What kind of property would you buy as a first-time real estate investor?
A small two-bedroom house that needs some minor fixing up to quickly increase its value.
The very cheapest properties always appeal to investors. They are what investors call 'bread and butter' properties. They are always popular with young renters just stating out as they are cheap for them to run.The properties should be near schools, shops,entertainment and medical facilities and also be in areas where there are thriving businesses and good employment prospects,
by fecreia 9 years ago
Pros and cons of getting your real estate license in today's market?As a Real Estate Investor- what are your thoughts about the pros and cons of getting your real estate license in today's market? How might it affect your real estate investing business?
by ngureco 9 years ago
Are There Workable Investment Plans In Real Estate For People With Small Money?
by Melody Collins 8 years ago
How can a real estate investor find good health insurance?My boss will no longer be covered by his parents health insurance plan come December. Are there any good health insurance plans that offer discounts for real estate investors?
by REIMillions 9 years ago
There has been many assumptions of when the real estate market will take a turn for the better. If you had pin point an exact year of when that would be what year would you determine and why?
by Sekharg 9 years ago
I see lot of houses for sale.I heard interest rates are lowest.Is it a good idea to buy a house now?What do you think?
by websclubs 10 years ago
What’ the best way to invest in real estate?
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