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January 20, 2012

Cashflow

Positive cashflow is one of the most important aspects of real estate investing. Whether buying, selling, trading, or renting properties it is crucial to keep expenses to a minimum to produce profits. Otherwise, properties will become money pits and investors will end up spending more than they earn.

Finding properties that produce positive cashflow can be tricky, especially in today's real estate market. Although there are plenty of great deals, there's much more to investing than locating cheap homes for sale.

Many investors are turning to bank owned homes because these properties are usually priced below market value. While this can be a good strategy, investors need to carefully weigh the pros and cons.

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October 11, 2010

Homes for Rent

Homes for rent can be a profitable niche for real estate investors. In addition to offering rental homes, investors can also use properties to engage in lease options, seller carry back mortgages, and other types of creative financing options.

Many investors offer homes for rent in popular tourist locations such as mountain retreats and beach bungalows. Others offer rental properties as Section 8 to obtain guaranteed rent payments from the government. Some investors specialize in affordable housing, while others focus on luxury rentals.

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October 02, 2010

Lease Purchase Option Agreement

A lease purchase option agreement can be beneficial for property owners and buyers. In today's real estate market it has become difficult to attract qualified buyers to purchase homes at market value. It has also become difficult for buyers to qualify for home mortgage financing. Lease options can be the solution both parties are seeking.

A lease purchase option agreement allows buyers to rent the property while building or restoring their credit rating. A portion of rent is contributed toward the purchase price which reduces the amount of funds required when buyers later obtain financing.

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September 11, 2010

Lease Purchase Option Agreement

Lease purchase option agreement refers to a type of real estate purchase where tenants lease a home with the intention of buying it at a future date. Lease options usually last between 1 and 3 years with a portion of rent money contributed toward the purchase price.

Entering into a lease purchase option agreement provides buyers with bad credit the opportunity to rebuild their credit so they can qualify for a mortgage loan when the contract expires. Lease options can also be a good choice for buyers unable to provide sufficient down payments to obtain a conventional home loan.

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