May 15

The Government Would NEVER Waste Your Money


Over the years I’ve taught a lot of people from all different walks of life how to work probate. What has amazed me is the range of age of people looking to get into real estate.

Lately, I’ve seen more and more folks who are either at retirement age or are getting closer to that happy day.

So if they’re looking to retire, why are they coming to me to learn probate real estate?

Well, life would be a lot easier if we could simply go about our day trusting that the government will live up to the promises they have made to us. But that simply is not the case – and this is especially true when it comes to Social Security.

In spite of a budget increase of almost one and a half billion which they spent almost entirely on administration pay increases, they just informed Congress that the services they provide will only get worse. Increased wait times, delays of benefits, and unexpected delays are expected to plague the administration in the upcoming year.

People who have worked hard their entire lives paying into a broken system will most likely be left to fend for themselves.

But all is not lost.

Being long on years may bring a few extra aches and pains, but it also brings with it a lifetime of experience talking and working with lots of different people.

This is an acquired skill that is not only lacking in today’s society, but it is also one that aligns perfectly with the probate real estate niche. You don’t need to depend on the crumbs the government promises when you can create your own steady stream of retirement income.

And not only will you be able to live the retirement you’ve always dreamed of, but you’ll also be able to help families going through probate who are in desperate need of a real estate professional who is trustworthy and dependable.

It’s never too late to become a probate superhero.

To your success,
Ernie “Making My Own Social Security” Vargas | The Probate Fox


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