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mysteriox
post Aug 22 2013, 04:13 PM
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QUOTE (BrianaWalker @ Aug 14 2013, 08:54 AM) *
I am afraid but I do not own any real estate property, I am planning to have one and trying very hard for it.


No need to worry about that. You are in the US, just need an stable and good pay job.

Afraid need to be people from other countries, which nowdays its IMPOSSIBLE to buy a house, and they do not get loans to buy one.. annoyed.gif
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Financial-Inv
post Sep 9 2013, 12:47 PM
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i am own just one property in my country because the results of my hard work from forex trading


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post Sep 18 2013, 01:41 AM
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I am not sure how many people will be reading this part of the forum since this is mostly HYIPs. However, I am in the real estate business.

You don't need to necessarily have to have money to make money in real estate. Of course, some would be better than none.

There are many ways to make money in this business. I have a friend of 10+ years that is also in the business related to real estate. Interest is anywhere from 3-7% annualized.

If you are interested, just PM me.
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post Sep 27 2013, 08:27 AM
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i ve no property of my own
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post Apr 27 2014, 05:09 AM
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QUOTE (ChestertheInvestor @ Jan 11 2010, 02:53 AM) *
I own 13 rental properties, worth between $50-115,000, and there are days when I love being a real estate investor and landlord, and days that I hate it.
For all the challenges though, the bottom line is that in 25 years from now when my tenants have paid off my mortgages I will be the proud owner of a great deal of free and clear rental properties, all of which bring in regular income and never stop. I'll be 53 years old, retired, and unlike most retirees who slowly draw down their retirement funds over their golden years, my income and assets will continue to grow.
By the way, I started with savings of about $60,000 to buy all 13 of those properties, buying mostly shells and renovating them, then refinancing to get my cash back and continuing. Not a bad strategy.
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I own a duplex and two houses which i rent all out. Like chester said there are def up and down days but in the long run I will def benefit from tenants paying off mortgages and all expenses. The trick is to buy them at the right price and currently there seems to be a lot of right prices out there you just got to be patient and find them. Don't be afraid to make a low offer in this market you never know and all they can say is no!!!! I've been pleasantly surprised at feedback received when making offers lower than published pricing!!!!
SWEAT EQUITY WILL AND ALWAYS BE THE KEY!!!!!Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty. A hammer and nail will make you tons of profits!!!
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post Jul 9 2014, 12:44 AM
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My grandmother left me her one-bedroom apartment, and now I am trying to save some money and change it for a bigger one
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post Aug 11 2014, 09:19 AM
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I just made my first purchase and it was a very small Office. That was all I could afford and I think I made a good investment. Will be looking at more opportunities in the coming 2-3 years.


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post Aug 15 2014, 12:26 PM
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Well acquiring property depends from person to person & market condition too. If the market is dull & not mounting enough then it is better to crack the deal, otherwise waiting game is important to acquire the property with the value you can afford to spend.
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