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Roxaani

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Basically, I want to know how real estate business actually work. What you have to take into consideration when you decide to invest in properties :)
 

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Basically, I want to know how real estate business actually work. What you have to take into consideration when you decide to invest in properties :)

This is a disrespectful question because it shows you don't want to do very easy research and instead want other forum members to do the work for you. Buy a book or two on real estate investing and you'll get your answers. If you still have more specific questions, then ask them here then.
 
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Roxaani

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Thank you for your constructive answer. I am doing my research, but books are very different from personal experiences, or so I learned until now!
 

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Thank you for your constructive answer. I am doing my research, but books are very different from personal experiences, or so I learned until now!

If you are looking at buying multiple properties then why not buy just one and learn from the experience. ( still read and learn as you go )

Look at historical prices for your chosen area so you aren't potentially overpaying

If not paying cash make sure your repayment % isn't to high and don't tie the initial deal in too long. Then ou can always sell if it isn't for you

So much to look into.......do you own a house yourself or rent?
 

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