Chapter 4
Buying Homes for Investments
In This Chapter
• Learning about your customers
• Understanding minimum property requirements
• Reviewing how important knowledge is
• Discovering different needs and wants of tenants
Residential investment real estate comes in all kinds of styles, shapes, and sizes. What at first may not seem like a good investment may turn out to be an excellent one.
The more you know about real estate, including its uses, the more likely you are to be a successful investor. Getting started requires basic knowledge about what you are buying: a property that someone is going to call their home.
In this chapter, you’ll read about how to get started in real estate investing, including minimum requirements you should look ...

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