028: M.C. Laubscher: Wisdom Wednesday! Is Your House An Asset or A Liability?

028: M.C. Laubscher: Wisdom Wednesday! Is Your House An Asset or A Liability?


Most people “save” the majority of their wealth qualified retirement plans and their homes. These are two Sacred Cows in society and financial planning.In today's episode I critically examine the question, “Is your house an asset or a liability?”. I also discuss the concepts of home ownership and “saving” in general and analyze where we are currently in the housing cycle. Please let me know your thoughts on Twitter at @mclaubscher.



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“My poor dad always said, “My house is an asset and it's our largest investment.” My rich dad said, “Your house is not an asset, it's a liability. And if it's your largest investment you're in trouble.” – Robert Kiyosaki


Recommended Book:

Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki


Recommended Resources:

Rich Dad Scam #6: Your House is an Asset

Your HOUSE is a Liability

Wall Street Journal article, “The Housing Illusion”

Why Your Home Is Not the Investment You Think It Is by David Crook

It’s Financial Suicide to Own a House

Why I Am Never Going to Own a Home Again

Five Things You NEED to Know Before Buying a House

Ramit Sethi Buying a House Resources



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Show Transcript


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