kinless' Net Worth for August 2021

Assets Value Change ($) Change (%)
Cash $107,022 ($3,754) (3.39%)
ULI Total Value $9,564 $4 0.04%
Retirement $256,775 $4,812 1.91%
Home $675,000 $7,000 1.05%
Other Real Estate $380,000 $5,000 1.33%
Cars $2,500 - -
Personal Property $18,500 - -
Other Assets $0 - -
$1,449,361 $13,062 0.91%
Debts Value Change ($) Change (%)
Home Mortgage(s) $234,463 ($765) (0.33%)
Other Mortgage(s) $256,230 ($468) (0.18%)
Credit Cards $1,768 ($5,462) (75.55%)
Car Loans $0 - -
Other Debts $35,000 - -
Total Debts $527,461 ($6,695) (1.25%)
Net Worth $921,900 $19,757 2.19%
*All values shown in USD ($)
That large home expense from last month is behind me, allowing a clear path to the ambitious goal of 7 figures, ideally by the end of the year. Of course, that depends on home and stock markets, and with the infamous September looming, it's anybody's guess which direction we're all going.

One little wrinkle, the tenants in my investment property are moving out the end of next month, too bad as they were star tenants. However the property manager thinks the rent can increase almost 10% for the next lease. Props to them if they can get it, as that only increases cash flow way past what I first anticipated.

In other news, I've also started rummaging through my old video games from the 1980s-2000s. Half of them are still factory sealed, which is commanding some pretty hefty prices in the game collecting world. Not that I'm planning to sell anything at this time, but it's intruiging to watch these unique collectibles rapidly escalate in value. Of course they could deflate just as easily, so I'll have to ponder adding such things to the net worth value.