How to Invest In Real Estate with No Money


How to Invest in Real Estate With No Money
Thanks for watching me go on about how you can buy real estate with no money!

Can you actually invest in real estate with no money? Toady, I’m going to get to the bottom of it. But one thing’s for sure – YES, it can be done!

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  1. I just watch 2 other vids like this by other channels and almost word for word it was the same exact video… where are you guys buying these scripts from?

  2. This idea and the whole concept of the video was copied from exactly another same YouTube video who says "my first partner was my father-in-law, and i need more father-in-laws"

  3. This guys took the EXACT script from the guy that is on this channel too or that guy stole this guys speech. Lmao. It's scary how similar this video is…

  4. There is always a possibility that you default on the loan and then you're really fucked with 3 credit cards on a $105,000 loan that is charging you interest every year. I mean this is the same thing as gambling, objectively, not a smart strategy at all. Guys dont borrow money to invest, only use cash

  5. How would I go about finding a mentor? I have 1 rental currently and one house that we reside in, but I need to figure out how to grow.

  6. . My only problem or question is, wouldn't this lead to a large amount of debt. Say you follow this strategy and have 10 properties, you then have 10 home loans and about the same in equity loans. I get you try to have tennant's pay the loans and then a little more for your residual income, but this seems pretty risky

  7. Great video! Golden opportunity came but the mortgage broker took his sweet time. I lost out on the property, credit became bad and now its even worse.. Back to sq1

  8. Could you still legally do this if the home is a single family home with a basement apartment? Im looking to use this strategy in 6 months in a development with single family homes set up like this.


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