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    Invest with No Money or Credit Using Creative Real Estate Investing Strategies | Epic Real Estate

    Many believe real estate investing is for people with plenty of cash in the bank and super credit scores. That belief couldn’t be further from the truth, not to mention that that belief could be devastating to your real estate investing potential. There is more to real estate investing than the conventional approach of bank financing and 20% cash down payments. The world of “creative” real estate investing is a world of which anyone can participate regardless of money and credit resources. In order for it to work for you, you’ll have to make a decision to work “it.” As an educator, it never ceases to amaze me by how…

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    Where to Find Cash to Invest in Real Estate with No Money or Credit | Epic Real Estate Investing

    Hot Tip! Your creativity can be a bigger financial resource than actual money; to the point where you don’t even NEED money or ACCESS to bank loans. Think about it, no need for money… or credit… just words and imagination — it’s like one red paperclip, you know the kid who traded from a paperclip to a house in a year? Except… this isn’t nearly as difficult. If he can do that, you can do this. Hang on to your eyeballs, because my primary method of finding money for my deals might shock you. Here it is. FIRST, I look to the seller to provide financing for my deal as…

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    How to Recognize a Good Real Estate Investment Deal | Epic Real Estate Investing

    The answer to just about any real estate investing question you can think of is… “It depends.” The question, “Is this a good deal?” No exception. I hear this specific question all the time, and I see the question asked in online forums all the time. I mean ALL THE TIME. The answer is completely dependent on the person asking the question’s investing goal. Is the goal to flip or hold? If the goal is to flip, what’s the minimum profit they’d be willing to take? If the goal is to hold, what’s the minimum ROI they’d accept? Is the goal quick money… or maximum money? These are important questions…