Is it really possible to invest in real estate with no money? In this video I interview Tom from FlipAnythingUSA and he has over 30 years experience with investing in both residential and commercial property.
And yes, he has experience with buying houses and commercial buildings with no money.
It’s a question that often gets asked, so lets discuss the best place to invest in property or real estate, for YOU!
Now people typically ask this question because they want to know which areas are producing the best yields and capital growth. That’s fine, BUT the answers or locations they receive may not suit them for a number of reasons. The world is a big place and there isn’t any one particular place that is good for everyone.
There are two factors that you should consider, which I discuss in this short video:
What areas are you looking to invest in? Let me know in the comment section below and I will join in the discussion.
Thank you for watching and please let me know if you have any questions about your best place to invest in property or real estate, and I will do my best to help.
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When I retired from the Army, my dream was to buy a property to renovate and sell … for a profit of course. I thoroughly enjoyed the research and property viewings before deciding which property to buy and renovate.
In this video I share my complete experience of my first renovation project, including the lessons I learned. I tell you how much I bought it for, how much the legal and estate agent fees cost, how much the renovation work cost, how long it took from start to finish and how much I sold it for.
Should you use a letting agent or do it yourself? Managing your own rental property can sound appealing to some people when they first start out as they know they will save money on letting agent fees. But you need to be honest with yourself and consider whats involved and whether managing a property would be right for you.
I have 3 questions that you can ask yourself to see if you have what it takes to be an effective rental property manager:
This video is based on Lana Hall’s guest post. It will provide you with 3 questions that you can ask yourself to help you overcome any fears you may have around property investing for the first time, and give you more confidence so you can make a start on property investing for retirement:
What fears do you have about starting out in property investing? Or, if you have already started, how do you cope with your fears? Your comment may help someone else take their first big step into investing.
In this video, I answer viewers questions about tax on rental income, whether I have more free time as a property investor and landlord compared to being an employee, and whether I have had any luck purchasing properties at auction:
If you have a question that you would like me to answer, please leave a comment on one of my videos, or send me a message through Facebook, Twitter or Snapchat, or use the contact form on my blog here.