Cash flow markets are a hotspot for new real estate investors. Why? They’re inexpensive to get into, show great cash flow (on paper), and allow many investors to map their date of financial freedom. The downside? Cash flow markets are different in real life than they are on paper. What may look like a phenomenal rental property at first glance could turn into a tenant nightmare and cash flow hemorrhaging situation. So who should invest in these types of real estate markets?
Questions just like this (and more) are coming up in this episode of Seeing Greene. As usual, David Greene, your expert on all things real estate, is here to answer quick questions from both rookie and veteran investors. In today’s show, David touches on topics like BRRRRing vs. buying multiple properties, 2022 housing market predictions, how to raise capital for your deals, qualifying for financing without strong income, and why 2022 may be the perfect year to go into debt!
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The Cash Flow Market “Mirage” That Traps New Investors is written by The BiggerPockets Podcast for www.biggerpockets.com