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Real Estate Investor – How to Buy Real Estate With Zero Interest Rate Loans!

This is an example of what I call sub equity, meaning the house is worth $130,000 and the person owes $70,000. In theory there’s $60,000 of equity in that property. Again, the seller wants $100,000. We’re going to keep the scenarios fairly consistent.
That transaction is again a way to do a no cash out of your pocket transaction. You would go to a private lender – or even possibly a traditional lender if you had it pre-approved – and you would borrow $70,000, $75,000 or $80,000. You would offer that to the seller.
Let’s say $75,000 to make the math easy. You would offer them $75,000. They would obviously take $70,000 of that to pay off their first mortgage and they would have $5,000 left over in cash. The other $25,000 would come in the form of a “subordinated seller note”. Again, the seller is essentially foregoing $25,000 and …

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Real Estate Investor – Getting Rich Without Hassles

Property investors in Canada surely love their businesses, don’t you think? They seem to work 10 hours a week, have plenty of time for their friends and family, and also have money on hand at all times. So, is it really that easy to become a real estate investor? Well, not exactly. In order to become a investor, you need to have considerable knowledge of market conditions, have an instinct to sniff out properties worthy of your investment, and a foolproof business plan. Only a combination of these three elements guarantees a stable career in real estate investing.
Here are some pointers that should help you get started:
* Gain required knowledge: If you want to become an investor but have little or no knowledge of the property industry, then that is where you will have to start. Begin by enrolling in a real estate investment training course organized by …