Real Estate - $853,000
Retirement accounts - $204,842
Brokerage - $73,025
Cash equivalence - $8,003
Other - $3,807
Real Estate Mortgages - $411,254
Net Worth: $741,627
The good news is that the massive amount of property taxes that I had to pay didn't hit me as bad as I thought. I think a big part of this was finally finding a renter for my most expensive property and also the increase in the stock market.
I've started to change my philosophy as far as investing in the stock market. I'm going to slowly transition into ETFs as I sell out my individual positions. I should have taken this advice 10 years ago when ETFs became more popular. I've made money investing in individual stocks, but I don't think according to my calculations that I've made as much. On top of this I save a ton of time that I could be using to make money in other ways. I don't even want to think that I could be retired by now if I had made a change a decade ago, but better to realize it now than 30 years from now.