Off-Topic DiscussionAnything not Challenger-related having legitimate subject matter goes here - must be work-safe. Post ALL social & 'just for fun' threads in the Chat Lounge ONLY). **NOTE: ALL forum rules apply in Off Topic - NO POLITICS**
So I got into this discussion with some co-workers about getting $250,000 cash, through an inheritence, lottery, something like that. Not expected basically and we were throwing out ideas of what we would do with the money. That kind of money isnt enough to retire on obviously, but it could be put to good use and turned into more cash. Some people were like, "Id buy a Lamborghini" you know, things like that. But it got me thinking what I would do with it. My first though, pay off my house, but then I got to thinking about investments and what could be done that way..
Pay off my house....... pay down some on my kids houses.....and buy a Yellow or GWE 392...... Then I'd buy precious metals for the next few years off the earning from my current job. That kind of freedom would allow me to travel and visit places I've always wanted to go.
2009 HO R/T- sold............
2011 GWE SRT8.........
Yep...pay the house off! If my house was paid for I could honestly retire since I've retired once already...but I do enjoy my job so doubt I'd stop working. Get a few more toys and travel since I'd not have to worry about my house payment!
I would buy a few condos for cash and rent them out for a grand a month. That's the going rate here. I would make that 250 back in no time.or buy a small strip mall and collect the rent on them. I love people paying me every month
The Following User Says Thank You to renfrick1 For This Useful Post:
The AutoGuide.com network consists of the largest network of enthusiast-owned enthusiast-operated automotive communities.
AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community.