How to invest in real estate?

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  1. JYOTI KOTHARI profile image60
    JYOTI KOTHARIposted 9 years ago

    How to invest in real estate?

  2. keyaunty profile image59
    keyauntyposted 9 years ago

    For investment in real estate property you have to be a very smart such that you can conclude the good market analysis. Before investing review some good property portals that show the regional details.

  3. gillc profile image60
    gillcposted 9 years ago

    It depends on how you want to invest.  Are you going to invest with your own money or look for ways to invest in real estate with no money.  There are several ways to invest like REO's, fix and flip, lease options, assignments, and many others.  If you are really serious about getting into real estate investing go to http://realestatebook.hippojump.com  for a complete real estate investing book.  It contains many strategies for investing in today's market as well as an awesome forum where you can bounce questions off of other real estate investors!  Good Luck!

  4. Judy_Shilmar profile image60
    Judy_Shilmarposted 8 years ago

    The first thing you need to know about how to invest in real estate is to know what you want to do. There are two main purposes with real estate. The first is to buy a property and rent it out so you will make your money monthly. The other option is to buy a house at a cheap price and flip it for a profit. It is important to know what type of investing you want to do before you start buying, that way you will know which types of properties to look at and buy. Having a clear goal and plan in mind is your first step to success.

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    sarinaparisposted 6 years ago

    Hope these tips can help you out:

    1. The first step is to consider what you intend to derive from your investment. If you are planning to make periodic earnings from your property, you should go in for long term real estate investment. But if you wish to make a quick profit out of your real estate investment,  go for the short term real estate investment.
    2. Figure out the sources of funding your real estate investment before going ahead with real estate investment. You can either choose to use your savings or apply for a home loan.
    3.Conduct a research to know if the prices have been increasing or decreasing in the real estate market that you wish to invest in.

    For more information, you can visit Lone Star Realty.

 
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