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How to buy a house like a real estate investor

Discussion in 'General' started by eVentureBiz, Apr 29, 2008.

  1. eVentureBiz

    eVentureBiz New Member

    Hey guys. Those of you who know me around here know I have a blog (uh, see signature below ;)).

    I am a part time real estate investor and am writing a series on my blog about buying residential properties like a real estate investor. I've got some pretty creative ideas that will be coming up including real no money down and down payment made for you options.

    If you're curious, you can click my blog link below or you can click the following link. It's the first post in the series.
    How To Buy A House Like A Real Estate Investor:
    Part 1 - Introduction and Getting Ready To Buy

    Tomorrow I'm posting the 2nd post about down payment strategies.

    I'd love for all of you to come and join in and comment. I'm curious what others have to say.

    Chat wicha later -
  2. ritesh23

    ritesh23 New Member

    Thanks for the information.
  3. ritesh23

    ritesh23 New Member

    Look at homes in up-and-coming neighbourhoods, or as real estate professionals like to call them – “transitioning neighbourhoods”;
  4. Karthik D

    Karthik D New Member

    Very usefull information . Every one who needs to buy a new House should goto this article , so that they may get some ideas
  5. ritesh23

    ritesh23 New Member

    The primary reason why property should not figure as an investment option is this disequilibrium in the property market. The only way it can return to normal is through a deep correction in prices. Investors who brush aside this view are simply assuming that property markets in India will remain skewed and in disequilibrium forever.
  6. dakshaa

    dakshaa New Member Verified Member

    Investing in real estate has become increasingly popular over the last fifty years and has become a common investment vehicle. Although the real estate market has plenty of opportunities for making big gains, buying and owning real estate is a lot more complicated than investing in stocks and bonds.