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Archive for the ‘Buy and Hold’ Category


Buying Investment Properties – What Does Discount Mean?

The word “discount” gets tossed about all the time in the distressed property marketplace. The term “discount” means something different to each person unless it is carefully defined in a given situation. The newbie investor may feel they are getting a good deal in tying up a property that is listed at 50% off the […]

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What Can You Do About The Rising Cost of Investing In Property?

It’s unavoidable – the cost of everything is on the way up. Thanks to cyclones, fires and some torrential rains and floods, the cost of fairly basic foodstuffs has risen quite dramatically. And let’s not mention the fuel prices – rising already and predicted to keep going up… with the increases in taxes, and the […]

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Lease to Own or Rent to Own Versus Long Term Buy and Hold

A number of years ago, I read a book that was co-authored by Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki. The book was titled “Why We Want You To Be Rich – Two Men – One Message”. If you have not read this book, I encourage you to do so. It provides many insights as to why […]

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Buy and Hold Or Fix and Flip Real Estate?

The strategy of a real estate investor may vary on the results they want to obtain and their overall objective. Some investors want to have real estate as a long term investment that will provide growth of both passive residual income and increase value of the asset. Other real estate investors are in it to […]

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A Fact That A Buy-And-Sell Strategy In Property Investment Works Better Than A Buy-And-Hold Strategy

How many times have you heard or read from experts that in order to win in the property investment game, you have to adopt the buy-and-hold strategy? And how many of you are turned off by it as you know that buying and holding just one or two properties in your lifetime just isn’t going […]

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Buying Bulk REO Properties

Real estate owned property, or REO, is a classification of property that has not drawn any bids while it is in the foreclosure auction process. The lenders are then stuck with these properties until they can find buyers. As foreclosure rates remain high, more and more properties are falling into the REO classification. As you […]

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Buy and Hold Or Flip With Private Money?

Is it better to raise private money to buy and hold or flip real estate? Great question. If you’re thinking about this, you’ve already got half the battle won – you’ve decided to raise private money. You have picked the right financing option for building a successful and extremely profitable business. Like the old knight […]

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Foreclosure Homes: Ways to Make Money Without A Loan

Do you want to invest in foreclosure homes, but do not want to get a loan? There are ways to buy foreclosure properties without dealing with lenders. Properties are classified as foreclosed if they have been repossessed by lenders because their owners failed to pay their mortgages and make their loan accounts current. If you […]

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