One of the things that make real estate investing so exciting is the creativity one can implement to fund deals. In truth, your ability to fund is limited only by your imagination (and the law, of course), so the purpose of this article is to expand your mind and allow you to explore the more “creative” side of real estate. Read more
There are a lot of books out there talking about ways to purchase property with no money down. You might have even read Brandon Turner’s The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down. Owner financing and seller carry-back are some of the most common ways to obtain a down payment.
Over the years, I have heard of and used many different ways to buy real estate. Not all of these ways will work for everyone, but hopefully this will provide you with enough tools to get the deal done.
Private money lenders are all around. A recent study showed that 22 percent of American workers have at least $100,000 in their retirement fund. With 154 million workers in America, that means more than 30 million Americans have more than $100,000 in their retirement account, being shaken around by the stock market or accepting low fixed returns from CDs/annuities/savings accounts or other investments.
We have numerous ways of finding these individuals, perhaps more ways than we can list here, but allow me to go through the four most common methods for finding individuals willing to lend their money for your next deal.
Usually, if something seems too good to be true, it is.
But what about investing in real estate with low or no money down? Is it just a myth or can it really be done?
I’m here to tell you there are paths you can take to start investing with only $1,000—or less.
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