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Life is getting more and more expensive. Cost of living keeps going up, pensions have dwindled and are taking longer than ever to pay out, and people are having to work more and longer for the same (or lower) quality of life. The post-apocalyptic recession has left many businesses having to start again. This book will help you live a Low cost high life and is a 25 year Life is getting more and more expensive. Cost of living keeps going up, pensions have dwindled and are taking longer than ever to pay out, and people are having to work more and longer for the same (or lower) quality of life. The post-apocalyptic recession has left many businesses having to start again. This book will help you live a Low cost high life and is a 25 year voyeuristic journey on how to become wealthy and successful in these most unique times. In reading this book now you'll discover: • How to use 'silent compounding,' to turn small daily savings anyone can make, into large chunks of lifetime cash • How to keep exactly the same lifestyle you have now and 'spend invest,' your way to a minimum of £1,791,735 in 20 years or less, proven and detailed in the book • The 'Giant leap' wealth attraction strategy using everyday 'household,' items and hidden daily opportunities to make long term cash and passive recurring income • The 'Wealth mirage' technique to create and live a high opulent lifestyle on minimum daily costs and savings • How to use low/no cost fast-start tactics such as 'Gratitude Leverage,' and 'Cheek creativity,' to get others to do what you want, when you want, for the low cost high life • 'Irregular shock protection,' 'Liquid cash pile power,' and 'Random cash windfalls,' for the easy way to the low cost, high life affordable life of luxury Mark Homer became a financially free multi-millionaire businessman investor by the time he was in his early 30's. In this unique book he shows you in his renowned analytical, detailed and controversially skeptical nature how you can realistically achieve the low cost high life for the long term, in the shortest possible timeframe.


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Life is getting more and more expensive. Cost of living keeps going up, pensions have dwindled and are taking longer than ever to pay out, and people are having to work more and longer for the same (or lower) quality of life. The post-apocalyptic recession has left many businesses having to start again. This book will help you live a Low cost high life and is a 25 year Life is getting more and more expensive. Cost of living keeps going up, pensions have dwindled and are taking longer than ever to pay out, and people are having to work more and longer for the same (or lower) quality of life. The post-apocalyptic recession has left many businesses having to start again. This book will help you live a Low cost high life and is a 25 year voyeuristic journey on how to become wealthy and successful in these most unique times. In reading this book now you'll discover: • How to use 'silent compounding,' to turn small daily savings anyone can make, into large chunks of lifetime cash • How to keep exactly the same lifestyle you have now and 'spend invest,' your way to a minimum of £1,791,735 in 20 years or less, proven and detailed in the book • The 'Giant leap' wealth attraction strategy using everyday 'household,' items and hidden daily opportunities to make long term cash and passive recurring income • The 'Wealth mirage' technique to create and live a high opulent lifestyle on minimum daily costs and savings • How to use low/no cost fast-start tactics such as 'Gratitude Leverage,' and 'Cheek creativity,' to get others to do what you want, when you want, for the low cost high life • 'Irregular shock protection,' 'Liquid cash pile power,' and 'Random cash windfalls,' for the easy way to the low cost, high life affordable life of luxury Mark Homer became a financially free multi-millionaire businessman investor by the time he was in his early 30's. In this unique book he shows you in his renowned analytical, detailed and controversially skeptical nature how you can realistically achieve the low cost high life for the long term, in the shortest possible timeframe.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Frances Maxwell

    This was a difficult read for me. Mainly because my life views and attitudes are so opposed to the authors. I dont live to generate wealth. I get a lot of joy from spending, and I enjoy my few beautiful material objects greatly and daily. So I thought itd be good to get a different perspective. The first half of the book is a retelling of the authors life, personally and in business. Its pretty interesting but also very detailed and lengthy - and honestly I was annoyed because I hadnt expected This was a difficult read for me. Mainly because my life views and attitudes are so opposed to the author’s. I don’t live to generate wealth. I get a lot of joy from spending, and I enjoy my few beautiful material objects greatly and daily. So I thought it’d be good to get a different perspective. The first half of the book is a retelling of the author’s life, personally and in business. It’s pretty interesting but also very detailed and lengthy - and honestly I was annoyed because I hadn’t expected that - I thought it was going to be more instructional than biographical. He also describes in great detail his thoughts and methods around property investing, which is his investment strategy of choice. If you’re interested in property (especially UK property), and in particular scaling your property business, I’d highly recommend this book. He clearly knows his shit and is generous to share his considerable knowledge (well, that and create an additional passive income stream). If, like me, you’re looking for tips on curbing your spending and having a sensible personal financial strategy, I’d recommend reading the second half only. There’s some solid advice there. I like the idea that saving a pound gives you the whole pound, but earning a pound - you lose nearly half of it through tax! And the comparison between buying something now vs reaping the rewards of its potential income later - having compounded over 20 years is useful (although the 10% per annum return he constantly quoted irked me - is that honestly realistic?) I also liked the idea of only spending income from your assets and never using up capital. I’m going to find that hard but I think it’s something to aspire to. Buying older properties over new builds also makes sense. Overall, an interesting read. A bit of a mix of stuff which reflects the author’s personal life, history and views, but I will certainly make some changes to my behaviours based on this.

  2. 4 out of 5

    andrew stangroom

    Quality read A really good book about investments and mark clearly knows what he is talking about! Definitely a must read, you wont regret Quality read A really good book about investments and mark clearly knows what he is talking about! Definitely a must read, you won’t regret

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joe

    I found the Low Cost High Life to be a very inspirational book. The main ethos of the book is to spend less and invest your savings in assets that produce income until you reach the point that your passive income exceeds your basic living expenses. You can continue until this income far exceeds this level and live a luxury life, but you can still do this cost effectively by buying luxury watches and cars that have already reached their peak depreciations points and in some cases will start to I found the Low Cost High Life to be a very inspirational book. The main ethos of the book is to spend less and invest your savings in assets that produce income until you reach the point that your passive income exceeds your basic living expenses. You can continue until this income far exceeds this level and live a luxury life, but you can still do this cost effectively by buying luxury watches and cars that have already reached their peak depreciations points and in some cases will start to increase in value. The author has a very successful property business and most of the stories relate to investing in property. You can do this with joint venture partners and bank financing using none of your own money. The author suggests that a basic single let property should bring in at least £150 per month after all expenses, although the right property and higher yielding strategies like HMO’s, Commercial to residential conversion etc.. could produce far more than this. Mark suggests that people buy properties based on cashflow and not future capital appreciation. This is a theory that matches both Rich Dad Poor Dad and Warren Buffett who suggest buying properties and shares based on their expected and reliable income potential and not speculate on their values rising. This is because if your assumptions about capital appreciation are not correct you will still get cashflow. This will also help prevent issues during market crashes. A price fall is less of a concern if the income exceeds any debt payments on the assets. If you are highly leveraged with the debt exceeding the value of the asset and no cashflow the situation can become very serious very quickly. I read this book because I have made the decision to make a further property investment during 2016 and I also want to better control my spending, saving more money. By saving more money two things happen: 1) You save more 2) You need less money to retire, enabling you to retire sooner and ultimately requiring less savings to invest

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