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 21 
 : January 18, 2020, 08:48:24 am 
janice212 - JaxNursesBuyHouses
Advice of how to spend 25k in real estate.

1. Search the forums for information and education. I wouldn't spend 25k on more education, learn as you go.
2. Consider using the 25k as a down payment on a multiplex, rent out the other units for biggest cash flow. Consider FHA financing as this won't require as much down as conventional financing.
3. Look into buying tax certificates, cheap foreclosures or tax deeds. You might need a little more cash for repairs.

Hope this helps!





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 : January 18, 2020, 02:11:01 am 
StrategicERP - adityaahuja01
I think it is not about the month, a real estate investor should thoroughly study an investment property with comparative market analysis and investment property analysis before buying because time canít be the only deciding factor for real estate investing.

 23 
 : January 16, 2020, 06:54:07 pm 
otterone - frankfeltes
Yes, I need more details. I am private lender and I lend to Pittsburgh area.

 24 
 : January 16, 2020, 05:59:24 am 
Actnowinv - maivy
Many Places are there to advertise it is the category which decide where to advertise what.

 25 
 : January 15, 2020, 06:43:18 am 
StrategicERP - Gold River
Hi,

     January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December!


                 GR

 26 
 : January 15, 2020, 12:10:34 am 
ub - heartlandbuyshouses
Thanks for Sharing. More power to you.

 27 
 : January 14, 2020, 09:53:05 pm 
Randoskie - Randoskie
This deal imploded.
I had 2 buyers ready, then my partner Sam is nowhere to be found, finally he txts that he wud try to get owner to meet this guy and his son.
Later after no reply from Sam the son calls and I'm embarrassed cuz nobody met them. Then the property acquisition Manager/wholesaler is calling, has buyer. And Sam is not responding..
Then the next day I get a call from James the seller and tells me he decided not to sell, I asked OK wat happened. He tells me he decided to keep it and fix it up himself. I told him OK good luck.
Then I gotta explain the fiasco to my buyers.
Then next day Sam finally replies that yea the seller yada yada and Sam says he was gona keep an eye out to see who buys it and it, and it was too daisy chained. And he learned a valuable lesson.
My reply to Sam....
Wat valuable lessen did you learn? The thing is, with a mountain property you eliminate 90% of buyers, and a fixer mobile home you lost another 9%. then I just found out a few days ago it has HOA fees. It was just a bad deal, and add on a difficult seller and the price too high it was a disaster from the get go. Not because it was daisy chained,  I've done deals with 5 wholesalers b4.
My moose must be hungry



 28 
 : January 14, 2020, 02:16:44 pm 
Travis Derod - webuyhousesct
One small nitpicky comment, on my phone the title and hamburger for the sidebar menu overlap.

jay

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 : January 14, 2020, 07:16:42 am 
sweezy321 - myrtle.rankind
Re: College Student looking to get started! Any tips to ?

It will be difficult to truly understand real estate investing as a college student. It takes years to become adept in just one specific RE market. That being said, it would be good for you to start thinking about potential investment strategies and deciding which work best for your financials/time. The RE world has many specific markets and it is up to you to decide which is best for you. As others already said, you need do property market research and understand the terms that are used. I would recommend reading the book Investing in Real Estate Private Equity by Sean Cook. This is a great book for introductory investors which helps with understanding the fundamentals of RE and some of the terms used. The most important thing you can do now is read as many books and do as much research on real estate investments as possible.


Hello,
I study Finance at The University of Kentucky and I need to prepare paper using for my first debate on real estate topic (Political bias and real estate business investments). What books would you recommend to start with? Do I need to analyze political papers in the first place?


I can tell you please don't use politics in your first debates. This topic is to wide and so much annoying now..

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 : January 14, 2020, 05:30:01 am 
REISociety - myrtle.rankind
Hey guys!,

I was looking for an alternative to the bigger pockets forums to network with some individuals who are hopefully more knowledgable. I own 2 units, one single family and one duplex. I am looking to grow my portfolio by utilizing partnerships. If anyone else invests in Florida, feel free to contact me. I would love to hear more about your investment goals.

Feel free to contact me I am always open for new connections and knowledge!

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