Finding Off-Market Deals: Real Estate Investing Made Simple 8 months ago

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Finding off-market deals:

1. Know your market
2. Know your rents
3. Know where your debt or money is going to come from

The debt is where everyone gets stuck. When you get to bigger deals you get blown away. You have to be qualified to be able to support those balance sheets.

Biggest mistakes are not buying real estate and buying too little. Don't go do baby deals! If you have $100k saved don’t be scared of having that money on the account. Save up until you can do a bigger deal.