in the forum got butt hurt that their country, culture, or religion was made fun of, or just writing about my daily whereabouts and shenanigans on Facebook like the other 3 or 4 billion active “facebook-ers” on this planet. A little about me, I’m a 25 year old property manager located in Sacramento, California. Real estate management has been my passion and career for about 4 years. I’m currently in the pursuit of starting up my own real estate business as well as a construction firm here in Sac-Town. Gonsalves Real Estate is one of the companies I work in conjunction with currently.
I remember graduating straight out of high school without a clue of what I wanted to do with my life, like half of my graduating class I suppose. I was working minimum wage odd jobs here and there. Used to come home from work everyday wondering what I was gonna do with my life and what direction I was headed towards, without any ambitions, or goals of what exactly I wanted to do. Read a book on real estate investment that sore of inspired me, it was written by real estate investor and coach Phil Pustejovsky. In the book Phil talks about how just about anyone can get into the real estate trade and create a successful income stream through persistence and application of some of the strategies that he talks about in the book. Over time I realized that my passion actually wasn’t in real estate investment by rather in real estate management. For those of you who don’t know the difference, the Real Estate Investor, REI, is the guy who has a lot of money or a good line of credit to flip houses or rent them out, once he does that, he then hires a REM, or Real Estate Investor (that’s me 🙂 to find tenants and maintain the properties. I’ve always loathed the thought of having an office job where I have sit on my ass 40+ hours a week staring at computer screens, talking on the phone, and typing. From as far back as I can remember, I’ve always liked jobs that challenge be to creative.