The idea of financial independence differs from person to person. For some, it’s buying whatever they want without having to think about money. For others, it’s having the chance to provide for their family. No matter what your definition is, it always has one thing in common: freedom.
One of the main reasons people invest in property is because it offers them freedom – freedom to pursue something other than their 9-5 and the freedom to be financially comfortable. Wealth Alliance co-founders, Milan and Sylvia Milosevic, know a thing or two about financial independence.
“Financial freedom was never about the money but to really enjoy life without worrying about the money and without relying on the job.”
It’s one of the reasons they’ve started investing in property – to live a life of financial freedom – and why they’re urging more South Africans to look at investing. “Financial freedom was never about the money but to really enjoy life without worrying about the money and without relying on the job,” says Milan.BOOK NOW
Are South Africans financially comfortable?
Over 70% of most people’s income is used toward debt repayment and leaves little for basic necessities.
South Africans are downsizing their homes and lifestyles because they’d like to save – whether it’s for the future, a holiday, education, or a rainy day. It’s been said that South Africans are poor savers. Over 70% of most people’s income is used toward debt repayment and leaves little for basic necessities.
As a result, most will put themselves in further debt or live a minimalistic lifestyle. So, what does it take to live a financially comfortable lifestyle? According to the Wealth Alliance co-founders, it’s a mindset shift. It’s also realising that while your job is there to help you, it doesn’t necessarily offer you financial freedom. “Investments and proper planning for the future is the key,” Milan adds.BOOK NOW
Moving out of your comfort zone
With the traditional 9-5 comes stress, limited time off, and bills that eventually start to pile up.
The traditional way to achieve financial ‘freedom’ is to study, find a job, stay steady in your career until retirement. It’s less risky, provides you with a stable income but doesn’t allow much flexibility. With the traditional 9-5 comes stress, limited time off, and bills that eventually start to pile up. With the cost of living rising, more and more of our money is used for day-to-day needs.
“People are losing jobs as we speak and now, thinking outside the box of relying on a job has become a necessity – a need to diversify and create passive income whether through property or any other vehicle,” Milan explains.
Wealth Alliance and the idea of financial freedom
This type of mindset is why Wealth Alliance was established – to teach South Africans how to achieve their goals and to become financially independent. Thanks to property investment, Milan and Sylvia Milosevic achieved financial freedom in five years.
“We also teach people how to do the same and build their passive income properties without using any of their own money.”
Milan continued: “We have created Wealth Alliance with the purpose of changing the lives of people through education. With many success stories and over 30 000 students, we have seen tremendous success in people’s lives.”BOOK NOW
How badly do you want financial freedom?
According to the Wealth Alliance co-founders, another challenge is proper knowledge. “There is always something new to learn, especially in property space. We encourage people to go to as many events as possible to expand their minds into new directions.”
Milan added: “All the knowledge in the world is not going to be enough without doing something with all that knowledge. Knowledge is power, but applying that knowledge takes people to the next level.”
The Think and Grow Rich: A Lifetime of Riches in Property, provides students with expert knowledge of the South African property market. With this newfound knowledge, you’ll have the chance to gain financial independence. Book your free seat today!BOOK NOW