How Much Money Should I Have Before I Start Investing in Real Estate? – Video

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Key Moments In This Episode
00:00 Intro – How Much Money Should I Have Before I Start Investing?
00:27 Investing small amounts of money in real estate
01:08 Investing IRA money in real estate
01:27 Is it worth investing with little money?
02:18 Learn more about bargain real estate investing
02:58 Buy discount US real estate from anywhere in the world

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How Much Can You Make Investing In Tax Liens and Deeds?

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Slow And Steady Wins The Real Estate Race

You don’t need much money if you are looking to learn and invest in tax liens or tax deeds. If all you have is $1,000, that could be enough to get you your first tax lien investment. But there are some important things to keep in mind if you start with little to no money on real estate investments.

Small Investment Does Not Always Mean Big Money

If you start with real estate investments for only $1,000 or less, you will be able to purchase a tax lien on a property somewhere in the country. The downfall is that you might not be able to invest in a large property. Investing in a much larger property will ensure a significant return investment when it’s time to sell it for profit.

Smaller properties will be harder to sell and turn a profit on. It might be worth your time saving up money to acquire the more significant property. Doing so will guarantee a bigger return on investment. Do your homework and get educated.

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