Friday, October 11, 2013

Kris Krohn Says Mindset Is Key to Real Estate Success

Kris Krohn
Kris Krohn has experienced success in the real estate investment arena since his early 20’s. Over the years, Kris Krohn has purchased and sold hundreds of properties and has documented and shared his keys to success through his company, Strongbrook, and his book, The Strait Path to Real Estate Wealth. In the following Q&A, Kris Krohn discusses the factor most critical to achieving great wealth through real estate investment, mindset.

Q: Thank you for sharing your insights on mindset!

Kris Krohn: Glad to share this important information!

Q: To start, what do you mean by ‘mindset’?

Kris Krohn: Mindset is how a person perceives the world around them. Generally, people see the world much differently than how it really is.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Kris Krohn on the Conscious Creator: How to Overcome Fear

Kris Krohn
People are afraid—of failure, of looking weak, of change. People are, by nature, simply afraid, says Kris Krohn. Fear rarely leads to success, but almost always leads to failure, in both people’s personal and professional lives. Fear keeps people from creating the lives they desire but overcoming fear, though no easy task, is the key to opening doors to all sorts of successes.

To overcome fear one must learn the six laws of “conscious creation,” says Strongbrook founder Kris Krohn. These half-dozen decrees, when understood and appreciated, are the basic foundation for Strongbrook’s self-help empowerment guide, The Conscious Creator: Six Laws for Manifesting Your Masterpiece Life.

The Law of Attraction

The law of attraction essentially states that people’s actions and thoughts attract what they want the most.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Strongbrook Founder Kris Krohn on Creative Partnering in Real Estate

Kris Krohn
Strongbrook founder Kris Krohn is the developer of a program for real estate investors designed to help them reach their long-term financial goals. In his experience, collaborating with The Strongbrook Group for real estate ventures can reap significant benefits.

According to Kris Krohn, creative partnering can be a challenging endeavor during the early stages of the process. Over time, though, this partnership can result in unlimited growth for a person’s portfolio. It has the potential to heavily outweigh the usual returns of stock investments and savings for other retirement plans. Imagine all the people that could potentially be helped by implementing this kind of system, says Kris Krohn.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Kris Krohn on the Six Elements of Successful Investing

Kris Krohn
Q: Please explain, what are the six elements of successful investing?

Kris Krohn: These six elements are time, effort, risk, service, market volatility and profitability. Each of these elements must be considered in order to make sound investment decisions that will pay off in the long run.

Q: Why does the Strait Path to Real Estate Wealth system stand apart from other real estate investment strategies on the market?

Kris Krohn: One word: sustainability. Investment strategies that focus solely on profit will often induce a short-term cash flow. However, they aren’t sustainable for the long haul. These strategies include equity leveraging, land development, commercial development, speculative building, foreclosures and short sales.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Kris Krohn Sheds Light on Worst Performing Investment in U.S.

Kris Krohn
The worst performing investment that millions of Americans are making on a monthly basis is their home mortgage, says Strongbrook founder Kris Krohn.

For many adults, a mortgage provides a sense of security and supports their retirement plans. A significant population of hard-working people works most of their lives to own a home outright, only to find that they are unable to retire at the usual retirement age. Kris Krohn imagines that they will view their homes as a consolation prize, rather than a retirement asset worthy of the considerable efforts they’ve put forth.

From the perspective of Kris Krohn, the key to a satisfying retirement doesn’t hinge on paying off one’s home first. He recommends implementing a series of conservative financial philosophies involving home equity and its application towards proven real estate investments. Kris Krohn points out that paying off a home or pushing money into an IRA or 401(k) account is not a feasible way to retire—especially if a person intends on leading a comfortable lifestyle.


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