Missoula, MT – The University of Montana
It is often said that some of life’s most important lessons are learned outside the classroom. My time at The University of Montana were some of the most eye-opening years of my life. It was a time that inspired me to embrace my surroundings, live life to its fullest and learn as much as I could.
Of all the business classes and life lessons learned, there is one that I didn’t understand until after graduation. One that I am thankful that I did learn, only I often fantasize about what life would be like if I understood it sooner. This is the story of my experience living in Missoula.
When I was a student at The University of Montana, I, like many students rented homes with friends so we would have a place to stay. Many times this turned into a last-minute rush to find suitable living situation every year and sometimes every half depending on the rental agreement. I moved over five times in four years at the university.
My senior year I lived in a home that one of my underclass friends purchased with his parents. Over the course of 5 years my friend would rent rooms to his friends to help pay the mortgage. When he graduated, they sold the home and was able to pay for his education and give him money to get started with his life.
This concept is one of the most important lessons that I learned in college. I have since owned rentals that have returned residual monthly income as well as appreciation when they sold. The current real estate market is perfect for open-minded investors looking to buy single family homes.
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Jeremy Williams / Keller Williams Real Estate
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