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The Hidden TRUTH About Rental Properties

Published on: December 4 2022 by Hayden Bowles

The Hidden TRUTH About Rental Properties

The Hidden TRUTH About Rental Properties

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00:00:00 00:00:04 so i recently had to evict tenants who
00:00:02 00:00:05 were in my property for just over a
00:00:04 00:00:07 month it really wasn't that long they
00:00:05 00:00:09 managed to completely trash it
00:00:07 00:00:11 throw a party had like 70 cars in the
00:00:09 00:00:12 neighborhood upset all the neighbors and
00:00:11 00:00:17 caused a ton of damage
00:00:12 00:00:17 not to mention stopped paying rent
00:00:23 00:00:26 well this experience which i always like
00:00:25 00:00:27 to view as a positive great learning
00:00:26 00:00:30 experience
00:00:27 00:00:32 has resorted in me asking myself what
00:00:30 00:00:33 are the other risks of owning a rental
00:00:32 00:00:35 property now you've got your obvious
00:00:33 00:00:36 ones but there's other things on the
00:00:35 00:00:38 other side of the spectrum
00:00:36 00:00:40 and things that i didn't see happening
00:00:38 00:00:41 especially on a home like this person
00:00:40 00:00:43 had trashed
00:00:41 00:00:44 i didn't expect a high-end rental that
00:00:43 00:00:47 typically would bring in a higher end
00:00:44 00:00:48 higher earning respectful person is what
00:00:47 00:00:49 i thought
00:00:48 00:00:51 i didn't expect this to happen i was
00:00:49 00:00:53 definitely caught off guard now i always
00:00:51 00:00:55 had cash reserves for the properties
00:00:53 00:00:57 it was never an issue but in today's
00:00:55 00:00:59 video i wanted to outline
00:00:57 00:01:00 the risks of owning rental properties
00:00:59 00:01:01 now i believe that rental property
00:01:00 00:01:03 investing
00:01:01 00:01:05 is one of the coolest most enjoyable
00:01:03 00:01:07 best long-term strategies
00:01:05 00:01:09 for investing it might not be your
00:01:07 00:01:11 dogecoin to the moon fast
00:01:09 00:01:12 turn 200 bucks into a trillion overnight
00:01:11 00:01:14 but it's something that
00:01:12 00:01:15 if you can be consistent with it and you
00:01:14 00:01:16 can do your research you know what
00:01:15 00:01:18 you're buying you're buying good stuff
00:01:16 00:01:20 the cash flows in a strong area
00:01:18 00:01:22 i think over time you're gonna win and
00:01:20 00:01:22 it's just gonna compound faster and
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00:01:22 00:01:26 and i also enjoy it very much so that's
00:01:25 00:01:27 led to me over
00:01:26 00:01:29 the last two years starting to purchase
00:01:27 00:01:31 a decent amount of properties
00:01:29 00:01:32 nothing crazy i got a small portfolio
00:01:31 00:01:34 hoping to expand it
00:01:32 00:01:35 but you know when i first jumped into it
00:01:34 00:01:36 years worth of research
00:01:35 00:01:38 saved up some money i went and bought
00:01:36 00:01:40 three properties in 90 days
00:01:38 00:01:42 that was a little bit over a million
00:01:40 00:01:43 dollars worth of property i i had debt
00:01:42 00:01:44 on each of those and i started
00:01:43 00:01:46 renting these out so it's been an
00:01:44 00:01:47 interesting journey and today i wanted
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00:01:47 00:01:52 the rental property risks so that is
00:01:50 00:01:52 what we're gonna go through before we
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00:01:52 00:01:55 make sure to drop a like down below and
00:01:54 00:01:57 i just want to mention this in here if
00:01:55 00:01:58 you're doing anything ecommerce related
00:01:57 00:01:59 which is what we tok about mostly here
00:01:58 00:02:00 on the channel
00:01:59 00:02:02 which is how i fund all the real estate
00:02:00 00:02:02 deals and everything else we are having
00:02:02 00:02:04 a
00:02:02 00:02:06 nice little discount right now going on
00:02:04 00:02:07 with our two ecommerce programs we have
00:02:06 00:02:08 one that outlines the entire business
00:02:07 00:02:09 model
00:02:08 00:02:11 and one that shows you very in-depth
00:02:09 00:02:13 aggressive facebook ad scaling
00:02:11 00:02:15 which both of those are great if you
00:02:13 00:02:16 have experience or if you don't so those
00:02:15 00:02:17 are perfect for everyone
00:02:16 00:02:19 you can check those out there's a couple
00:02:17 00:02:20 hundred dollar discount already applied
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00:02:20 00:02:23 description of this video all right make
00:02:21 00:02:26 sure to drop a like and let's
00:02:23 00:02:28 jump right in rental property risks
00:02:26 00:02:29 again hopefully the good outweighs the
00:02:28 00:02:31 bad here's the good this is just an
00:02:29 00:02:32 example i can always i always like to
00:02:31 00:02:34 give examples of what's going on for me
00:02:32 00:02:36 this is a duplex that i purchased okay
00:02:34 00:02:37 it was a value add
00:02:36 00:02:39 the unit looked like this one of the
00:02:37 00:02:41 units was completely trashed the other
00:02:39 00:02:43 one was only rented at 1200 bucks a
00:02:41 00:02:44 month it didn't look very good the other
00:02:43 00:02:46 one was super basic
00:02:44 00:02:48 we ended up renovating it i've now
00:02:46 00:02:50 renovated both of the units to look like
00:02:48 00:02:53 this picture over here on the right
00:02:50 00:02:55 modern i did flooring paint cabinets
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00:02:55 00:03:00 lights new fixtures new bathroom
00:02:58 00:03:02 everything now it costed a decent amount
00:03:00 00:03:04 of money to do this out of pocket
00:03:02 00:03:05 about 96 000 to buy the property and
00:03:04 00:03:07 about 15
00:03:05 00:03:08 000 in total rehab between both the
00:03:07 00:03:11 units right duplex
00:03:08 00:03:12 2. well it was interesting to buy this
00:03:11 00:03:14 property and i saw it as such a great
00:03:12 00:03:15 opportunity because
00:03:14 00:03:17 my mortgage on the property initially
00:03:15 00:03:18 when i first bought it was about 1700
00:03:17 00:03:20 bucks a month
00:03:18 00:03:22 now it's only 1500 because i've
00:03:20 00:03:23 refinanced it's gotten a much better
00:03:22 00:03:24 rate obviously as the rates have dropped
00:03:23 00:03:26 significantly
00:03:24 00:03:28 over the past year well there was only
00:03:26 00:03:29 one tenant in there
00:03:28 00:03:31 month to month they weren't on a lease
00:03:29 00:03:32 they were only paying 1200 bucks the
00:03:31 00:03:33 other side wasn't even
00:03:32 00:03:35 livable i mean as you see there's no
00:03:33 00:03:37 kitchen so it was interesting i really
00:03:35 00:03:38 saw that as an opportunity because the
00:03:37 00:03:40 property was priced
00:03:38 00:03:42 above what it should be based on the
00:03:40 00:03:44 money it's making but under what i knew
00:03:42 00:03:46 it would be worth once i fix it up
00:03:44 00:03:48 so it was a simple value ad like that it
00:03:46 00:03:49 was an older person who owned it they
00:03:48 00:03:51 won it for a long time didn't really
00:03:49 00:03:53 care they didn't manage it correctly so
00:03:51 00:03:55 i saw that as an opportunity and this
00:03:53 00:03:56 was a prime example of something good
00:03:55 00:03:58 that's happened
00:03:56 00:03:59 i haven't had a tenant destroy this you
00:03:58 00:04:00 know we like to screen all of our
00:03:59 00:04:01 tenants very
00:04:00 00:04:03 carefully but nobody's destroyed this
00:04:01 00:04:05 these units look very nice
00:04:03 00:04:07 everything is solid this has now gone up
00:04:05 00:04:11 a hundred thousand dollars in
00:04:07 00:04:13 equity as well as cash flows about 11
00:04:11 00:04:15 which is phenomenal this is a prime
00:04:13 00:04:16 example of something i just i'm so
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00:04:16 00:04:20 now the bad this is an example of
00:04:18 00:04:20 something that happened and all of these
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00:04:20 00:04:23 anything can happen at any moment there
00:04:22 00:04:25 could be a huge issue with the duplex it
00:04:23 00:04:25 could just it's something that could
00:04:25 00:04:26 happen
00:04:25 00:04:28 now this was a personal home that i had
00:04:26 00:04:30 purchased for myself it was a higher end
00:04:28 00:04:32 home i knew it was at least a million
00:04:30 00:04:33 dollar plus home i bought it for
00:04:32 00:04:35 slightly under 900
00:04:33 00:04:36 000. lived there for a while enjoyed it
00:04:35 00:04:38 loved the property
00:04:36 00:04:39 and then it was time for me to move out
00:04:38 00:04:41 so instead of selling the home i wanted
00:04:39 00:04:42 to hold it for a while i knew the market
00:04:41 00:04:44 was going through the roof
00:04:42 00:04:46 i turned it into a rental well
00:04:44 00:04:49 unfortunately even with our very strict
00:04:46 00:04:50 criteria you know 3.5 times the rent in
00:04:49 00:04:52 terms of income
00:04:50 00:04:53 making sure that they had good credit no
00:04:52 00:04:55 previous evictions
00:04:53 00:04:56 no collections out against them well all
00:04:55 00:04:58 of that
00:04:56 00:05:00 plus it was two people signing on the
00:04:58 00:05:02 lease someone who was 31 someone who was
00:05:00 00:05:03 29 it's a little bit old enough you know
00:05:02 00:05:05 in the professional categories but
00:05:03 00:05:07 making decent money
00:05:05 00:05:08 well i had a lot of issues like i just
00:05:07 00:05:09 toked about the beginning of this video
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00:05:09 00:05:13 the
00:05:10 00:05:14 eviction process 36 000 later in terms
00:05:13 00:05:16 of collections that we're trying to get
00:05:14 00:05:17 from them which we probably won't we'll
00:05:16 00:05:19 see what happens
00:05:17 00:05:21 but nonetheless this home had a little
00:05:19 00:05:22 bit of an issue now it's already been
00:05:21 00:05:23 re-rented out as soon as i fixed the
00:05:22 00:05:25 property
00:05:23 00:05:27 it literally took me nine days and i
00:05:25 00:05:28 don't want to say me as in me because it
00:05:27 00:05:29 was management and
00:05:28 00:05:31 other people helping with this but from
00:05:29 00:05:31 the point where i got the tenants out of
00:05:31 00:05:34 the house
00:05:31 00:05:36 it took nine days to fix it relist it
00:05:34 00:05:38 get an application push through and get
00:05:36 00:05:41 a tenant signed money in hand
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00:05:41 00:05:44 insane timeline so
00:05:42 00:05:46 turning a bad into a good situation i'm
00:05:44 00:05:46 not upset about it it's a phenomenal
00:05:46 00:05:48 learning
00:05:46 00:05:50 uh you know example to say the least and
00:05:48 00:05:52 i love to kind of share that
00:05:50 00:05:54 now this home i just thought it would
00:05:52 00:05:55 attract very very high quality people
00:05:54 00:05:57 turned out it didn't now this new tenant
00:05:55 00:05:59 that's in there um super great haven't
00:05:57 00:06:00 had any issues so far it's on a two-year
00:05:59 00:06:02 lease super excited for it it's a
00:06:00 00:06:02 phenomenal property they're getting a
00:06:02 00:06:04 great deal
00:06:02 00:06:06 i'm doing very well in terms of an
00:06:04 00:06:08 investment perspective so
00:06:06 00:06:09 super super solid in terms of turning a
00:06:08 00:06:11 bad into a good
00:06:09 00:06:13 that's really the only bad thing that's
00:06:11 00:06:15 happened i've had unforeseen expenses
00:06:13 00:06:16 every single month literally every month
00:06:15 00:06:17 it seems like there's an extra two to
00:06:16 00:06:19 three hundred dollars
00:06:17 00:06:21 throughout my entire portfolio all of
00:06:19 00:06:23 the properties between five tenants
00:06:21 00:06:24 it seems like there's always a little
00:06:23 00:06:26 thing that happens so
00:06:24 00:06:28 i definitely needed to budget my
00:06:26 00:06:29 expenses a little bit higher those are
00:06:28 00:06:31 just common things that i should have
00:06:29 00:06:33 expected but had no idea what the exact
00:06:31 00:06:34 numbers would be now i'm getting a good
00:06:33 00:06:36 sense of that so
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00:06:36 00:06:38 can go wrong just some things that pop
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00:06:38 00:06:42 some of the stuff i've had friends have
00:06:40 00:06:43 to deal with this first one is kind of
00:06:42 00:06:45 funny
00:06:43 00:06:46 but i actually had a friend get sued by
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00:06:46 00:06:50 because there was no railing on the
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00:06:50 00:06:53 it was some old lady she was really
00:06:51 00:06:54 upset about it there was still a ramp on
00:06:53 00:06:56 the other side but she always wanted to
00:06:54 00:06:58 take a little four steps up to the front
00:06:56 00:06:59 of the little apartment complex
00:06:58 00:07:01 anyways there was no handrail which
00:06:59 00:07:02 apparently is like something that has to
00:07:01 00:07:04 be done up to code so
00:07:02 00:07:05 she sued for that he put it he had put a
00:07:04 00:07:06 handrail on one side and apparently
00:07:05 00:07:08 there was something saying it had to be
00:07:06 00:07:08 on both sides in that certain county or
00:07:08 00:07:10 whatever
00:07:08 00:07:11 he had no idea just tried to zoom again
00:07:10 00:07:13 it was like an interesting thing but it
00:07:11 00:07:15 goes to show like anything can happen
00:07:13 00:07:16 and out of nowhere and it's like the
00:07:15 00:07:18 dumbest thing you know he spends like
00:07:16 00:07:20 900 bucks to get one installed but
00:07:18 00:07:21 you know a couple thousand dollars in
00:07:20 00:07:23 attorney fees
00:07:21 00:07:25 each time plus the repairs plus all
00:07:23 00:07:26 these little things so it's like
00:07:25 00:07:28 you know it just takes time it takes
00:07:26 00:07:29 some extra capital so i get a budget for
00:07:28 00:07:30 things like that
00:07:29 00:07:32 getting sued for no railing that's one
00:07:30 00:07:34 thing if you have an adjustable rate
00:07:32 00:07:35 mortgage you can get screwed at any time
00:07:34 00:07:37 which is why in terms of
00:07:35 00:07:39 buying a residential property meaning
00:07:37 00:07:42 four units or less
00:07:39 00:07:44 i always recommend a fixed rate mortgage
00:07:42 00:07:45 you might say oh well it's only a i can
00:07:44 00:07:46 only get a 4.5
00:07:45 00:07:49 mortgage you know that that's the
00:07:46 00:07:51 interest rate but if i get an adjustable
00:07:49 00:07:53 10 at 10 years it's only 3.3 and then it
00:07:51 00:07:55 can be adjusted
00:07:53 00:07:57 why do you think they're doing that from
00:07:55 00:07:59 an adjustable perspective your
00:07:57 00:08:01 premiums can go through the roof
00:07:59 00:08:02 everything can just get destroyed
00:08:01 00:08:04 i would much rather have consistency and
00:08:02 00:08:05 know my numbers so that's why i always
00:08:04 00:08:06 recommend and many other people
00:08:05 00:08:07 recommend
00:08:06 00:08:09 a 30-year fix if you're doing something
00:08:07 00:08:10 like that now there's always a risk of
00:08:09 00:08:11 vacancy
00:08:10 00:08:14 i've had a vacancy i actually had a
00:08:11 00:08:16 house sit empty for two months which was
00:08:14 00:08:18 not great i didn't expect that to happen
00:08:16 00:08:19 i think it was the interior color of the
00:08:18 00:08:20 property it was a little bit brown and
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00:08:20 00:08:23 should have repainted
00:08:21 00:08:26 anyways took two months to get a tenon
00:08:23 00:08:29 in there my overhead was like 17 or 1800
00:08:26 00:08:30 a month each month so that wiped out a
00:08:29 00:08:31 nice amount of cash flow that wiped out
00:08:30 00:08:33 the cash flow for that property
00:08:31 00:08:35 for the entire year like literally for
00:08:33 00:08:36 that whole year so
00:08:35 00:08:38 that was an interesting thing to face
00:08:36 00:08:39 every other property has been very quick
00:08:38 00:08:40 in terms of getting it rented out which
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00:08:40 00:08:43 awesome this comes back to the point of
00:08:41 00:08:44 buying in a strong
00:08:43 00:08:46 rental area you want somewhere that has
00:08:44 00:08:48 demand that has population growth that
00:08:46 00:08:49 has job growth it just has natural
00:08:48 00:08:51 growth and people
00:08:49 00:08:52 want to be there so you know watch your
00:08:51 00:08:54 market
00:08:52 00:08:56 risks of bad property management
00:08:54 00:08:59 thankfully i have not had this issue
00:08:56 00:09:00 thankfully because it seems like from
00:08:59 00:09:01 the people i've watched the courses i've
00:09:00 00:09:03 gone through where they explain
00:09:01 00:09:04 nightmare stories and stuff
00:09:03 00:09:05 it seems like bad property management
00:09:04 00:09:07 can really be something that screws it
00:09:05 00:09:08 over like they don't pay attention to
00:09:07 00:09:08 who they're putting in there they put in
00:09:08 00:09:10 bad people
00:09:08 00:09:12 they take forever to fill it it really
00:09:10 00:09:13 causes your expenses to go up
00:09:12 00:09:15 your return to go down your property is
00:09:13 00:09:17 going to get destroyed faster and wear
00:09:15 00:09:18 down faster so good property management
00:09:17 00:09:19 is
00:09:18 00:09:22 very very important so i always try to
00:09:19 00:09:23 keep a great relationship with mine tax
00:09:22 00:09:25 changes and insurance changes
00:09:23 00:09:27 this is something that is a potential
00:09:25 00:09:28 risk not in terms of
00:09:27 00:09:30 you can't really see it coming because
00:09:28 00:09:32 you can't but this is just something you
00:09:30 00:09:34 should always expect but it is a risk
00:09:32 00:09:36 over time insurance can change it could
00:09:34 00:09:37 be another 160 bucks a year you know
00:09:36 00:09:39 it's like a little thing like that
00:09:37 00:09:41 you know the taxes could change
00:09:39 00:09:43 tiknically at any point
00:09:41 00:09:45 the ability to deduct and make your cash
00:09:43 00:09:47 flow free could go away
00:09:45 00:09:48 meaning depreciate the property so your
00:09:47 00:09:50 your cash flow is free
00:09:48 00:09:52 anything tax-free at least for now
00:09:50 00:09:55 anything like a 1031 exchange
00:09:52 00:09:57 all of that stuff could tiknically go
00:09:55 00:10:00 away just thinking worst case scenario
00:09:57 00:10:01 tax codes can get changed zoning stuff
00:10:00 00:10:02 can get changed where you thought you
00:10:01 00:10:02 were going to be able to do this but now
00:10:02 00:10:04 your
00:10:02 00:10:05 method of building you know if your
00:10:04 00:10:06 developer building doesn't work anymore
00:10:05 00:10:07 anything can happen
00:10:06 00:10:09 right so you got to keep that in mind
00:10:07 00:10:11 and then obviously bad tenants it's a
00:10:09 00:10:12 long list there's many many more things
00:10:11 00:10:14 beyond that but
00:10:12 00:10:16 the thing i always like to keep in mind
00:10:14 00:10:18 is the economics of scale
00:10:16 00:10:20 okay so i've realized between my small
00:10:18 00:10:21 portfolio it's not a lot i got five
00:10:20 00:10:23 tenants there it's
00:10:21 00:10:24 it's small it's like a little portfolio
00:10:23 00:10:26 i think it's 2.5 million dollars in
00:10:24 00:10:27 total value
00:10:26 00:10:29 obviously there's debt on that of about
00:10:27 00:10:32 1.6 million now
00:10:29 00:10:33 that portfolio in itself i've had issues
00:10:32 00:10:34 i had the one eviction which i didn't
00:10:33 00:10:37 think would happen this quick
00:10:34 00:10:39 had some issues had some repairs um the
00:10:37 00:10:40 hot tub the bigger property that i lived
00:10:39 00:10:42 in the only one that has a pool hot tub
00:10:40 00:10:42 i don't like to buy rentals with that
00:10:42 00:10:44 stuff but
00:10:42 00:10:46 the home that was mine i've spent seven
00:10:44 00:10:47 thousand dollars on pool repairs because
00:10:46 00:10:48 the first person completely broke the
00:10:47 00:10:50 hot tub those
00:10:48 00:10:51 people who got evicted and then now the
00:10:50 00:10:52 heater went out there's another four
00:10:51 00:10:54 thousand dollars so
00:10:52 00:10:56 there's expenses that pop up but i
00:10:54 00:10:57 realized the more you have the more
00:10:56 00:10:59 diluted
00:10:57 00:11:00 that number becomes because it's just
00:10:59 00:11:02 the economics of scale
00:11:00 00:11:03 i realized that first when i was running
00:11:02 00:11:05 my e-commerce business
00:11:03 00:11:06 you might have some people complain but
00:11:05 00:11:09 the more people you get
00:11:06 00:11:10 the more diluted that percentage is so
00:11:09 00:11:12 you know it might be
00:11:10 00:11:13 you know you have a one percent refund
00:11:12 00:11:14 rate and a one percent chargeback rate
00:11:13 00:11:16 it's just natural
00:11:14 00:11:18 but when you scale exponentially and
00:11:16 00:11:19 obviously make sure you get quick
00:11:18 00:11:20 shipping times we make sure our support
00:11:19 00:11:22 is on point
00:11:20 00:11:23 fast shipping custom packaging
00:11:22 00:11:24 everything's great customer experience
00:11:23 00:11:25 is awesome
00:11:24 00:11:26 well that those rates go down to more
00:11:25 00:11:27 like point five percent because you've
00:11:26 00:11:29 scaled so large
00:11:27 00:11:31 and it's very similar with real estate
00:11:29 00:11:33 so you're actually more secure
00:11:31 00:11:34 with the more real estate you own so
00:11:33 00:11:36 it's been a very interesting thing to
00:11:34 00:11:38 continue doing and i look forward to
00:11:36 00:11:39 doubling tripling and quadrupling
00:11:38 00:11:42 and so on and so forth continuing to
00:11:39 00:11:43 grow my real estate portfolio so i'll
00:11:42 00:11:44 keep you updated as i do that i just
00:11:43 00:11:46 wanted to tok about some of the good
00:11:44 00:11:47 some of the bad and the potential risks
00:11:46 00:11:48 because
00:11:47 00:11:50 i always believe you should be able to
00:11:48 00:11:51 argue both sides if you're looking to
00:11:50 00:11:53 make an investment
00:11:51 00:11:54 whatever it is it could be stok could
00:11:53 00:11:56 be starting a new business
00:11:54 00:11:58 or just your politikal views most people
00:11:56 00:11:59 can't argue both sides i think that's
00:11:58 00:12:01 very important to know so
00:11:59 00:12:02 yeah i hope you enjoyed this video hope
00:12:01 00:12:04 you got some value out of it make sure
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00:12:06 00:12:09 fund all this stuff that's just
00:12:07 00:12:10 what i do on a day-to-day basis for the
00:12:09 00:12:12 last five years i also have an entire
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00:12:20 00:12:22 anything you want to see
00:12:21 00:12:24 here on the channel or if there's any
00:12:22 00:12:25 questions you have on this video
00:12:24 00:12:27 make sure to just leave it in the
00:12:25 00:12:28 comment section and with that being said
00:12:27 00:12:38 i'll see you
00:12:28 00:12:40 in the next video peace
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