In my classes I have taught thousands how to buy houses for investment. Many students have made it in a very big way. Some own hundreds of houses. Others have bought a few houses to supplement or replace the income from their jobs.

To make money as an investor, you have to take risks. If the risk is small—if it is a little deal—you are more likely to take it. A modestly priced house in a good neighborhood can be an almost risk-free investment if you learn how to buy, finance, and manage it well. You can buy it with a relatively small down payment and rent it to a tenant who will pay you enough to repay your loan.

It takes a modest amount of work to find, buy, and rent a house, but the reward is more than worth ...

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