|Author:||John T. Reed|
|Title:||How to Buy Real Estate for Little or No Money Down: How to Use Leverage to Maximize Your Real Estate Investment Return: Ethical, Legal, Practical, Profitable Techniques|
|Format:||azw rtf doc txt|
|ePUB size:||1905 kb|
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|Publisher:||John T. Reed (2001)|
The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down: Real Life Strategies for Investing in Real Estate Using Other People's Money. Taking over high-loan-to-value existing mortgages. How to save for a down payment. Myths about nothing-down purchases. Wrong ways to try to purchase real estate with little or no money down. Most nothing-down techniques are unethical, illegal, immoral, impractical, and/or unprofitable.
by Reed, John T. Publication date 2001.
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But it will take lots of hard work on your part. It’s a difficult strategy and involves legal verbage in your contracts to allow it, but can be a profitable way of earning money without owning the real estate yet. Seller Loan Takeovers, Assumption. If you find a seller who is getting behind on their payments, you may be able to help each other out. On the seller’s side of things, they could lose the house to the bank in foreclosure if they don’t catch up on payments. Why real estate investing is better than the stock market. How to find deals with large profits in your city. How to fund your deals if you have little or no money.
In return, the investor rents the property out on a long-term basis with an agreement in place to purchase the property at a later date for a previously set amount. Seller Financing: Unlike traditional loans, seller financing works like this: the investor purchases the property from the homeowner/seller, rather than a bank, and the two sides sign an agreement that states an interest rate, repayment reschedule and consequences of default that both parties have agreed upon.
Investors should use leverage where, in their calculations, the rewards outweigh the risks by the degree of leverage employed. Strictly speaking, over the long term, sticking just to those numbers will result in break-even results long-term. The goal is to find transactions that are likely to return far more than their risk
Published 2001 by John T. Published 2001 by John T.