From 1St Grade to 1St Home

From 1St Grade to 1St Home

Teresa Sobrino, Gerald Croswell

$3.99

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From 1st Grade to 1st Home is truly a unique dive into the realm of homeownership. The notion that a first grader could buy a home came from a classroom assignment that my daughter had years ago. Children can have big dreams with endless possibilities. This book provides a roadmap for both children and adults to provide oneself with the basic knowledge of how both savings and credit work to prepare for the future. Finance is not normally taught at such a young age but it is crucial to understand the basics in order to avoid future financial pitfalls. This guide is a journey through life- not just how to buy a home. The more prepared you are upfront, the more success you will have later on. The skills taught in this book have no age limit. It is never too late to develop an action plan for future prosperity. In the latter part of the book, we delve into growing your portfolio and building long-term wealth. Real estate is a fascinating subject and can come with much financial freedom and empowerment. The key, though, is to have a good action plan in place and a healthy understanding of financing essentials. Be Excited. Be Prepared. Be Successful. It is POSSIBLE!


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Teresa Sobrino:
Teresa Sobrino is not a newcomer to the financial industry. She has been active in real estate for almost 20 years at the time of this publication. She holds a Master’s degree from Lincoln University as well as a Dual Baccalaureate degree from Columbia College where she graduated as valedictorian. She has held numerous properties over the years in her portfolio as well as managed them herself. She also actively works as a mortgage loan officer for a large banking institution. In addition, she is co-founder/co-owner of The Children’s Internet (TC’I), which focuses on youth education and parent/educator support.|||Teresa Sobrino is not a newcomer to the financial industry. She has been active in real estate for almost 20 years at the time of this publication. She holds a Master’s degree from Lincoln University as well as a Dual Baccalaureate degree from Columbia College where she graduated as valedictorian. She has held numerous properties over the years in her portfolio as well as managed them herself. She also actively works as a mortgage loan officer for a large banking institution. In addition, she is co-founder/co-owner of The Children’s Internet (TC’I), which focuses on youth education and parent/educator support.

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