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It’s always tempting to purchase the properties that are on the cheaper side. What you might not know, you would be kidding yourself out of tons of opportunity and cash.
As investors, we shouldn’t be buying into the cheap assets that create more volatility for your portfolio. What you should be doing is buying into locations that offer more equity and consistent growth. This episode will teach you how the experts use certain strategies and key points that they base their portfolio off of.
One of those being what’s affordable to a home buyer is completely different to that of an investor. Tune into episode 150 to benefit your investing success now!
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– Why Cheap Real Estate is Volatile
– You Have To Hold Your Properties
– Consistent Growth In Markets With Equity
– How To Be Safe & Successful
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