Net Worth November 2011

To read more about how this is calculated, and what we do and don’t count in our net worth, please visit the Net Worth Methodology page. You can see all net worth posts here.

Assets   $ Diff % Diff
Cash $91,156 $15,340 20.23 %
Stocks $0 $0
Bonds $0 $0
Annuities $53,519 $1,190 2.27 %
Retirement $32,020 ($9,836) -23.50 %
Home $39,000 $3,200 8.94 %
Other Real Estate $216,800 ($900) -0.41 %
Cars $0 $0
Personal Property $0 $0
Other $0 $0
Total Assets $432,495 $8,994 2.12 %
Debts   $ Diff % Diff
Home Mortgage(s) $56,258 ($81) -0.14 %
Other Mortgage(s) $203,619 ($271) -0.13 %
Student Loans $4,459 ($235) -5.01 %
Credit Card $360 ($192) -34.78 %
Car Loans $0 $0
Other $0 $0
Total Debts $264,696 ($779) -0.29 %
 
Net Worth $167,799 $9,773 6.18 %

4 Responses to “Net Worth November 2011”

  1. Romain · Reply

    How did you manage to add $10k-$15k of cash per month since April/May while paying off debt ? I don’t understand how you do it if your combined salary were around $80k and the properties are bringing about $1.5k a month.
    Sorry to bring you back in time but I’m just starting and trying to make sense of it all

    • Ali & Joe · Reply

      Looking at records from the time, our paychecks were averaging about 8k/mo take home (we did a bunch of side gigs–after school tutoring, Saturday school, summer school, etc. to boost our income), our expenses were about 2,000/mo, and we were making maybe 1000/mo from the rentals at that time.

  2. Romain · Reply

    Thanks for your answer! Congratulations to you both, you’ve put in a lot of hard work. And thanks for sharing! I’m on my way 🙂

  3. Ali & Joe · Reply

    Awesome, glad to hear it, and good luck! 🙂

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