But should you invest in real estate with no money?

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The Book on Investing In Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down: Real Life Strategies for Investing in Real Estate Using Other People's Money

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  • One of my listeners recently wrote to me and asked a question I think a lot of aspiring investors want to know. How do you get started in real estate with no money? If you Google something along these lines, you’ll probably find a list of articles, websites and books about how to “invest” with no money down. Yes, there are many different techniques for acquiring properties with no money down, but I am of the opinion that there are better ways to get into real estate with no money than immediately jumping into owning property.

    Is is really possible to invest in Real Estate with no Money? Instead of just talking about it, Kris shows you his first real estate purchase, and explains exactly how he did it.

  • Buying real estate costs money. However – it doesn’t have to be your money. With the right mix of resourcefulness, creativity, and knowledge you can buy real estate with no money of your own. Don’t believe me? I speak from experience! Nearly every single property I have ever purchased has been without any money from myself. The following are seven strategies that can help you buy real estate without spending any of your own money.

    If you were to just go out and ask the average person the question. "Could you show me how to invest in real estate with no money?" They would more than likely say no or you can't do that here. They might even think you're crazy.

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Invest In Real Estate With No Money Down

Can you invest in real estate with no money down and keep your ethics intact? The answer to this question is a 100%, absolute, unequivocal “yes!” Many people find this difficult to believe because they feel that we are taking advantage of someone when we buy homes really cheap. In fact I struggled with this issue myself when I first started, especially when it came to offering less than what a seller was asking. If they were asking $80,000, then offering $60,000 made me feel uneasy. But after getting a few of these offers accepted I realized that I wasn’t such the bad guy after all. The sellers were just happy to have someone willing to buy the home, and I was solving their problem in a big way.