Simple Real Estate Investing for Software Developers

How I Built Enough Wealth and "Passive Income" to Retire at 32—Without Putting My Family at Risk

As a software developer, you have a HUGE advantage when it comes to building long-term wealth:

You earn far, far more than the average guy off the street.

And with the right investment approach, you can turn those paychecks into a long-term source of income that doesn't require you showing up every day and punching a clock.

When I was 18, I set a goal for myself to "retire" by age 35.

I could see that the only tool that would allow me to meet that goal was investing in real estate.

John Sonmez started investing in real estate at 18, and by the time he turned 32 he had built enough wealth to retire. 

And by my 32nd birthday, I had built enough monthly, residual income that I never had to work again unless I chose too.

In this course, I'll show you the simple, low-risk strategy I used to build a retirement-level income.

This is NOT your typical "get rich in real estate" kind of course.

In fact, my approach is pretty much the opposite of "get rich quick."

And like everything I offer here at Simple Programmer, this course comes with a 90-day, unconditional money-back guarantee.